Students from across the Panhandle convened in Scottsbluff, Wednesday, March 1 at the 2 nd annual Nebraska Panhandle Area Health Education Center (NP- AHEC) and Nebraska Junior Academy of Science (NJAS) Combined Science Fair. Participants competed to earn a trip to Lincoln in April for the State NJAS competition and for 8 th graders only, a trip to UNMC in Omaha in June. This event was sponsored by ESU13, Nebraska Coalition for . . .
Katie Juarez, VALTS science teacher, had an out-of-the-box idea in her second year of teaching in the Valley Alternative Learning Transitioning School…she used guitar kits to teach science and life lessons. See full article here: http://www.starherald.com/features/lifestyle/valts-teacher-gives-students-an-added-experience-in-learning/article_07acdb5b-0050-54b9-96fb-723b1de58442.html
The Educational Service Unit 13 Head Start and Early Head Start Programs would like to invite the Community to participate in our annual Self-Assessment Survey. The community self-assessment focuses on external factors for new and existing programs, ensuring they are providing the right services to the right population. The Head Start program promotes school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of . . .
Registration is now open for Head Start Pre-School programs. Head Start focuses on the whole child — intellectually, emotionally, physically, & socially. The program shows respect for families as partners in education. And the program covers language & literacy, school readiness, age appropriate activities, & meets the needs of children with disabilities and/or special needs. Click here for more . . .