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USD 115 getting additional security cameras

(KMZA)--Additional security cameras will be installed in Nemaha Central schools.

The USD 115 Board of Education Monday evening approved the purchase of 60 security cameras from Rhombus Systems for $39,471.

A grant the school district received from the state for security upgrades will cover $11,000 of the cost.

In other business, the Board received an update on the middle school wrestling program, which recently completed their first season. Coaches Mark and Skyler Mayberry reported they had a successful season. 12 students went out for the sport and they took third place in the league tournament.

The Board received three donations of $500 each to offset the cost to charter the buses that took the football team to the state playoffs. Donations were received from Hammes Trucking, J-Six Enterprises and Friday Nighters.

The board approved the hiring of two new drivers education teachers---Gary Smith and Mark Friesse. The board also approved the hiring of two student custodians—Christopher Dalinghaus and Roland Voracek.

Monday marked the first meeting for new board clerk Carol Kuckelman. She was hired to replace longtime board clerk Collette Hermesch, who recently retired.



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