Homeschool Diaries: Teacher’s Log April 15
Recent lessons for the students have focused on forestry and horticulture.
Okay, they’ve been cleaning up downed branches, cutting out junk trees and planting potatoes and onions in the garden.
Part of the lesson also included designating a portion of the garden for growing food that will go to a local food pantry. Even though it won’t be ready until late this summer, it seemed like the least we could do given the difficult circumstances in which many people are finding themselves.
I have been a bit at a loss as to what I can do to help others during this pandemic. I don’t sew, so making masks is out. I can barely cook enough to keep the ranchhands fed, so taking treats to others doesn’t seem feasible right now. We live in a rural community where most of the elderly people already have family checking in and running errands for them.
So, I do my best to offer encouraging words and make an effort to reach out and see how others are doing.
And, we will tend to that special part of the garden. Hopefully, it will not only produce food, but also joy and peace for someone.
We can all use that right now.
Francis Named to Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame - University of Nebraska
Sam Francis, a two-sport star for the Huskers in the 1930s, was announced as the fifth member of the 2020 University of Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame class on Tuesday,
Huskers make cut for Oklahoma athlete
Nebraska has put a strong effort into recruiting the state of Oklahoma, and was among the first offers for 2021 three-star Carl Albert (Okla.) athlete Javion Hunt.
Huskers make top seven for four-star cornerback Jamier Johnson | Recruiting | omaha.com
Rivals has Jamier Johnson as the No. 249 recruit in the nation, while ESPN ranks him 273rd and the 247 Sports Composite service ranks him 281.
Huskers in top groups for class of 2021 WR Magwood, DB Parker | Recruiting | journalstar.com
Both are considered three-star prospects by recruiting services.
Four Huskers Earn CSCAA All-America Awards - University of Nebraska
Four members of the Nebraska swimming and diving team were named All-Americans by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) on Wednesday,
Ivy Named to Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame - University of Nebraska
Women's basketball standout Maurtice Ivy was announced as the fourth member of the 2020 University of Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame class on Wednesday, April 8.
Nebraska coaches still working to replenish women's basketball roster | Women's Basketball | journalstar.com
Restrictions on recruiting during the COVID-19 pandemic aren't slowing down the Husker women's basketball team.
Former Husker Fisher Ready To Help Fight Against COVID-19 If Needed - University of Nebraska
Sean Fisher bypassed a chance for a final season of football eligibility to get a head start on medical school, and now is in his residency in Seattle.
Orozco Leads NTCA Bowling Honorees - University of Nebraska
Lincoln – One Nebraska bowler joined an exclusive club of Husker greats, while another earned the first All-America award of her career, as the National Tenpin Coaches
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Drinking Alcohol When Working from Home | Alcohol.org
Use the map to discover the % of workers drinking alcohol while working from home. Based on a survey of 3,000 American workers.
Nebraska isn’t the highest rate on the list, but they are up there.
Coronavirus has college football season, NCAA future up in air - Sports Illustrated
As coronavirus threatens to alter, or even cancel, the 2020 college football season, the entire NCAA system could hang in the balance.
5 Addictive Animal Cams You're Gonna Love | HowStuffWorks
Wondering what's going on in the animal world while you're all cooped up under quarantine? Check out these awesome animal webcams for a virtual visit.
French man ejected himself during surprise trip on fighter jet
The man, a military weapons executive who was not identified in the report, didn't even want to be on the jet. It was a surprise from his colleagues.