Walthill Public School
Home of the Blujays
602 Main Street, Walthill, NE 68067
To inspire lifelong learners, encourage pride in self and culture, promote responsible citizenship, and adapt to changing societal needs.
“In 1906 school functions began in Walthill District 13. Pearl K. Felix was the first teacher with a total of 66 students. The first classes were held in the Presbyterian Church. The seats and desks were planks laid on barrels. The rental of this building for a nine-month school year was $150. The second year classes were held above the Harris Pool Hall, which was the Gambles store. In June of 1907 was the first school board election. Construction of a $8,000 six room brick structure began late in 1907. School started "On the Hill" in September of 1908. By 1911 enrollment had reached 346 and the six rooms were inadequate. A new two-room building was built on the north side of the street from the school grounds, a present site of the Community of Christ Church.”
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Nebraska Indian Community College
Home of the Buffalos
Classes being offered at Walthill Public Library
323 Main Street, Walthill, NE 68067
To provide higher quality education and lifelong educational opportunities for Umonhon (Omaha), Isanti (Santee Dakota) and other learners.