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Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals
An Affiliate of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators

Mitch Bartholomew, President


Welcome to the NSASSP Information Network

NSASSP is committed to the improvement of secondary education.  In pursuing this commitment, the association is involved in providing information and leadership; encouraging research and service; promoting high professional standards; focusing attention on state and educational problems; and working with other professional organizations interested in the solution of problems of education at the state level for the welfare of secondary schools and the youth they serve.

The association is concerned with the status and welfare of secondary school principals.

NSASSP is affiliated with the Nebraska Council of School Administrators (NCSA) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).


  Executive Board

President
Mitch Bartholomew
York High School
1005 Duke Dr
York, NE  68467
402-362-6655
mitch.bartholomew@yorkdukes.org
President-elect
Christopher Stogdill
Stanton High School
1007 Kingwood Street
Stanton, NE 68779
402-439-2250
cstogdil@esu8.org
Past President
Randy Schlueter
Beatrice Middle School
215 N 5th St
Beatrice, NE  68310
402-223-1545
rschuleter@bpsnebr.org
 
Secretary
Angela Simpson
Platteview Senior High School
14801 S 108th St
Springfield, NE 68059
402-339-3606
asimpson@sarpy46.org
State Coordinator
Mike Wortman
Lincoln High School
2229 J St
Lincoln, NE 68510
402-436-1544
mwortman@lps.org
Middle Level Representative
Ken Thiele
Aurora Middle School
300 L Street
Aurora, NE 68818
402-694-6915
kthiele@esu9.org
 
Public Relations Representative
Chip Kay
Perkings County Schools
PO Box 829
Grant, NE 69140
308-352-4735
chip_kay@pcs.esu16.org
Assistant Principal Representative
Brandon Mowinkel
Milford High School
Box C 301 G Street
Milford, NE 68405
402-761-2525
bmowinkel@milfordpublicschools.org
NARSA Representative
Herb Barelman (8-31-2012)
1506 Brenda Dr
Bellevue, NE  68005
hbarelman@cox.net
 
Membership Coordinator
Ryan Ricenbaw
Waverly High School
PO Box 426
Waverly, NE 68462
402-786-2765
rricenba@esu6.org
NDE Liaison
Kevin Young
West Holt Public Schools
PO Box 457
Atkinson, NE 68713
402-925-2890
kyoung@esu8.org
Student Council Liaison
Kati Settles
Papillion-LaVista South High School
10799 Hwy 370
Papillion, NE 68046
402-829-4620
ksettles@paplv.org
 
NASSP Board Member (ex-officio)
Dora Olivares
Gering Junior High School
800 Q St.
Gering, NE 69341
308-436-3123
dolivares@geringschools.net
NASSP Board Member (ex-officio)
John Osgood
CL Jones Middle School
PO Box 301
Minden, NE 68959
308-832-2338
josgood@esu11.org
NASSP Past President (ex-officio)
Barry Stark
2801 N. 7th St.
Lincoln, NE 68507
402-466-7551
bstark2@unl.edu
 
NASSP Past President (ex-officio)
Gene Miller
108 W. 21st
Grand Island, NE 68801
308-382-7891
millegp@aol.com


 
Student Council Representative
(ex-officio)
Mike Mussil



  Bylaws

(Amended August 2001)

Article I -- Procedures

Roberts Rules of Order, Revised, shall be the authority on all questions of procedure not specifically stated in the Constitution.

Article II - Election of State Officers and NSASSP Executive Board Members

Election of state officers shall be by ballot with a minimum of two (2) nominees for each position. Any active member of the Association in good standing is eligible to hold office.

In the appropriate year, each regional president will bring forth his/her nominee for President-elect-elect to the February Executive Board meeting. Commencing with the election in March of 1999, the slate of nominees for President-elect will come from regions III, IV, or V. In March of 2000, the slate of nominees will be comprised of middle school principals from any region. (Note: a middle school principal is defined as a person who spends the majority of his/;her time in the middle school environment, some combination of grades 5 through 9.) In March of 2001, the slate of nominees will come from regions I and/or II. This rotation will repeat. Each eligible region will be allowed one nominee. The nominee is to be determined within the region by a procedure established within that region. At the February Executive Board meeting, the region president shall bring the nominee's name and an accompanying resume in order for the nominee to be officially placed on the state-wide ballot.

The ballots for the election of state officers will be distributed to all voting members on the first Wednesday of March by the NCSA office. Ballots must be returned within fourteen (14) days and any delinquent ballots will not be counted. Elected officers will be notified within seven (7) days after close of balloting by the NCSA Executive Director.

Terms of all regional officers shall coincide with the terms of state officers.

All vacancies among regional officers shall be filled by the respective region. The vacancy of any state officer (Past-President, President, President-Elect, Secretary) shall be filled by the Executive Board. The Past-President appointment in case of a vacancy must be a former Past-President of NSASSP.

Article III - Appointment of NARSA Representative

In addition to the elected representatives of the Association's governing body, a NARSA Representative shall be appointed by NARSA to serve as a voting member of the NSASSP Executive Board. The term of office for the NARSA Representative shall be prescribed by NARSA.

Article IV - Duties of State Officers

The duties of the state officers of the Association shall be those which customarily fall upon such officers. Job descriptions can be found in Chapter 1 of the NSASSP Policy Manual.

Article V - Duties of the NSASSP Executive Board

The NSASSP Executive Board shall be charged with the responsibility of formulating and recommending for acceptance by the membership an effective program of work activities and public relations for the association and of suggesting procedures and policies related thereto.

Article VI - Non-Voting Members of the NSASSP Executive Board

Student Council Executive Director, NASSP National Presidents, NASSP Board of Directors member, and NASSP Region V appointments shall serve on the NSASSP Executive Board as Ex-officio members in an advisory, non-voting capacity with expenses paid to those meetings per NCSA Guidelines.

Article VII - Amendments to the Bylaws

Amendments or additions to these Bylaws may be made at any meeting of the NSASSP Executive Board by a majority vote of the members of the NSASSP Executive Board present and voting. A draft of the amendment(s) or addition(s) to these Bylaws must be mailed to each member of the NSASSP Executive Board at least ten (10) days prior to it presentation for adoption. The notice shall state the time and place of the presentation of the proposed amendment(s).


  Constitution

(Amended April 1995)

Article I -- Name

The name of the organization shall be the Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals (NSASSP), hereinafter Association.

The Association is a state organization, with region organizations whose boundaries will coincide with the regions of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators, hereinafter NCSA.

Article II -- Purpose

The Association shall be committed to the improvement of secondary education. In pursuing this commitment, the Association shall be involved in providing information and leadership; encouraging research and service; promoting high professional standards; focusing attention on state and educational problems; and working with other professional organizations interested in the solution of problems of education at the state level for the welfare of secondary schools and the youth they serve.

The Association shall also be concerned with the status and welfare of the secondary school principals.

Article III -- Affiliation

This Association shall be affiliated with NCSA and the National Association of Secondary School Principals hereinafter NASSP. Nothing in the Association's Constitution or Bylaws shall conflict with the Constitution and Bylaws of NCSA or NASSP.

Article IV -- Membership

Section 1. Membership in this organization shall be through NCSA.

Section 2. Active members shall hold the appropriate administrative supervisory certificate or its equivalency.

Section 3. Active membership shall be open to all persons engaged in practicing, teaching or promoting secondary school administration, education, and/or supervision, and upon payment of dues.

Section 4. Associate members as prescribed by the NCSA Constitution shall be non-voting members of the Association and may not be elected to office. Members of the Nebraska Association of Retired School Administrators, hereinafter NARSA, shall be voting members within the Association but may not hold any office within the Association other than NARSA Representative as prescribed in Articles V and VI hereinafter.

Section 5. Questions as to the qualifications of individuals seeking membership shall be ruled upon by the NSASSP Executive Board.

Section 6. Honorary life members of NCSA may affiliate with the Association.

Article V - State Officers

Section 1. The state officers of this Association shall be Past President, President, President-Elect and Secretary.

Section 2. The state officers of the Association shall be members of the NSASSP Executive Board.

Section 3. The term of office for all state officers except Secretary shall be one (1) year beginning September 1.

Section 4. The President-Elect shall assume the office of the President at the end of his or her term or at any time a vacancy occurs in the office of the President.

Section 5. The term of office for Secretary shall be two (2) years beginning September 1.

Article VI - NSASSP Executive Board

The NSASSP Executive Board shall consist of the following voting members: Past President; President; President-Elect; Secretary; the President and President-Elect from each of the five regions; Assistant Principal Representative; NASSP State Coordinator; Nebraska Department of Education Liaison; State Membership Coordinator; State Public Relations Coordinator; State Middle Level Representative; Student Council Representative; NASSP Standing and/or Task Force Representatives (As may be appointed by the National Organization); and NARSA Representative.

The Secretary shall be elected at large from a slate of at least two (2) candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by Regional Presidents. All candidates shall be members of NSASSP and NCSA. The Secretary shall serve for a term of three (2) years; commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for only one additional term. The Secretary shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint a secretary to fill the unexpired term. A list of Duties for the Secretary include taking attendance at meetings and record minutes of all NSASSP board meetings.

The Assistant Principal Representative shall be elected at large from a slate of at least two (2) candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by Regional Presidents. All candidates shall be members of NSASSP and NCSA. The Assistant Principal Representative shall serve for a term of three (3) years; commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for only one additional term. The Assistant Principal Representative shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint an assistant principal to fill the unexpired term. The Assistant Principal Representative will chair the Assistant Principals' Workshop.

The Middle Level Representative shall be elected from a slate of candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be sell‑nominated or nominated by an NSASSP Executive Board member. All candidates shall be contacted prior to voting by the Executive Board to secure a commitment to service. In the event of a tie by the Executive Board, the President shall cast the deciding vote. All candidates shall be active members of NASSP, NSASSP, and NCSA. The Middle Level Representative shall serve for a term of three (3) years, commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for reappointment for only one additional term. The Middle Level Representative shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles from that of either principal or assistant principal. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint a qualified person to fill the unexpired term. The Middle Level Representative shall attend the training workshop held by NASSP. Annual reports shall be delivered to the Executive Board. 


The State Coordinator shall be appointed from a slate of candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by any NSASSP Executive Board member. All candidates shall be contacted prior to voting by the Executive Board to secure a commitment to service. In the event of a tie by the Executive Board, the President shall cast the deciding vote. All candidates shall be active members of NASSP, NSASSP and NCSA. The NASSP State Coordinator shall serve for a term of three (3) years, commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for reappointment to only one additional term. The NASSP State Coordinator shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles from either principal or assistant principal. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint a qualified person to the unexpired term. The NASSP and fulfill his/her responsibility to elect the NASSP President-Elect.

The Nebraska Department of Education Liaison shall be appointed from a slate of candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by any NSASSP Executive Board member. All candidates shall be contacted prior to voting by the Executive Board to secure a commitment to service. In the event of a tie by the Executive Board, the President shall cast the deciding vote. All candidates shall be active members of NASSP, NSASSP and NCSA. The Nebraska Department of Education Liaison shall serve for a term of three (3) years, commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for reappointment to only one additional term. The Nebraska Department of Education Liaison shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles from either principal or assistant principal. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint a qualified person to the unexpired term. Annual reports shall be delivered to the Executive Board.

The Principals' Public Relations Network Representative shall be appointed from a slate of candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by any NSASSP Executive Board member. All candidates shall be contacted prior to voting by the Executive Board to secure a commitment to service. In the event of a tie by the Executive Board, the President shall cast the deciding vote. All candidates shall be active members of NASSP, NSASSP and NCSA. The Principals' Public Relations Network Representative shall serve for a term of three (3) years, commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for reappointment to only one additional term. The Principals' Public Relations Network Representative shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles from either principal or assistant principal. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint a qualified person to the unexpired term. Annual reports shall be delivered to the Executive Board.

The Student Council Representative shall be appointed from a slate of candidates presented to and approved by the NSASSP Executive Board. Candidates may be self nominated or nominated by Regional Presidents. All candidates shall be contacted prior to voting by the Executive Board to secure a commitment to service. All candidates shall be members of NSASSP and NCSA. The Student Council Representative shall serve for a term of three (3) years, commencing September 1, and shall be eligible for reappointment to only one additional term. The Student Council Representative shall vacate the remainder of the term of office should he/she change titles from either principal or assistant principal. In this event, the NSASSP Executive Board shall appoint a qualified person to the unexpired term. The Student Council Representative will serve as a NSASSP liaison to the Nebraska Association of Student Councils. Reports shall be delivered to the Executive Board.

Article VII - Representation on the NCSA Executive Board

The Association's Past President, President, and President-Elect shall serve on the NCSA Executive Board as provided in the NCSA Constitution.

Article VIII -- Committees

The President shall appoint such standing or ad hoc committees as may be deemed necessary or desirable or as may be recommended by the NSASSP Executive Board or by the membership at its annual meeting.

Article IX - Annual Meeting

The NSASSP Executive Board shall arrange for at least one annual meeting. The date and location for this meeting shall be the responsibility of the Executive Board. Other meetings may be held, subject to the call by the NSASSP Executive Board.

Article X -- Amendments

Section 1. This Constitution may be amended by having the proposed amendment(s) approved by a majority vote of the NSASSP Executive Board, and;

Section 2. Proposed amendment(s) must be submitted to the members of the Association at least thirty (30) days before the proposed amendment is to be voted upon.

Section 3. The vote may be conducted by mail at the discretion of the NSASSP Executive Board. A majority of those voting will be necessary for approval.


  Regional Officers

REGION I President
Chad Denker
Seward High School
532 Northern Heights
Seward, NE  68434
402-643-2988
chad.denker@sewardschools.org
President-elect
Ryan Ricenbaw
Waverly High School
PO Box 426
Waverly, NE 68462
402-786-2765
ryan.ricenbaw@dist145schools.org
 
REGION II President
Bill Jelkin
Millard North High School
1010 S. 144th St.
Omaha, NE  68154
402-715-1365
gwjelkin@mpsomaha.org
President-elect
Susan Marlatt
Millard North High School
1010 S. 144th Street
Omaha, NE 68154
402-715-1410
smarlatt@mpsomaha.org
 
REGION III President
Chris Stogdill
Stanton High School
Box 749
Stanton, NE  68779
402-439-2250
cstogdil@esu8.org
President-elect
Beth Nelson
Newman Grove High School
PO Box 370
Newman Grove, NE 68758
402-447-6294
bnelson@esu8.org
 
REGION IV President
Bob Drews
Holdrege High School
PO Box 2002
Holdrege, NE  68949
308-995-6558
bdrews@esu11.org
President-elect
Dean Tickle
Lexington Middle School
1100 N. Washington
Lexington, NE 68850
308-324-2349
dean.tickle@esu10.org
 
REGION V President
Heath Peters
Mitchell Secondary School
1819 19th Ave.
Mitchell, NE  69357
308-623-1707
hpeters@panesu.org
President-elect
Mo Hanks
Kimball Jr/Sr High School
901 S. Nadine
Kimball, NE 69145
308-235-4861
ehanks@panesu.org



  Award Programs

• NASSP/Assistant Principal Recognition Program
  1. Purpose.  NASSP recognizes outstanding secondary school assistant principals.
  2. Nomination process.  The NASSP national office will send application forms to all assistant principals by mid-September.  Please follow the directions for completing the application as given by NASSP.  A small supply will also be sent to NCSA.  It is the suggested procedure of NSASSP that each Region select their Assistant Principal Nominee at the last Spring meeting of the previous year. The completed application and all documentation must be submitted directly to NCSA at 455 S. 11th Street, Suite A, Lincoln, NE 68508.

    NASSP's deadline for receiving all state selections for Assistant Principal of the Year will be in December.
  3. Criteria. NASSP/VIRCO National Assistant Principal of the Year award program annual recognizes outstanding school leaders who have succeeded in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students. These assistant principals are acknowledged by their peers for the exemplary contributions they have made to the profession. The program honors school assistant principals who have demonstrated excellence in the areas addressed by the selection criteria. The following selection criteria reflect the themes as outlines in the Breaking Ranks framework for middle level and high school.
  4. Selection Procedure.  The past recipient of the Assistant Principal of the Year award and the five Region Presidents will review all applications to determine that the basic criteria have been met.  Members of the committee will select a finalist to represent Nebraska at VIRCO Recognition Program during the NASSP National Convention.  NCSA will be responsible for notifying national (NASSP) of the Nebraska Assistant Principal of the Year and ordering the state plaque to be given out at the NSASSP State Conference.
  5. Award.  NASSP invites the recipient to attend the NASSP convention where they will be recognized.
• NSASSP Distinguished Service Award
  1. Purpose.  The purpose of the NSASSP Distinguished Service Award is to honor administrators who have rendered outstanding and unselfish service to the Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals and who have contributed significantly to quality education at the state and local level.
  2. Nominations.  The nomination process shall consist of submitting a deserving individual's name to the NCSA office.  It is the suggested procedure of NSASSP that each Region select their Distinguished Service Award Nominee at the last Spring meeting of the previous year.

    The NCSA office will mail an application packet to each nominee and the completed packet must be returned to the NCSA along with the following materials:
    • A resume, including:  (a) number of years as a member of NCSA; (b) number of years as a member of NSASSP; (c) number of years as a member of NASSP; (d) membership in other professional organizations; and (e) significant contributions to your profession and/or professional organization at the local, state and national levels.
    • Three letters of recommendation, one each from the following:  (a) an administrator; (b) a staff member; (c) a community member; and (d) a student. NOTE:  The NCSA office will solicit the letters of recommendation should the nominee provide the NCSA office with the names and addresses.
  3. Carry-over nominations.  The files of those nominees not selected will remain active for one additional year.  A new file of carry-over nominees should be established at the conclusion of the selection meeting.  The NCSA liaison person will be responsible for compiling such a file.  Those carried over must meet the requirements for the following year.
  4. Qualifications.  The nominee must be a member of the state (NSASSP), (NCSA), and national (NASSP) organizations.
  5. Criteria.  Person who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in their school, their region and at the state level.  Person will have demonstrated their enthusiasm for the principalship by support from students, parents, teachers, and peers.
  6. Selection Procedure.  A committee composed of the State Coordinator, the five past regional presidents, two immediate past honorees and a NARSA representative will review all nominations and determine the award winner(s).
  7. Award.  The Distinguished Service Award winner(s) will be presented a plaque at the annual NSASSP State Convention.
• Outstanding New Principal Award
  1. Purpose.  To recognize beginning principals for outstanding service.
  2. Nominations.  The nomination process shall consist of submitting a deserving individual's name to the NCSA office. It is the suggested procedure of NSASSP that each Region select their Outstanding New Principal Nominee at the last Spring meeting of the previous year.

    The NCSA office will mail an application packet to each nominee and the completed packet must be returned to the NCSA along with the following materials:
    • A resume, including:  (a) number of years as a member of NCSA; (b) number of years as a member of NSASSP; (c) number of years as a member of NASSP; (d) membership in other professional organizations; and (e) significant contributions to your profession and/or professional organization at the local, state and national levels.
    • Three letters of recommendation, one each from the following: (a) an administrator; (b) a staff member; (c) a community member; and (d) a student. (NOTE:  The NCSA office will solicit the letters of recommendation should the nominee provide the NCSA office with the names and addresses.)
  3. Carry-over nominations.  The files of those nominees not selected will remain active for one additional years.  A new file of carry-over nominees should be established at the conclusion of the selection meeting.  The NCSA liaison person will be responsible for compiling such a file.  Provided, outstanding new principal candidates must be in their first five years as a secondary administrator to be eligible.
  4. Qualifications.  The nominee must be a member of the state (NSASSP), (NCSA), and national (NASSP) organizations.  To be eligible a member must be nominated and selected before they begin their sixth year of experience as an administrator (Assistant Principal or Principal).
  5. Criteria.  Person who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in their school, their region and at the state level.  Person will have demonstrated their enthusiasm for the principalship by support from students, parents, teachers, and peers.
  6. Selection Procedure.  The past recipient of the award and the five Region Presidents will review all applications to select the recipient of the award.
  7. Award.  The Outstanding New Principal will be presented a plaque at the annual NSASSP State Convention.
• Nebraska High School/Middle School Principal of the Year Award
  1. Purpose.  The MetLife/NASSP National Principal of the Year award program annually recognizes outstanding school leaders who have succeeded in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students. These principals are acknowledged by their peers for the exemplary contributions they have made to the profession. The program honors school principals who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of: Personal Excellence, Collaborative Leadership, Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and Personalization.
  2. Special Requirements.  The nominee must be a member of both the state (NSASSP) and national (NASSP) secondary school principals' associations. Nominations must have been a practicing principal for the past five years.
  3. Nominations.  Any Nebraska educator who feels that a particular secondary school principal exemplifies quality leadership in education may nominate that principal for consideration. NSASSP region presidents are asked to submit the names of candidates from their region to the NCSA.  Region candidates will be asked to submit an application to the NCSA office.  Selection process will take place sometime before March 1.
  4. Carry-over nominations.  The files of those nominees not selected will remain active for one additional year.  A new file of carry-over nominees should be established at the conclusion of the selection meeting.  The NCSA liaison person will be responsible for compiling such a file.
  5. Selection Procedure.  The selection panel will consist of nine individuals. The state coordinator will serve as chairperson of this committee. In addition, the other members of the panel will include:
    • A Community member, selected by the immediate past Principal of the Year Recipients;
    • A Teacher member, selected by the 2nd immediate past Principal of the Year Recipient;
    • A Parent member, selected by the 3rd immediate past Principal of the Year Recipient;
    • The President of the State Student Council Association or an active member of the State Student Council
    • The NSASSP president
    • The NSASSP president-elect;
    • The NSASSP past President;
    • The NARSA representative.
  6. Award.  The Nebraska Principal of the year will be recognized and presented a plaque at the NSASSP State Convention.
• NSASSP Longevity Awards
  1. Presentation.  Presented at NSASSP State Convention.
  2. Eligibility.  To be eligible, a member had to complete years 15, 20, 25, or 30 during the current term and had to be a continuous member of NASSP and NSASSP.
• Jack E. Hallstrom Friend of Education Award
  1. Proposal.  The Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals recognizes the very important contributions made by individuals, business, and civic groups to middle schools and high schools through our great state.  To appropriately acknowledge these significant contributions and to demonstrate its sincere appreciation to these individuals and groups of people.  The NSASSP proudly announces the creation of the NASSP "Jack E. Hallstrom" Friend of Education Award.  The award is named in honor of Mr. Jack E. Hallstrom whose exemplary dedication to students and whose service to and leadership in NSASSP mark him as a true Friend of Education, highly deserving of the honor bestowed with this award.
  2. Nominations.

    1. Any member of the NASSP Executive Board may nominate deserving individuals, business, and civic groups.
    2. Nominations must be received on or prior to the June meeting of the Executive Board.
    3. Nominations will be discussed at the Executive Board meetings in June and August, and all individuals on the board will be given the opportunity to speak in support of candidates.
    4. All nominations, along with letters of support for the nominee(s) will be reviewed by the NSASSP Executive Board, which will serve as the initial selection committee for the award.
    5. The NSASSP President, Past President, President-Elect, Secretary, and Public Relations Representative will make the final determination of the award recipient.
    6. Only one award will be given each year, providing that a suitable nominee is found deserving of the award.
    7. Announcement and awarding of the honor will be made at the October meeting, coinciding with the annual State Convention.
  3. Criteria.  Selection of the candidate may come from any of the following criteria.
    • Exemplary leadership in promoting public awareness of middle school and high school education.
    • Exemplary efforts providing special services and unique opportunities for students in middle schools and high schools.
    • Exemplary efforts becoming involved in middle school and high school education.
    • Exemplary efforts in support of the mission of middle schools and high schools, as well as the mission of NSASSP.
    • Significant, continued, and/or long-term contributions to the Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals.

  Committees

2010-11

NCSA Administrators' Days Planning Committee

Chad Denker (exp. 9-1-2012)
Seward High School
532 Northern Heights
Seward, NE 68434
402-643-2988
chad.denker@sewardschools.org

Randall Klooz (exp. 9-1-2012) term 2
Plainview Secondary School
PO Box 638
Plainview, NE 68769
402-582-4991
rklooz@esu8.org

Ryan Ricenbaw (exp. 9-1-2014) term 2
Waverly High School
13401 Amberly Road
Waverly, NE 68462
402-786-2765
rricenba@esu6.org

NCSA Legislative Committee

Don Hosick (exp. 9-1-2012) term 2
Minden Public Schools
520 West 3rd Street
Minden, NE 68959
308-832-2440
dhosick@esu11.org

Chad Denker (exp. 9-1-2013) term 2
Seward High School
532 Northern Heights
Seward, NE 68434
402-643-2988
chad.denker@connectseward.org


  Meeting Dates

NSASSP Executive Board
  • October 13, 2011 - Lazlo's South - Lincoln (4:30 pm)
  • December 1, 2011 - Younes Conference Center - Kearney (10:00 am)
  • April 3, 2012 - NCSA - Lincoln (4:00 pm)
  • July 25, 2012 - Holiday Inn - Kearney (10:00 am)

NSASSP State Convention
  • December 1-2, 2011 - Younes Conference Center - Kearney

NASSP National Convention
  •  March 8-10, 2012 - Tampa, FL

Region I Meetings
  • September 14, 2011 - Ruby Tuesday's - Lincoln
  • November 9, 2011 - Risky's - Beatrice
  • February 3, 2012 - Lincoln Stars Hockey Game (7:05 pm) - Lincoln
  • March 21, 2012 -- Seward Country Club (5:30 pm) - Seward
  • April 25, 2012 -- Evening w/ Friends (5:30 pm) - Milligan

Region II Meetings
  • September 1, 2011 - Millard North High School (2:00 pm) - Omaha
  • October 19, 2011 - Bel Aire Banquet Hall (5:00 p.m.) - Omaha
  • December 8, 2011 - Platteview High School (2:00 p.m.) - Springfield
  • January 25, 2012 - Bel Aire Banquet Hall (5:00 pm) - Omaha
  • February 24, 2012 - Papillion LaVista High School (2:00 p.m.) Papillion
  • April 25, 2012 - Bel Aire Banquet Hall (5:00 pm) - Omaha

Region III Meetings
  • September 28, 2011 -- NECC -- 2:00 pm -- Norfolk
  • November 16, 2011 -- NECC -- 2:00 pm -- Norfolk
  • March 7, 2012 -- NECC -- 2:00 pm -- Norfolk
  • April 25, 2012 -- Norfolk Country Club 5:00 pm - Norfolk

Region IV Meetings
  • September 28, 2011 -- Kearney Country Club -- 5:30 pm -- Kearney
  • November 16, 2011 TBD
  • February 1, 2012 -- Kneale Admin Bldg (Grand Island PUblic Schools) - 2:30 p.m. - Grand Island
  • April 18, 2012 - ESU #10 (2:30 p.m.) - Kearney

Region V Meetings
  • September 27, 2011 -- WNCC -- 9:00 am -- Sidney
  • January 31, 2012 -- Valentino's -- 9:00 am -- Ogallala
  • March 27, 2012 -- WNCC -- 9:00 am - Sidney

  Past Presidents

  • 2010 -11 - Randy Schlueter, Beatrice Middle School
  • 2009-10 - Kent McLellan, Morrill High School
  • 2008-09 - Ryan Ruhl, Norris Public Schools
  • 2007-08 - John Osgood, Minden Middle School
  • 2006-07 - Steve Morton, Norfolk High School
  • 2005-06 - Lynn Johnson, Arlington High School
  • 2004-05 - Troy Loeffelholz, Hastings Public School
  • 2003-04 - Lynn Moeller, Pierce High School
  • 2002-03 - Terry Haack, Elkhorn Senior High School
  • 2001-02 - Barry Stark, Norris Middle School
  • 2000-01 - Bruce Epstein, Ogallala Public Schools
  • 1999-00 - Cookie Katskee, Omaha Bryan Junior High School
  • 1998-99 - Brian Maher, Waverly High School
  • 1997-98 - Jerry Williams, Kimball High School
  • 1996-97 - Kent Mann, Grand Island Senior High School
  • 1995-96 - Alan Harms, Wisner-Pilger High School
  • 1994-95 - Steve Shanahan, Blair High School
  • 1993-94 - Galen Boldt, Norris High School
  • 1992-93 - Dale Kruse, Ogallala High School
  • 1991-92 - Dan Twarling, Holdrege High School
  • 1990-91 - Dick Cleveland, Battle Creek High School
  • 1989-90 - Jack Hallstrom, Omaha Northwest High School
  • 1988-89 - Bill Anderson, Crete High School
  • 1987-88 - Larry Roth, North Platte Middle School
  • 1986-87 - Rolland Aubert, Wood River High School
  • 1985-86 - Jeff Burkink, Norfolk Senior High School
  • 1984-85 - Lloyd "Bud" Boilesen, Bellevue West High School
  • 1983-84 - Russ Hicks, Tri-County High School
  • 1982-83 - LeRoy Hoehner, McCook Senior High School
  • 1981-82 - Les George, Omaha Benson High School
  • 1980-81 - Gerald Menke, Kearney Junior High School
  • 1979-80 - John Lammel, Millard South Senior High School
  • 1978-79 - Justin Roberts, North Platte Junior High School
  • 1977-78 - Jim Tangdall, Westside High School
  • 1976-77 - Harley Rector, Norfolk Junior High School
  • 1975-76 - Don Osborn, Cozad Senior High School
  • 1974-75 - D. James Friesen, Omaha Beveridge Junior High School
  • 1973-74 - Dick Sedlacek, North Platte Senior High School
  • 1972-73 - Paul C. Baker, Fremont Junior High School
  • 1971-72 - Elmer Murman, Hastings Senior High School
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