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USD 115 board approves facility needs survey
01/18/2021

(KMZA)--As part of the strategic planning process, a facility needs survey will be conducted in Nemaha Central USD 115.

The Nemaha Central Board of Education, during their January 11 meeting, voted to acccept a bid from Patron Insight to develop and administer the survey at a cost of $13,475.

Superintendent Darrel Kohlman reviewed the first draft of the Strategic Plan for 2021-2026. Kohlman said the next step was to conduct a facility needs survey, with input from a diverse group of stakeholders.

In other action, Kohlman reported that USD 115 will be receiving around $190,000 in the second round of federal emergency relief funding to offset expenses the district incurs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds need to be spent by September 2023.

The USD 115 Board approved a resolution stating the board's decision to hold the election of school board officers in January instead of July.

Jason Hammes was re-elected as board president and Owen Zinke as vice-president for 2021.

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