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Johnson-Brock Board approves new football bleachers

(KLZA)-- The Johnson-Brock School Board on a 3-2 vote approved the expenditure of $59,998 for new bleachers at the football field when they met Monday evening.  Casting nay votes were Board members Keith Bohling and Tom Teten. 

Superintendent Jeff Koehler told the Board there is a crew of volunteers ready to assist with the project. 

Congratulations were offered to the Board and the staff at Johnson-Brock for the work they did to make the 2020-21 school year possible. 

It was also noted that a School Safety Council meeting will be held June 28 and 29. Local law enforcement and fire and rescue members will be on the committee.

Koehler also noted he will be advertising to fill several vacant positions at the school for the 2021-22 school year.  

The Board also approved the appointments of Will Behrends,  Amy Oestmann and Keith Bohling to three-year terms on the Johnson-Brock Foundation Board during the meeting. 

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