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Last Day of School for students is May 19, 2022

South Central USD 5

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State HOSA Winners!

On March 14th, students from the South Central USD#5 HOSA chapter went to Omaha for the HOSA state leadership conference. There, the students competed in skilled events and attended presentations about various medical-related topics. They . . .

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2022-2023 District Calendar

2022-2023 District Calendar  Click here to view. 

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21-22 Calendar Changes

The Nebraska State Activities Association modified the dates of the Girls’ and Boys’ State Basketball Tournament to run simultaneously the same week this year due to the Pinnacle Bank Arena scheduled to host the Big 10 . . .

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Veterans Honored Across the District

   Lawrence/Nelson Elementary:  The Veterans Day Program at the Elementary went very well.  We had a decent turn out of parents and there were about 10 veterans who also attended the . . .

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Board Reports

Each month, our administration team gives the school board an update of things happening. You can click on the month to view all of the board reports given to the school board.  April 2022 March 2022 . . .

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"Heart Work"

Demoine Adams presented "Heart Work" to the SCUSD #5. This series goes along with the district's work with Strength Finders. Our end goal is to understand coworker's strengths to maximize opportunities for our . . .

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Substitute Teachers Needed for SCNUSD #5

Two Ways to Apply: Local Sub Certificate or UNK Substitute Teacher Program

South Central Nebraska Unified School District #5 is in need of Substitute Teachers for the 2020-21 school year to serve at Lawrence-Nelson and/or Sandy Creek.  There are two ways to qualify to substitute.  The school . . .

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Public Statements & Non-Discrimination & Title I Statement

PUBLIC NOTICES & NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENTS PUBLIC NOTICE OF PARTICIPATION - TITLE I OF THE EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT (ESSA):   Pursuant to the Requirements of Title I of the “Every Student Succeeds . . .

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