Emerson-Hubbard and Howells-Dodge are the latest school districts to express interest in joining the Pathways To Tomorrow (P2T) program in northeast Nebraska.
The ESU Board this week approved their applications and the P2T board will also vote on adding the schools.
P2T Director Joe Peitzmeier tells the KTIC Newsroom they currently have 35 students involved in the program.
The addition of Emerson-Hubbard and Howells-Dodge would bring to eight the number of school districts involved. P2T is also talking with Guardian Angels about their interest in getting involved.