Page, Nebraska

Educational Facilities

The Page community is in the O'Neill Public School District. The O'Neill Public School District #7 covers approximately 114 square miles and serves the communities of Emmet, Inman, O'Neill, and Page. This Class 3 District is accredited by the State of Nebraska and North Central Association. The O'Neill Public Elementary School was built in 1996 and the Junior-Senior High School was built in 1964. The O'Neill Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through sixth grade with three sections of each grade level. Students are provided with the latest curriculum materials, including new science, social studies, reading, and math text books, along with newly aligned curriculums. Students also have up-to-date technology including MacBooks, SMART Boards, Palm Pilots, iPads, and video equipment. Special service programs are also available to students including HAL, ELL, Special Education, and Title 1. The Developing Eagles Program is available to all students after school from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm during the school year and from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm during the summer. This program assists students in completing homework, playing educational games to reinforce classroom instruction, and physical activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.