How to Quit Procrastinating and Get Assignments Done on Time
It can be tempting to put off your assignments until the last minute, but that usually results in work that is subpar. Here are some tips that will help your students prioritize their responsibilities.

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Finding a job is difficult as is, and finding one as a teenager in high school can be even more challenging. You are not only competing with other students but also competing with adults in your job search. This guide will help you prepare, get noticed, and hired. We will walk you through everything from finding the best jobs for high school students and companies hiring younger workers to obtaining working papers and knowing your rights. 

Receive a more personal view into what college can be for your students. It includes articles on finding success in college, how to make friends, what professors are really like, and the questions college asks. 

Any of your students interested in attending college will find this site useful as they prepare for their transition to college life. 


Keep your eyes on the PRIZE
(Hot jobs in Nebraska)

Find out what are the top job opportunities in Nebraska and start aligning your educational/academic/career readiness goals to prepare you for your future.

Future Educator?

To be admitted to a Nebraska teacher preparation program, candidates must take and pass the Praxis® Core Academic Skills for Educators – a basic skills test that measures reading, writing, and math skills to determine a candidate’s readiness to enter a teacher education program.
With that in mind, I am asking those students who are considering teaching as a career to take the Praxis® Core test in their junior or senior year.
Praxis® results are good for 5 years!
Information about the Praxis® Core test can be found at:
Dates, times and testing center locations can be found at:
For information about Nebraska’s certification and requirements, visit:
You may also contact Mrs. Hanel if  you have questions.



Transfer Nebraska provides students with a transparent and effective process for determining transfer credits. There are over 228,000 course equivalencies among the 16 Nebraska public colleges, community colleges, universities and several private colleges.  Most General Education courses are included.

Course-by-course guides are helpful if the student knows the exact class or classes needed to transfer. For the most up-to-date course by course transfer information click on the Transfer Nebraska and Transferology links below.


Nebraska’s higher education institutions have joined together to offer Transfer Nebraska, a one-stop site that provides you with a list of courses that will transfer from one school to another.


Transferology is a nation-wide network designed to help students explore their college transfer options. Students can answer the question "Will my courses transfer?" by adding coursework, exams and/or military learning experiences to see how many schools in the network have matching courses that may be awarded when they transfer. They can also find out what their options are for taking classes over the summer (or whenever) at another school to transfer back to their current school by using the "Find a Replacement Course" feature.

   It is FREE to use.  Set up an account, fill in the information for the college classes that you have taken and find out the percentage of the classes that will transfer to a different financial institution.