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Nemaha Central Schools Celebrates Our School Board Leaders This January
01/18/2018
 

January is School Board Recognition Month, and Nemaha Central Schools expresses appreciation to these community leaders who volunteer countless hours to provide leadership for our public schools.

“Our board of education members lead by example,” said Darrel Kohlman, superintendent. “They do their homework and come prepared to listen to reports and make decisions in the best interest of all children in our community. They also attend specialized professional development to stay on top of education issues and trends, and represent our district on other committees and advocacy events. And they do all of this because they are committed to creating opportunities for all children in our community.

School board members in Nemaha Central Schools develop policies and make tough decisions that help shape the future of our education system. They bear responsibility and oversight for an annual budget of $10 million, 550+ students, 100+ employees and 2 buildings.

“We are grateful to have this opportunity to formally say ‘thank you’ to each of them,” said Kohlman.

The men and women serving Nemaha Central Schools are Jason Hammes (President), Owen Zinke (Vice-President), Gary Niehues, Joe Reitz, David Clements, John V. Deters along with Ilene Enneking and Jean Placke who went off the board in December.

Nemaha Central Schools encourages the entire community to thank a school board member, not only this month but throughout the entire year.

 

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