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USD 115 Board approves two new hires
04/15/2018

(KMZA)--The Nemaha Central Board of Education has approved two new hires for next school year.

During their April 9th meeting, Mayberry was approved for a science teaching position at the high school and Bethany Griffiths for an early childhood/elementary classroom position at the elementary school.

Current 4th grade teacher Jessica Koch was approved to be a half-time lead teacher and half-time classroom teacher for next school year.

Several resignations were accepted---including high school art teacher Michael Hill, special education teacher Sherri Alverson and special education para Nicole Bowers.

In other business, the Board voted to have a special meeting on Monday, April 30 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the proposed classroom addition and perhaps high school locker room renovations. The motion was made after new blueprints from Horst, Terrill & Karst Architects were presented. The Board will discuss the Construction Manager At-Risk option and funding for the projects.

A proposal from N-L Driveway to seal and coat the two parking lots was approved. The elementary parking lot was bid at $4,800 and the high school bid was $19,100. School maintenance staff will paint the lots when the work is complete.

And the USD 115 Board heard a request from High School welding instructor Paul Wertenberger for the purchase a CNC plasma cutter for a cost of nearly $8,000. The board moved to table action on the request until the May meeting.

 

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