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Ralston High School Performing Arts will present “Night, Night, Knights!” a musical dinner theatre presented in Renaissance Madrigal style.
Mamma Mia makes its way to RHS stage Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School Performing Arts is set to perform “Mamma Mia!” this weekend at the Ralston Performing Arts Centre at Ralston High School, 8969 Park ...
RHS to perform "The Diary of Anne Frank" Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School performing arts will present “The Diary of Anne Frank” this week.
Fulkerson, 66, showed passion in both her occupation and for the people she worked with Omaha World-Herald
Ann Fulkerson showed passion in both her occupation and the people she worked with. Fulkerson, 66, died Nov. 23. She taught physical education at Ralston ...
RHS students earn HOSA honors | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School HOSA students recently earned several top finishes at the State Leadership Conference in March.
RHS to perform "The Man Who Came to Dinner" Omaha World-Herald
The Ralston High School drama department will perform “The Man Who Came to Dinner” Thursday through Sunday at the Ralston Performing Arts Centre at ...
Archives Museum open Oct. 21 | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
The Frank and Velma Johnson Ralston Archives Museum is looking for several items for display entering the holiday season.
College Possible, RHS working to get students to next step Omaha World-Herald
Any Ralston High School student that has visions of going to college has avenues to get there.
Omaha Roncalli football scores early, often to pick up victory over Ralston Omaha World-Herald
Omaha Roncalli ran the Ralston Rams off their home turf Thursday with a 48-point first half that led to a 62-23 River Cities Conference football victory for the ...
Arrest made following threat at Ralston High School Omaha World-Herald
An arrest has been made in connection with a threat made to Ralston High School last week.
Teachers limit cell phone use | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
From social media and games to connecting with friends via text messaging, cellphones have become a distraction in the classroom, one that Ralston High ...
Ralston HS addresses offensive image connected to school project WOWT
The principal of Ralston High School has sent a strongly worded letter to students and staff about an offensive image that has been seen on social media.
RHS presents "Cake & Comedy" | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School performing arts will present its 11th annual “Cake & Comedy” nights Thursday through Sunday.
Ralston High student arrested in connection with hoax that triggered school lockdown Omaha World-Herald
A student from Ralston High School was arrested Thursday in connection with a hoax that triggered a lockdown at the school Wednesday.
Ralston High School fires two-sport coach Tim Winters Omaha World-Herald
Tim Winters coached the varsity baseball team for four years and was in his first season as head coach of the Rams' softball team.
False report of suspicious person triggers Ralston High lockdown WOWT
RALSTON, Neb. (WOWT) - A false report of someone with a gun at Ralston High School felt all too real for the students and staff Wednesday. Ralston police tell ...
Richards sees vision come to life | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
A year long vision has come to fruition for Tyler Richards. Three statues honoring first responders now stand at Koch Park in Ralston, completing an Eagle Scout ...
Ralston High School students snap into action following car crash KETV Omaha
When the assistant principal at Ralston High School saw four of his students walking in late for school Tuesday, he immediately thought they were up to no good.
More schools fall into Nebraska's lowest performance classification Fremont Tribune
More of Nebraska's student and districts are in need of improvement this year — falling into the lowest of four performance levels in a state-mandated ...
RHS Performing Arts to present “Legally Blonde, the Musical” Omaha World-Herald
The Ralston High School Performing Arts will perform “Legally Blonde, the Musical.”This week we asked second-graders at Meadows Elementary, “If you wrote a ...
Ralston students advance to state in National History Day Omaha World-Herald
Ralston students filed into the Durham Museum March 6 to showcase their rich knowledge of history for the National History Day competition.
Unified bowling brings athletes, special needs students together Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School's Unified bowling team wrapped up its second season last month, ending a short but productive time in building bonds among teammates.
New teachers at RPS | Ralston Recorder | omaha.com Omaha World-Herald
Here is a list of the new teachers in Ralston for the 2017-18 school year.
Roarty files for school board spot | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
As a 17-year resident of Ralston, Mary Roarty said she believes the time is right to get involved in the school district's future. Roarty has filed to run for the ...
Ralston schools community mourns two educators who died in same week Omaha World-Herald
The Ralston community this week lost two educators dedicated to teaching students about the wonders of books and music.
'A learning lab like no other': High school students gain real-world experience at Bergan Mercy Medical Center Omaha World-Herald
From holding a newborn baby to observing a complex heart surgery, many seniors at Ralston High School have gotten a closer look at what it means to work in ...
Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy donates beds to Ralston medical program Omaha World-Herald
The Medical Academy at Ralston High School recently got an upgrade.
Looking Ahead | Ralston Recorder | omaha.com Omaha World-Herald
Today, Wednesday. Dave Marsh: Music From Around the World will be at the Baright Public Library, 5555 S. 77th St. at 1:30 p.m. as part of the Summer Reading ...
CPR-certified for 20 years, Ralston High School nurse puts skill to the test for first time this year, saves woman Omaha World-Herald
On her drive home from a day's work at the school, Bader happened upon a woman who was down in her driveway, her hands and lips turning blue.
Father, daughter duo team up for "Annie" | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
The story of little orphan Annie is a tale about an 11-year old girl in search of her parents.
Newcomers help others learn English: Ralston students, recent learners themselves, serve as tutors in language program Omaha World-Herald
District has second highest percentage of English learners in Douglas, Sarpy.
About 4000 Omaha, Lincoln students walk out to protest gun violence Omaha World-Herald
Roughly 4000 students from Nebraska's two biggest school districts, Omaha and Lincoln, walked out of class Friday to join in a national protest against gun ...
RISE students raise spirits | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston Public School's alternative program has undergone some changes this year.With a new name — Ralston Individualized Student Education — and a ...
RHS students to attend UNO program | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Nine Ralston students will take college classes, live in dorms during month-long summer program at UNO.
DECA teaches RHS students skills for life | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
For Ralston High School DECA adviser Tracy Hinchcliff-Smith, the skills she teaches in DECA aren't just applicable to competitions, but preparation for life after ...
Ralston Schools going above and beyond for student nutrition WOWT
In the Ralston School District, nearly 54 percent of the students are eligible for free or reduced price lunch. It's why the district is finding ways to make sure kids ...
Ken Piontkowski, 54 | Obituaries Grand Island Independent
OMAHA — Kenneth M. “Ken” Piontkowski, 54, of Omaha entered into eternal life, after a long struggle with alcohol addiction, on Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, at Reseda ...
Omaha teen who shot at state trooper during high-speed chase is sentenced to prison Omaha World-Herald
An Omaha teenager was sentenced Wednesday to six to eight years in prison for a high-speed car chase in which he shot at a state trooper four times and ...
Rudy the Ram | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School unveiled its new mascot Rudy the Ram at the football game against Platteview on Thursday at Speck Nelson Field.
United Way leads community effort to address chronic absenteeism in metro-area schools Omaha World-Herald
Schools in our community strive to be places where students feel safe, respected and connected to their peers and the staff. However, entering high school can ...
RHS mock crash warns of deadly consequences of drinking, driving Omaha World-Herald
On Friday morning — the eve of prom night — Ralston High School juniors and seniors received a powerful message about the dangers of drunken driving.
Area students stage walkouts in reaction to Florida shooting; Papillion principal's approach: 'Let's go together' Omaha World-Herald
Students in several metro Omaha school districts walked out of school Wednesday to protest gun violence in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, shooting.
City Council hears plan for new Ponca Tribe HQ on former Infogroup site near Ralston Omaha World-Herald
The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska plans to move its health care clinic and administrative offices from South Omaha to the vacant former Infogroup headquarters ...
Chamber hosts awards banquet | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston Arena Banquet Hall served as host for the Ralston Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Awards Banquet and Auction.
RPS deaf program helps students thrive | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Karen Western is the elementary home base for Ralston Public Schools' deaf and hard of hearing program, one of only two programs in the metro area.
Ralston teen's suicide brings renewed focus on dangers of social media KETV Omaha
The Adler family sat around a table inside the Ralston School District office, paging through a pile of their son's art work, their hearts overwhelmingly heavy.
Students hear about need to stop bullying and be kind Norfolk Daily News
Suicide is not the end of the pain, it is just the transferring of pain to those that love you.”
RPS students demonstrate cooking skills | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston Public Schools on Thursday held its annual “Kids Can Cook” event at Ralston High School, which started six years ago with only elementary school ...
Fulkerson, Ann Louise | Obits Omaha World-Herald
Fulkerson, Ann Louise Jul 28, 1952 - Nov 23, 2018 Preceded in death by parents, Harold and Dorothy (Woods) Fulkerson; brother-in-law, Dallas Dame; ...
Tvrdy ready to lead as RHS principal | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
When many return to school in the fall, they have goals they want to accomplish for the new school year.This year, Ralston High School's new principal, Jesse ...
Longtime RPS coach Dubbs has died | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Longtime Ralston Public Schools coach and teacher Gary Dubbs died Monday. He was 73.
'Wilde' times at Ralston High: School's fall production is 'The Importance of Being Earnest' Omaha World-Herald
The curtain is up at Ralston High School and this year, it is a production filled with twists, turns and a lot of humor. “The Importance of Being Earnest,” is,
Theater companies | Metro Guide Omaha World-Herald
A list of theater companies in the Omaha metro area.
Omaha-area public schools: When they start and what's new this year Omaha World-Herald
As the first day of school approaches, districts across the Omaha area are gearing up for their own changes.
Omaha's Secret Kindness Agents strike again with free winter clothing in Gene Leahy Mall Omaha World-Herald
The group originated with Ferial Pearson, now an instructor in the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Education. Pearson created the concept of Secret ...
Give it a rake: RHS students help clean yards Omaha World-Herald
RHS held its annual “Rake Ralston” event where National Honor Society students visited houses throughout Ralston and came prepared with rakes, leaf ...
Cullen, 47, part of Ralston business community for nearly 30 years Omaha World-Herald
Craig Cullen, a mainstay at both Omaha Brickworks and A 72nd Street Self Storage, died suddenly on Jan. 23. He was 47.
Annual tradition brings RPS elementary students together | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston Public Schools fifth- and sixth-graders competed in the 40th annual Elementary Track and Field Day on Friday at Ralston High School.
Halloween parties set for Ralston | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
The week of Halloween, there will be different parties and celebrations for children at various places throughout Ralston. They are listed below.
Ralston nabs Cooper as new baseball coach | In The Game Omaha World-Herald
Tom Cooper named new head of Ram baseball program.
After 15-year-old son's suicide, family pushes for forgiveness and awareness Omaha World-Herald
Six months after the suicide of their 15-year-old son, Reid, Mark and Joni Adler are still trying to make sense of it. Because Mark Adler is superintendent of ...
Ralston Public Schools working to move forward after loss of 2 beloved former teachers KETV Omaha
Within the last 48 hours, retired Ralston librarian Dee Huff died of cancer and music teacher Marty Frye died of a sudden illness.
Back to school: Scanlon takes over as SRO at RHS Omaha World-Herald
A school resource officer has to wear many hats. On one hand, they are in the school, making sure students are staying on the up and up. They are also a ...
RHS students headed to HOSA conference | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
A group of Ralston High School students will get to compete at the international level come this summer.Eight members of RHS' HOSA: Future Health ...
Expect another soggy commute home in the afternoon; more snow Saturday Omaha World-Herald
Total snow amounts of 1 to 3 inches were possible in some locations and ice accumulations could approach .05 to .20 of an inch, forecasters said.
Lexington graduates allege racist taunts and incidents at high school and middle school volleyball matches Omaha World-Herald
LINCOLN — Racial taunts are continuing at Nebraska high schools and are trickling down to middle school events, according to a number of speakers who ...
4 cases of whooping cough confirmed in Ralston Public Schools Omaha World-Herald
Four cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, have been confirmed in the Ralston Public Schools. Two cases were diagnosed at Wildewood Elementary School ...
Deaf and hard of hearing program helps students thrive Omaha World-Herald
Karen Western is the elementary home base for Ralston Public Schools' deaf and hard of hearing program, one of only two programs in the metro area.
RHS students bringing 'Shrek' to the stage | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Shrek The Musical,” following the lovable titular character as he comes across all kinds of fairy tale creatures, will open Thursday evening at Ralston Performing ...
23-year-old motorcyclist killed in crash was 'a very special young man' Omaha World-Herald
Austin Mort delighted in his 2-year-old son, Gabriel, “the highlight of his life,” according to Mort's aunt.
Prom 2016: Send us your photos | Good News Omaha World-Herald
Prom: the annual spring tradition that heralds the ending of the school year. The dresses! The music! The parents who embarrassed their kids by chaperoning at ...
Smieja is Cover Girl for second time | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
For the second time, Ralston High School senior Geri Smieja will get the chance to represent Nebraska at the National American Miss pageant.
Pass the baton: twirling club returns to RHS Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School is giving an old club a twirl again.
Tickets on sale for Ralston Community Theatre production Omaha World-Herald
Tickets are available for the Ralston Community Theatre's performance of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.”
Meadows students run to support Adler scholarship | Ralston Recorder | omaha.com Omaha World-Herald
Some Ralston sixth-graders got a little extra support for their good work last week.Students from all grades lined the sidewalk in front of Meadows Elementary ...
Striking success: Montalvo, Vazquez with impressive runs at national boxing tourney Omaha World-Herald
Monatalvo, a Bryan student, and Vazquez, a Ralston student, each had strong showings at the USA Boxing Elite and Youth National Championships earlier this ...
RHS student signs off his sports talk show Omaha World-Herald
Ryan Richardson is a sports fan. That is putting it mildly. Richardson is a sports fanatic. “We honestly didn't know there was anything special about his ...
Just around the corner... | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Christian McCuen, 12, uncorks a pass during scrimmage time Thursday at Ralston High School's football camp. The four-day camp was held in two different ...
Lil' Rams, Tiny Rams to offer field trips throughout the year Omaha World-Herald
Although school was out in Ralston Public Schools, students involved with Lil' Rams and Tiny Rams stayed busy Thursday with a trip to the Henry Doorly Zoo, ...
Pivonka cast in “Beauty and the Beast” | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Ralston High School assistant principal Ryan Pivonka this summer will prove no one hits like Gaston or matches wits like Gaston in the Omaha Community ...
Fancy footwork: Karen Western Elementary students kick up their heels with dance troupe Omaha World-Herald
Music is bumping out of the gym at Karen Western Elementary School.Inside, students who have joined the school's dance troupe are watching music teacher ...
Restore Chiropractic Chili Cook-Off | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Restore Chiropractic Center will host its third annual Chili Cook-Off from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at its 8318 Lakeview St. location.
What summer vacation? Some students use summer school as an opportunity, not as makeup Omaha World-Herald
While most summer school courses are still being offered for kids who need to polish skills, catch up on credits or retake a course, area high schools in recent ...
Neighborhood parades for Fourth show communities' bonds | Omaha Metro Omaha World-Herald
In Stone Creek, dads sporting American flag bandanas and little kids with American flag shirts rode decorated bikes and threw candy to neighbors watching from ...
RPS students hit the books for 'Battle' | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
The halls of Ralston Middle School were filled on Saturday with students in costumes.It wasn't an early Halloween celebration. These students were getting ...
St. Albert High School dismisses boys basketball coach mid-season The Daily Nonpareil
Ben Holling, the boys' basketball coach for St. Albert High School, was dismissed from his job, Wednesday afternoon.
Teen admits to shooting at Nebraska State Patrol trooper, prosecutors say KETV Omaha
Shane Kildow, 17, made his first appearance in Douglas County's Juvenile Court Thursday.
St. Gerald family turns to faith in wake of two men's deaths Omaha World-Herald
A blanket of sadness fell over St. Gerald Schools this past week just as Catholic Schools Week was kicking off its annual celebration. Catholic Schools Week is ...
For the love of a game: Madej gets his shot on the court Omaha World-Herald
Ralston Middle School eighth-grader Michael Madej's love for sports is evident.
RHS student helps raise money, spirits | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
During Ralston High School's homeroom advisory period Thursday afternoon, some students were able to visit the gym for a special surprise, all thanks to a ...
Gretna High School student challenges school's decision not to sponsor pro-life club Omaha World-Herald
A Gretna High School student is challenging the school's refusal to sponsor her club dedicated to fighting abortion and educating mothers on other options.
UPDATE: Students involved in Burke High incident have been disciplined, district says KETV Omaha
UPDATE 9/6 - The Omaha Public School District released a statement Tuesday, saying the students involved in the incident have been disciplined. The district ...
Mock drunk-driving crash aims to teach high school drivers a lesson KETV Omaha
High schoolers around the metro gearing up for prom, authorities want to make sure students know the devastating impact impaired driving can have.
United Way program puts new books to the hands of elementary school students Omaha World-Herald
With his mysterious accent, black scarf and bald head, Ryan Pivonka, assistant principal at Ralston High School, was received with laughs and enthusiasm ...
Despite pitfalls, high schoolers flock to dual-credit classes that count for college Omaha World-Herald
A growing number of Nebraska high school students are using dual-credit classes to tackle the high cost of college and get a step ahead in their college careers.
Ram life | Ralston Recorder Omaha World-Herald
Like the football underdog for which the mascot is named, Schirmbeck's journey into the Ram costume is a long and inspiring one.
Top 10 Good News stories of 2016: Promposals, puppies, Faux Pelini and more Omaha World-Herald
For many people, 2016 was a year of surprises, happy beginnings and endings, laughter and tears. Here are some of the best local feel-good stories of the year:.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands picks the mentors of the year Omaha World-Herald
Whougie Lo, now 31, received the award for “Big Brother of the Year.” Karla Ames won this year's Big Sister of the Year award.
Baxter Arena proves a 'perfect fit' for metro area's high school graduations Omaha World-Herald
Thirteen Omaha-area high schools have booked Baxter Arena for graduation ceremonies this spring. In terms of seating, pricing and free parking, it appears that ...
If Millard schools opt to forgo class rank, other districts may follow suit Omaha World-Herald
Across the country — and now possibly in the state's third-largest school district — high schools are ditching class rank over concerns that the academic slugfest ...
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