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USD 115 board hears wrestling survey results

(KMZA)--The Nemaha Central Board of Education heard the results of a survey conducted to guage interest in adding a high school wresting program when they met last week.

High School Athletic Director Warren Seitz reported on survey results.

Grades 8-11 were asked to respond to the survey-including 8th graders at the Sts. Peter and Paul School.

Seitz said they had very positive responses and there was considerable interest in adding the sport from both male and female students.

Discussion was held regarding possible places to practice. Those included the high school commons area, seeing if an agreement could be arranged to use the Community Building or building a new space, although that is not a short term solution.

In addition, coaches would need to be hired as well.

The item will be discussed again at next month's board meeting.

The Board voted last May to add middle school wrestling beginning with the current school year.




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