Union Bank made a donation to Phoenix Academy in honor of Jun and Ree Kaneko, 2012 inductees into the Omaha Business Hall of Fame. Jun & Ree received the award at the Chamber Business Hall of Fame Gala. Jun Kaneko was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1942, moved to Los Angeles in 1963 and has […]
Phoenix Academy students in basic training?! Occupational Therapy students from the College of Saint Mary put our young soldiers to work in their first OT Boot Camp. OK? OK? OK? ALRIGHT! ALRIGHT! ALRIGHT! The students experienced the benefits of occupational therapy first hand by engaging in activities that would strengthen both their fine and gross […]
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Thank you to everyone who attended our First Annual Literacy Leadersʼ Luncheon. We were pleased to have the opportunity to honor Ann Mactier and Patti Clark who started the Phoenix Academy with one student and one teacher in 1990 and Dick Holland who has been deeply involved in education in the metro area for many […]
Sales were brisk during the first day of the garage sale. The gentleman in the photo bought out all 90 of the plastic chairs we had. However, much remains and we will cut prices to move merchandise. To date Phoenix Academy has made over $3,500 on the Garage Sale. Please come for the last day […]
Read about us in the Omaha World Herald “Academy’s focus is on phonics” by Joe Dejka, published July 26, 2010.
Phoenix Academy Day School in partnership with KANEKO welcomed GREG MORTENSON to Omaha on Friday, January 14, 2011. Greg Mortenson (see bio below) began his day in Omaha meeting with approximately 800 middle school and high school students from the metro area including students from Phoenix Academy at KANEKO. He showed the students a video […]
Thank You eBay for our $2000 grant for our Library Reading Lab! Thank you so much eBay Foundation for 10 Cd Players 20 Headsets Many many books for our library and 2 IPads!
KETV did a news story about Phoenix Academy’s new Location. Phoenix Academy purchased and moved into the old Omaha Hearing School. The purchase was made possible by a generous donation from the Lozier Foundation.