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Thirty-five juniors from Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School in Bellevue shared their faith with students at nearby St. Bernadette School as part of a service project marking October as the month of the rosary.
Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit group, is joining with Marian High School in Omaha to promote computer science as a field of study for female students.
According to the group, computer science and technology are the top industries for jobs, but only one in five computer science graduates are women.
Twelve female students from Mary Our Queen School in Omaha were among 52 girls from 15 schools or organizations in the Omaha/Council Bluffs area who participated in the Omaha Girl Powered VEX Robotics Workshop Oct. 6 at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo.
Almost 50 students from All Saints and about 30 from Sacred Heart schools in Omaha took to the streets Oct. 10 to celebrate Walk to School Day.
More than 70 students from across the archdiocese submitted videos to the Catholic Schools Office suggesting ways to help others.
A group of eighth-graders at All Saints School in Omaha came to Principal Terri Bush at the beginning of the school year with a simple idea: We’d like to create a student council.
They wanted to be more involved in the school and its offerings.
A concert earlier this month celebrating the 15th anniversary of the dual-temperament organ in St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha marked the beginning of a months-long series of concerts centered on the instrument.
At least two students and an adult in the archdiocese were national winners in the Catholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA) education contest this year.
Notre Dame Housing, founded in 1996 by the Notre Dame Sisters in Omaha, will honor an organization and an individual at its 2018 Community Difference Maker Awards Luncheon Oct. 25.
Seventy-Five North Revitalization Corp. and Jesuit Brother Mike Wilmot, founder of Gesu Housing, Inc., both in Omaha, will be recognized for their accomplishments in affordable housing.