The construction on the new gym is progressing. Here are two time lapse videos of the process:
Diller-Odell continues to excel at serving students of our district. The Nebraska Department of Education released the Nebraska Education Profile, which includes multiple reports for Nebraska school districts and highlights the . . .
The HS fitness center is closed to everyone until further notice when the weather clears and we are not dealing with mud. Once the builders are working inside it will be better. . . .
Parents- Today we worked on the HOLD drill at our school. It was a successful drill, and only a drill. We will continue to work on all the elements of the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) (from the i love you guys . . .
I am very excited to begin my new job as Activities Director here at Diller-Odell. I have always been very proud to say I am a Griffin, and I feel that our student-athletes have represented our school tremendously. . . .
Welcome back students and staff! It will be a great 2018-19 school year, and I hope you are ready to get to work. It has been a busy summer, and I am anxious to get everyone back in a routine. This year we . . .
If you are like us, you may cringe at having to buy two pairs of shoes at the beginning of each school year...one just for P.E. Or maybe your son or daughter only got one season out of that pair of cleats and you . . .
Diller-Odell has adopted the Standard Response Protocol (SRP). The SRP is a safety plan using standardized vocabulary so stakeholders can easily understand the status and respond quickly when an unforeseen event occurs. . . .
All schools in the state of Nebraska must adhere to the rules and regulations under Rule 10 (Accreditation guidelines for Nebraska Schools). Each school system in Nebraska must have a school safety and security committee, which includes . . .
Parents/Guardians in the Diller-Odell Public School District have the right to know about the following qualification of their child’s teacher: state licensure requirements for the grade level and content areas taught, the current . . .
Public School Choice - 2015-2016 - 137 Students in Elementary School, 0 Students for Choice, No Other Elementary in the District
Superintendent Contract Transparency Notice (in accordance with LB 470)