NorthStar to build expansion

By: Erik Mauro / KMTV 3 News Mar 06, 2019

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — A North Omaha program that works to help boys stay in school is breaking ground on a new $6 million, 18,000 square foot expansion.

City and school leaders will be there when Northstar Foundation adds a high school wing to its facility near 49th Avenue and Ames.

The new building will be home to a STEM innovation hub and a two-story dining hall.

Mayor Jean Stothert, Councilmen Pete Festersen and Ben Gray, and OPS Board President Marque Snow will join Northstar students, parents, board members, and staff for the groundbreaking.

assignment_turned_in Registrations

While every NorthStar boy does not participate in every opportunity, each boy has a chance to interact in activities and experiences that are of interest to him.  Your registration process will open the door to opprotunities in all three areas.

A full NorthStar experience consists of these four areas:

  1. Academics - supporting classroom learning
  2. Programming - Providing experiences that are both enriching  and remedial
  3. Athletics -- offering both competitive and non-competitive sports opprotunities
  4. Outward Bound -- discovering adventure through experiential learning

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With OPS closing, NorthStar will not be open after school but NorthStar staff will be working. Please follow us on Twitter @nstar360 for regular updates and reach out to NorthStar staff so we can support your boys during this uncertain time.