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Johnson Brock school board approves bus purchase

(KLZA)--Johnson-Brock School Superintendent Jeff Koehler informed Board members during their September 11 meeting that the school districts share for the new bus will be $47,727.  

The rebate awarded to the school district will provide $42-thousand toward the bus purchase. Later in the meeting the Board approved a bid to purchase a new bus from Truck Center Companies of Omaha through the Volvo Bus Rebate Program.  

Board members voted to recognize the Johnson – Brock Education Association as the collective bargaining agent for the district teachers for the 2021-22 school year.

Principal Lucus Dalinghaus reported the school enrollment is 349 students which is down five students from last year. He also discussed the possible implementation of a random drug testing program at Johnson-Brock for all students involved in extra curricular activities.   

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