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Falls City School Board approves personnel changes

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Board of Education approved three resignations and three teaching contracts during their Monday, March 11th meeting. 

The Board approved with sincere regret the retirement resignation of Middle School Principal Rick Johnson. Johnson has held the position for 29 years. 

The resignations of 5th grade teacher Denise Kurpgeweit who has taught for 38 years and 4th grade teacher Phil Janssen were also approved.

Maygan Ramsy and Brandon  Gibson were hired as elementary teachers and Ginger Feek was hired as a special education teacher.

Although Falls City Public School have missed five days of school since November 26 due to extreme weather conditions, it is projected the district will well exceed the Nebraska Department of Education's requirement for instructional time.

The school district is not scheduling make-up days at this time.   If additional days are lost due to weather,  April  22 will be designated as a make-up day for students and staff.  


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