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Football Coop proposal denied

(KLZA)-- The Humboldt – Table Rock – Steinauer School Board met March 11.  

Board members learned the Nebraska School Activities Association voted not to allow HTRS and the Pawnee City School District to coop football for the 2019 season. 

2019 is the second year of the scheduling cycle.  It would be possible to coop the following year when  a new 2-year scheduling cycle begins. 

Board members also leaned a committee has been formed to consider the possibility of implementing a new student drug testing policy for students involved in extra curricular activities. 

A report on possibly updating the kitchen at the HTRS School was presented.  Bids will be requested after specifications are provided.  

A discussion was also held, but no action taken on how to prioritize future expenditures of possible building updates.  

The Board accepted the resignation of para-professional Linda Yoble and met in executive session to discuss personnel.

No action was taken following the closed session.  

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