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Nemaha Central asked to add wrestling program
10/11/2018

(KMZA)--The Nemaha Central USD 115 Board of Education has been asked to  add a wrestling program.

Dillion Keim, president of the Nemaha County Wrestling Team, made the request to the Board Monday evening.

Keim, who has been coaching kids from ages 4 to 18, said he would like to see a wrestling program added at the middle and high schools beginning next school year.  If approved, he said he would start enrolling students in late November.

Keim volunteered to serve as coach until a teacher could be found to coach.

The Board took no action.

In other business, Superintendent Darrel Kohlman informed the Board he recently had a pre-construction meeting with AHRS Construction, who is serving as construction manger at risk for the classroom addition project that would connect the district’s two schools.

Kohlman said ground breaking will begin soon as the weather clears and work is scheduled to be completed by August 1 of next year.

In a related matter, the Board voted to enter into a contract with the city of Seneca to move the electrical service for the new addition.  Kohlman said the cost is estimated at just over $23,000.  

 

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