The Trails West YMCA Camp in Scottsbluff was the site again for the ESU13 Water Education for Tomorrow Field Day. Area 5th graders were able to participate in numerous water related activities. Students were able to use a water table as they worked on ideas to decrease erosion. They were able to construct and test out water turbines. Other activities included Aquatic Wildlife adaptations, . . .
LifeLink kicked off the 10 year anniversary celebration with a parent and student meal and game night. The evening event was planned by the LifeLink students with support from teachers. Students prepared the “spaghetti feed” meal with the help of Peggy Coulter, RPAD instructor, and helped serve their parents and family members. Led by Bill Moore, LifeLink Teacher, the event consisted of a student . . .
Educational Service Unit 13 announced the creation of a multi-state doctoral-level psychology internship consortium to attract new psychology professionals and training to meet the increased needs for people across western Nebraska and eastern Colorado. The High Plains Psychology Internship Consortium (HP-PIC) is the collaborative effort of three agencies: Educational Service Unit 13 (Scottsbluff), Converge Day Treatment Center . . .
“Seeds of Hope”, the latest documentary from Nebraska Loves Public Schools was just released. Nebraska Loves Public Schools is dedicated to supporting public education one documentary film at a time. A message of hope reverberates throughout the entirety of the moving, 35-minute exploration into the education of immigrant and refugee students and the adaptation to life in America that those students, and their . . .