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We Can Do This, Nebraska!

Part 1: At Bayard Public Schools we are pleased to be making progress in developing new capacities to serve the early childhood population of our community. However, we realize that we have much to learn and do to maximize opportunities for children and families in rural Nebraska. Read More

September 24, 2015  |  Posted in General

Senate Says ‘Yes’ to Every Child Achieves Act

The U.S. Senate has passed the Every Child Achieves Act (ECAA), which will help strengthen Nebraska’s efforts by allowing states the discretion to determine how to improve and strengthen high-quality early childhood care and education.  Read More

September 17, 2015  |  Posted in Legislation

Grandparents Day is Sunday

Everyone benefits when children have a close relationship with their grandparents.  Read More

September 10, 2015  |  Posted in General

Ready for Success: Helping Children Adjust to Kindergarten

Kindergarten is a time of change for families. The Nebraska Department of Education recommends these books to help children make a smooth transition.    Read More

September 03, 2015  |  Posted in General

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