CUES Schools (cuesschools.org) Sacred Heart, All Saints, and Holy Name, encourages everyone to support local children. These schools serve nearly 600 students and anchor their east Omaha neighborhoods.
CUES provides a safe place for students to learn academic, social, and interpersonal skills. Many CUES families face difficult financial circumstances and simply cannot afford the full tuition of $2,800. They choose CUES Schools to give their children a quality, faith-based education. CUES students thrive in a culture of love, kindness, and excellence.
Generous supporters connect CUES families with community partners like Boys Town, Completely Kids, and Hope Center for Kids. Through the Boys Town LIFT Program, a student support specialist is now in each CUES school. The CUES Student and Family Support team focuses on the well-being of the entire family, setting students up for success in high school and beyond.
Before CUES, parent Margaret Paul did not have the tools she needed to help her children thrive. Now, she says she has a support system.
“My kids received a quality, faith-based education, and the CUES staff is always there for us. I’m blessed to be part of the CUES family,” Margaret said.
Supporting local organizations ensures more children like Margaret’s get the resources and services they need. Anyone can donate to CUES at cuesschools.org/donate.
The CUES School System is a bold educational initiative providing centralized leadership and governance to three urban elementary schools in Omaha serving a majority of low-income students and families. For more information, go to cuesschools.org.