Category: Salute to Excellence 2017

Working Together for Black Male Excellence

Update on the Omaha African-American Male Achievement Collaborative In 2013, Omaha was one of eleven cities selected to develop a comprehensive African-American Male...

Progress through Partnerships

If you look at the collection of innovative education initiatives that are at various levels of implementation in Omaha, we have the potential to be on the cutting edge...

Cradle to Career Summit and Collaborative

Over the past ten years, the Empowerment Network has worked with Omaha Public Schools (OPS) and dozens of community partners to develop a comprehensive education plan...

Did you know?

OPS partnered with Seventy Five North Revitalization Corp. in 2016 to improve student achievement at Howard Kennedy Elementary. Students now spend an extra forty-five...

Opportunities for High School Students (OPS)

Throughout the years, Omaha Public Schools (OPS) has created a wide array of opportunities for students and parents to maximize their high school years. The following...

ACT for Juniors in Omaha Public Schools (OPS)

In 2016, the Nebraska Legislature passed a law requiring that all juniors take the ACT exam. The ACT replaces the previous NeSA reading, mathematics, science, and...

Salute to Excellence (2016–2017 School Year)

Revive! Omaha Magazine is once again excited to celebrate African-American high school students in Omaha Public Schools who have achieved a 3.5 or higher cumulative...