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- Posted by Tami Saunders on 03/01/2014
It's that time of year again! Basketball Frenzy AND an opportunity to use YOUR ticket to the "Join the Madness" to benefit teens in our community who are working to improve their lives.
We have a MATCH challenge! Every donation in the month of March will be MATCHED dollar for dollar up to $50,000! Help us SCORE that match and educate 10 students for a WHOLE YEAR!
For more information, click above and CLAIM YOUR TICKET, TODAY!
- Posted by Tami Saunders on 02/28/2014
Click on the link to read about 5 Current Students and 1 Graduate who represent the OSS Lions! This team is working to increase their odds of SUCCESS! Your donation to the March Madness campaign will help them achieve their dream of VICTORY!
- "Coach" Charles Wilson, Dean of Student Services on 02/27/2014
If you like to PLAY basketball, here's your opportunity to SHOW WHAT YOU GOT! We like to end the March Madness fundraising challenge with a little fun-lovin' competition ON THE COURT! Grab some friends and join us! (Click the link for more info)
- Lorri Parsons, Co-Founder & Support Specialist on 02/14/2014
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The Omaha Street School, a faith-based alternative high school, located in Omaha, Nebraska, puts at-risk youth on the road to success. Omaha Street School focuses on dropout prevention by offering a personalized education, a moral code, and tools for self-sufficiency through non-traditional approaches.
The 9th-12th grade high school students at OSS have typically not succeeded in traditional public or private schools, and many arrive with significant learning deficiencies. Students come from the recommendations of current/former students, community partners, and the juvenile justice system. OSS offers low student to teacher ratios, individualized student learning plans and a focus on career pathways.
The OSS Future Focus program is designed to move clients, ages 17 and older, towards job readiness or continuing education. Programs include individualized GED tutoring and job skills certification opportunities in collaboration with community partners.
The Omaha Street School is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.