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Johnson Brock BOE meets
05/18/2022

(KLZA)--The Johnson Brock Board of Education met on May 12th.

Andy Carmen addressed the board representing the JB Skilled and Technical Services Council. They have met several times over the year with students. They have recommended some updates to the shop and have requested to obtain quotes for the updates.

Principal Lucas Dalinghaus shared that 36 students were randomly drug tested over the school year and all tests were negative.

Superintendent Jeff Koehler advised the board that the requisitions were done. Two paras have been hired for the next school year. The sports cooperative with Nebraska City was discussed. All students will be able to participate in sports that are not offered at Johnson Brock.

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