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Vacancy on USD 115 Board

(KMZA)--There's a vacancy on the Nemaha Central Board of Education.

The USD 115 Board voted last week to publish a notice of the vacancy for position 1 on the board.

The board will have 15 days to fill the vacancy after the notice is published in the Seneca Courier-Tribune.

The vacancy exist after Steve Bennett, who won the position in the November general election by write-in votes, declined the position. No one filed for the position, which had been held by Gary Niehues.

Applicants must reside in board member district #1, which includes the western half of Seneca.

Those interested in filling the vacancy should contact the USD 115 Board of Education Office.

In other business, the Board approved contract extensions through the 2021-2022 school year for Superintendent Darrel Kohlman, Elementary/ Middle School Principal Dr. Amy Beck, High School Prinicipal Ben Scism and Marshall-Nemaha County Special Education Director Shana Steinlage.

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