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QLI’s Distance Learning Academy | Creating Community-First Solutions for Remote Learning

At some point it’s impossible to chart the ways COVID-19 affects the community.  For Omaha-area school districts, the pandemic presented only difficulty. District administrators were pinned into walking the delicate balance between providing leading-edge education and protecting the well-being of students and families. In many cases, public school districts’ innovative, flexible answers—including providing comprehensive remote […]

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More Than Stew | Family Recipe Becomes Rehabilitation Pillar

Terri Camara has an affectionate name for the recipe she’s making. She calls it “Hobo Stew,” the same thing her grandmother and grandfather called it when they cooked for traveling workers hitching rides between California train cars. That was many decades ago. But the childhood memory still registers a pang of nostalgia. Today, between efforts […]

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Your Safety Matters | An Announcment Regarding QLI’s An Evening at the Fair

Your health and safety is extremely important to us. It is with great disappointment that we have to announce the cancellation of QLI’s 2020 An Evening at the Fair. After careful consideration, it became clear that we cannot safely bring over 1000 people together and risk the health and safety of our community supporters or our […]

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Cycling This Summer? Easy Bike Tips from QLI’s Adaptive Sports Team

As community restrictions begin to ease and summer weather sets the perfect backdrop for outdoor recreation, people across the country are turning to cycling in unprecedented numbers. It’s the perfect way to exercise outdoors or even spend a little quality time with the family, but it isn’t always the easiest activity to enjoy safely. QLI’s […]

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Let’s Work Toward Something Better | A Letter from QLI President and CEO, Patricia Kearns

As the week comes to a close, I thought I would reach out to share a few thoughts on the many things happening inside and outside of the gates to our campus. I am an optimistic person but I admit that this week ends with mixed emotions for me. Let me start with the positive: […]

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