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Falls City school board reorganizes

Tim Heckinlively

(KLZA)--The Falls City Board of  Education elected June  Bowers as President of the  District 56 Board of Education Monday night.  Scott Hollens will serve as Vice President for 2018.

The Board also approved a contract extension for Superintendent Tim Heckenlively.

The two-year rollover contract runs through June 30, 2020. Heckenlively will receive a 2.9 percent pay raise for the next year.

The Board continues negotiations with the teacher bargaining group.

In other business the Board approved a hiring incentive of $3-thousand for all new teachers beginning in August, 2018. 

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