The ViewPoint

Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

Back to Article
Back to Article

Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

Katrina Gotschall

Katrina Gotschall

Katrina Gotschall

Caitlin Wilson, Web Editor

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The O’Neill High School Holocaust Literature class would like to invite the community and surrounding communities to attend their presentation at the O’Neill Public Library at 6:30 Monday, April 23rd. The students, Allison Depko, Kelci Ross, Beatriz Dominguez, and Ashley Tompkins, will present about their studies of The Holocaust, share about “The Remembrance Project”, a proactive learning opportunity that ended in a life changing treck to the National Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. They will  discuss how this experience can help support strong community relationships and citizenship in adolescents. All are welcome! Please contact Katrina Gotschall at (402) 336-1544 if you have questions.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    Northeast student earns national honor

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    How to make your own rustic dream catcher

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    High school freshman explore career options at Northeast Community College

  • Campus

    How to make Bratapfel: A German apple dessert

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    Making homemade ice cream

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    Northeast men unable to shoot past Marshalltown

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    Northeast veterinary technology students receive coats and pins at ceremony

  • Campus

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    New program at Northeast to better prepare young journalists

  • Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

    Campus

    Students volunteer “for the win” at Northeast Community College

Navigate Right
The official student newspaper of Northeast Community College.
Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation