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South Brown Co USD 430 names new superintendent

Dr. Rebecca Kramer ( Credit: USD 430)

(KNZA)--South Brown County USD 430 has announced the hiring of a new superintendent.

During a special meeting Wednesday, the USD 430 Board of Education voted to hire Dr. Rebecca Kramer for the position, effective July 1st.

She will replace Jason Cline, who has been hired as the new superintendent of Lakeview Community Schools, in Columbus, Nebraska.

According to a release from USD 430, Kramer currently serves as the Executive Director of Teaching and Learning in Seaman Public Schools in Topeka. She has been in the education field for 28 years, fulfilling a variety of positions.

For the past five years, she has served as a district administrator as well as a building principal, before that, at USD #345. Kramer worked in Topeka Public Schools for twelve years as a building principal, following her time in the classroom as an elementary teacher.

She has a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Washburn University. Most recently, she obtained her Educational Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Kansas.

The release says Kramer has roots in rural school communities as she graduated from Jefferson West High School in Meriden. She and her husband, Bill ,have been married for 28 years and are the parents of four children.

“I am incredibly honored and privileged to be named South Brown County's superintendent. I am excited about the possibilities in front of us and the positive impact we can make in the lives of students at USD 430. Let us work together to continue to create a district that inspires a love for learning, fosters personal growth, and prepares our students to become responsible citizens and leaders of tomorrow. I look forward to the incredible journey ahead!” said Kramer

Board President Jason Selland said “Dr. Kramer emerged from an expedited but very thorough search process as the right candidate to lead our School District. The Board is certain in our choice of Dr. Kramer, and we are confident that under her leadership USD 430 will continue to be a place where we empower students to find success.”

Selland said the USD 430 Board solicited input from the community and district stakeholders to help guide them through the selection process.

Kramer was among three candidates interviewed by the board last week.

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