Falls City Superintendent receives statewide award

(KLZA)-- Falls City Public School Superintendent Tim Heckenlively was awarded the Nebraska Rural Community School Association's Superintendent of the Year award for 2023-24, during the organizations recent Spring Conference.

Heckenlively is currently in his 14th year as Superintendent for District 56. Prior to that he served as the North Elementary School Principal.

According to a Falls City Public Schools social media post, Heckenlively is recognized throughout the district for his dedication to education, students, staff and patrons.

Heckenlively holds state leadership roles in both the Nebraska Rural Community School Association and Nebraska Council of School Administrators.

The NRCSA has 221 member schools, Educational Service Units and State Colleges located in 90 counties and 25 legislative districts across the state.

Former Falls City Superintendent Dr. Jon Habben also won this award in 2010.

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