Nebraska School Activities Association

NSAA Board of Directors Workshop

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) Board of Directors will meet in a planning retreat at the Fairfield Inn in North Platte on Wednesday, June 15, at 4:00 p.m. This will be a planning-only retreat; no formal action will be taken. The agenda for this meeting is kept continuously current … Read more

2015-16 Believers & Achievers Scholarship Banquet

Believers & Achievers, the state-wide program designed by U.S. Bank and the Nebraska School Activities Association to give recognition to Nebraska’s future leaders, held its 19th annual scholarship banquet on June 7th at the Nebraska Club, atop the U.S. Bank Building, in Lincoln. The festivities highlighted the process that began last October when the 48, … Read more

Ord’s Carson Selected for NFHS Spirit of Sport Award

Ashley Carson, a 17-year-old junior at Ord High School, has dealt with challenging circumstances that most adults don’t experience in an entire lifetime. Undaunted, she has demonstrated incredible drive and resolve to overcome those challenges and to become an exceptional athlete and student. In recognition of her accomplishments and bravery, Carson has been selected the … Read more

U.S. Cellular Event of the Week

The “U.S. Cellular Game of the Week” for Monday, May 2nd will feature a Baseball match-up between the Arlington Eagles (15-1) vs the Wayne/Wakefield Blue Devils (1-14). Game time is set for 4:30 pm at Wayne High School. Be one of 15 lucky fans and your admission is FREE, courtesy of Cellcom of Wayne, your local authorized U.S. Cellular agent!

Student Advisory Committee Members selected 2016-17

The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) is pleased to announce the individuals selected to the NSAA Student Advisory Committee for the 2016-17 school year. This will be the first year for this new program that was approved by the NSAA Board of Directors in December 2015. Out of over 80 impressive applicants, only 12 were … Read more