Programs


  • High Ability Learner Program
  • Character Education- Bucket filling
  • Junior Achievement
  • G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education & Training)
  • P.T.O (Parent Teacher Organization)
  • English Language Learners
  • Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Program
  • Reading Together
         
    This program uses the power of peer relationships to engage students.  Each lesson gives students the opportunity to practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Food for Thought
  • Families and Schools Together
  • P.A.W.S. for Reading
         Knickrehm's reading challenge to encourage EVERY student to read EVERY day.
  • Migrant on the Move
         There are 18 Migrant Projects in Nebraska.  The program purpose is to ensure that migrant children fully benefit from the     same free public education provided to other children.
  • Imagine Learning
         Imagine Learning English is an easy-to-use program that accelerates English learning.  With hundreds of activities designed   for young learners, this program helps develop vocabulary, listening and speaking, literacy, and school readiness.
  • Pennies for Patients 
         Pennies for Patients is a service learning, character education and philanthropy program that gives students a unique     experience making a difference through teamwork—working together to aid thousands of children and adults in the fight blood cancers like leukemia.
  • Silent Mentor
         To help ensure all of our Knickrehm Cougars have a strong, positive connection to an adult at school. For more information contact Camie See.
  • Red Ribbon Week
         Red Ribbon week serves as a vehicle for communities, schools, and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of
    our children through a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug free lives with   the ultimate goal being the creation of a drug free America.  
  • Cougar Garden Club
         A 4-H grant funded program that will focus on teaching students about food scarcity issues and growing food to help support
    local communities and food pantries.  Teachers, students, and parents will be growing food locally in the garden to donate to
    local non-profits that work with the homeless and people in need of food. 
  • Student Council
         Students from K-5 will be chosen to be leaders in student/teacher/family activities throughout the year.
  • Health and Wellness
  • Running Club
         Running  Club is for students grades 4 and 5, along with interested parents and staff memebers.  The purpose of the Running Club is to build the healthy habit of running, encourage perseverance and commitment, and to learn to use running as a stress management tool.