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Nebraska Association of School Administrators
An Affiliate of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators

Greg Barnes, President



 

The Nebraska Association of School Administrators (NASA) was one of the charter affiliates of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators (NCSA).  NASA is also affiliated with the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).

The GENERAL MISSION of NASA is to promote the welfare of educational administration and supervision and to promote professional activities for its membership.

The OBJECTIVES of this organization are:

  • To provide an opportunity for continuing study of the mutual professional problems facing school administrators;
  • To make its members aware of public educational issues;
  • To provide a forum for the discussion of such issues;
  • To formulate positions on such issues;
  • To establish close and continuous communication and cooperation in matters of mutual concern to all levels of school administrators;
  • To render appropriate professional assistance to the membership upon request;and
  • To cooperate with other organizations in the promotion of effective education.


 


  Executive Officers


 

President
Greg Barnes
Seward Public Schools
410 South St.
Seward, NE 68434
402-643-2941
greg.barnes@connectseward.org
President-Elect
Tim DeWaard
Centennial Public Schools
PO Box 187
Utica, NE 68456
402-641-5007
tim.dewaard@centennialpublic.org
Past President
Jack Moles
Johnson County Central
PO box 338
Tecumseh, NE 68450
402-335-3320
jack.moles@jccentral.org
     

Secretary
Clint Kimbrough
HTRS Public Schools
RR 1 Box 31
Humboldt, NE 68376
402-862-2235 
clintonkimbrough@htrstitans.org
 

NARSA Representative (8-31-2013)
Don Wagner
7 Camelot Way
Kearney, NE 68845
308-237-1913
ddwagner@frontiernet.net
 


 


  Officer Duties


 

President

  1. Assume office on September 1.
  2. Assume leadership role as President and voting member of Nebraska Association of School Administrators Executive Committee on September 1.
  3. Become a voting member of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators Executive Board on September 1.
  4. Continue to provide leadership for NASA in planning for and carrying out the Fall Convention with NASB. (Chair either NASA luncheon or main session; which ever is the most appropriate). Be available to be seated with NASB leaders at head table at both luncheons during NASB/NASA Fall Convention.
  5. Schedule and chair NASA Executive Committee meetings - usually two - the Wednesday of the NASB/NASA Convention, in conjunction with the Labor Relations Conference; Administrators' Days or as scheduled by the state officers. Conduct an annual NASA business meeting at the Fall Convention. Topics to be discussed - solicited from membership or appropriate because of needs and of the time.
  6. Serve as a delegate to the AASA Delegate Assembly or appoint an alternate with the assistance of the Past President and President-Elect.
  7. Appoint an AASA Liaison and legislative contact person when requested by NASA.
  8. Represent NASA in dealings with NASB and other professional organizations.
  9. Work closely with Regional Executive Committee members in order to solicit input from members, to receive names of members to serve on NASA and NCSA committees, and to effect needed communications.
  10. Disseminate information to all members through Regional Executive Committee members.
  11. Develop a budget for NASA for submission in June of each year to the NCSA Executive Committee. Present to NCSA Executive Board.
  12. Carry out any other duties which are required because of the circumstances at the time.

President-Elect

  1. Assume office on September 1.
  2. Become a voting member of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators Executive Board on September 1.
  3. Become a voting member of the Nebraska Association of School Administrators Executive Board as of September 1.
  4. Serve as Selection Committee Chairperson for selecting any awards for members.
  5. Serve on the Planning Committee for the following year's NASB/NASA Fall Convention. Will chair the Committee in even numbered years.
  6. Attend, if possible, the Spring American Association of School Administrators Leadership Conference.
  7. Preside at any meeting that the President cannot attend and handle such other duties as designated by the President.
  8. Serve as a delegate to the AASA Delegate Assembly or appoint an alternate with the assistance of the Past President and the President.

Past President

  1. Provide orientation to the newly elected NASA President-Elect.
  2. Assist in selecting the NCSA Distinguished Service Award winner(s) with other affiliate Past Presidents.

Secretary

  1. Attend all NASA Executive Committee Meetings and take all minutes.
  2. Prepare minutes for dissemination to Executive Committee Members and the NCSA Executive Director.
  3. NASA Secretary will reside in the same region which the President resides, and the Secretary will serve a one (1) year term.

NASA Retiree Member

A member of NARSA will serve a three (3) year term on the NASA Executive Committee. Said member to be appointed or selected by the NARSA affiliate of NCSA, will serve as a voting member of the NASA Executive Committee.

Regional Officers

  1. Schedule regional meetings.
  2. Establish agendas for regional meetings and conduct meetings.
  3. Senior Regional Executive Committee Member to serve as Chairperson, second in seniority to serve as Vice-Chairperson, and newest member to serve as Secretary for the regional meetings.
  4. Schedule a meeting of the members in a region prior to February 2 for the purpose of nominating a President-Elect of NASA.
  5. Select the new regional officer for the following school year and notify the NCSA office of this individual by May 1.
  6. Communicate needs of region to state NASA Executive Committee.
  7. Carry out Bylaws, Article IX.


 


  Regional Officers


 

Region 1    
     
Randy Page (2012)
Freeman Public Schools
418 8th Street
Adams, NE 68301
402-988-2525
rpage@freemanschools.net
Kyle McGowan (2013)
Crete Public Schools
920 Linden Ave.
Crete, NE 68333
402-826-5855
kylem@creteschools.org
 Brent Hollinger (2014)
Cross County Community Schools
PO Box 525
Stromsburg, NE 68666
402-764-5521
bhollinger@esu7.org
     
Region 2    
     
Steve Baker (2012)
Elkhorn Public Schools
PO Box 439
Elkhorn, NE 68022
402-289-2579
sbaker@epsne.org
Terry Haack (2013)
Bennington Public Schools
11620 N. 156th Street
Bennington, NE 68007
402-238-3044
thaack@esu3.org
Jane Stavem (2014)
Blair Community Schools
PO Box 288
Blair, NE 68008
402-426-2610
jane.stavem@blairschools.org
     
Region 3    
     
Ed Stansberry (2012)
Walkhill Public Schools
PO Box 3C
Walthill, NE 68067
402-846-5432
estansbe@esu1.org
Randy Anderson (2013)
Hartington Public Schools
PO Box 75
Hartington, NE 68739
402-254-3947
randers@esu1.org
Michael Sieh (2014)
Stanton Community Schools
PO Box 749
Stanton, NE 68779
402-439-2233
msieh@esu8.org
     
Region 4    
     
Pat Hoehner (2012)
University of Nebraska - Kearney
1615 W. 24th Street
Kearney, NE 68849
308-865-8441
hoehnerp@unk.edu
Brian Maher (2013)
Kearney Public Schools
310 W. 24th Street
Kearney, NE 68847
308-698-8002
brian.maher@kearneypublic.org
Wayne Ruppert (2014)
Sargent Public Schools
400 N. 5th Street
Sargent, NE 68874
308-527-4119
wruppert@esu10.org
     
Region 5    
     
Carl Dietz (2012)
Ogallala Public Schools
205 E. 6th Street
Ogallala, NE 69153
308-284-4060
carldietz@opsd.org
Mike Apple (2013)
Hitchcock County Schools
318 West D Street
Trenton, NE 69044
308-278-2131
mapple@hcfalcons.org
Dan Keyser (2014)
Sutherland Public Schools
401 Walnut
Sutherland, NE  69165
308-386-4656
dan.keyser@spssailors.org


 


  Bylaws


 

Article I - Election of Officers

Election of the President-Elect shall be by mail ballot. Any active member of the Association in good standing shall be eligible to hold office. Each region shall submit a nominee for President-Elect to the NASA President prior to February 2nd. The NASA Executive Committee (19 members) shall narrow the list of nominees to two people. The NASA membership will then elect the President-Elect by mail ballot. The nominees for President-Elect shall be from school districts with an NSAA school classification rank of 101 to the smallest high school district in odd numbered years and from school districts with an NSAA high school classification rank of 1 to 100 or from the remaining membership in even numbered years. Vacancies for any office will be filled by appointment by the Executive Committee until the next regular Association election. The election of the President-Elect shall be completed by March 1st.

Article II - Duties of Officers

Duties of officers may be found in the NASA Officers' Handbook.

Article III - Association Regions

The Nebraska Association of School Administrators shall be organized on a regional basis. The regions shall be designated as follows:

Region 1. Counties of Hamilton, Polk, Butler, Saunders, York, Seward, Lancaster, Clay, Filmore, Saline, Nuckolls, Thayer, Jefferson, Gage, Nemaha, Pawnee, and Richardson.

Region 2. Counties of Otoe, Cass, Sarpy, Douglas, Washington, Dodge, and Burt.

Region 3. Counties of Keya Paha, Boyd, Knox, Cedar, Dixon, Dakota, Brown, Rock, Holt, Antelope, Pierce, Wayne, Thurston, Boone, Madison, Stanton, Cuming, Platte, and Colfax.

Region 4. Counties of Blaine, Loup, Garfield, Wheeler, Custer, Valley, Greeley, Sherman, Howard, Nance, Merrick, Dawson, Buffalo, Hall, Gosper, Phelps, Kearney, Adams, Furnas, Harlan, Franklin, and Webster.

Region 5. Counties of Sioux, Dawes, Sheridan, Cherry, Box Butte, Scotts Bluff, Morrill, Garden, Grant, Hooker, Thomas, Arthur, McPherson, Logan, Banner, Kimball, Cheyenne, Deuel, Keith, Lincoln, Perkins, Chase, Hayes, Frontier, Dundy, Hitchcock, and Red Willow.

Article IV - Election of Regional Officers on Executive Committee

SECTION 1. These officers shall be elected on a regional basis by the active members attending a regularly scheduled region meeting. The election will be completed by April 15th. Vacancies shall be filled by appointment by the regional officers until the next regular election. No NASA state officer may serve concurrently as a regional officer.

SECTION 2. Three members shall be elected from each of the five regions of which one shall be a superintendent of a Class D or C school, one a superintendent of a Class B or A school and one member representing the remaining Association membership.

SECTION 3. Regional meetings for the purpose of electing Executive Committee representatives shall be called annually by the senior Executive Committee member of each respective region.

Article V - Duties Of Executive Committee

The Executive Committee shall be charged with the responsibility of formulating an effective program of work activities and public relations for the association directed at fulfilling the Association's stated objectives and of suggesting procedures and policies related thereto.

Article VI - Association Year

The Association year shall be from September 1 through August 31.

Article VII - Bylaws Amendments

Amendments or additions to these bylaws made be may at any meeting of the Executive Committee by a majority vote of members of said Executive Committee present and voting. A draft of the amendment or addition to these bylaws must be mailed to each member of the Executive Committee at least ten days prior to its presentation for adoption. The notice shall state the time and place of the presentation of such proposed amendment or addition.

Article VIII - NASA Delegate to AASA Delegate Assembly

SECTION 1. The Past President, President and President-Elect are designated as delegates to the AASA Delegate Assembly provided they are members in good standing with AASA. If one cannot attend, the Executive Committee will appoint a designated representative.

SECTION 2. Such additional AASA delegates as allocated for the NASA shall be elected in accordance with the by-laws of AASA.

Article IX - Recognition and Awards Program and Procedures

The responsibilities of the President-Elect is to coordinate a variety of NASA/AASA awards and the NCSA's Distinguished Service Award Program.

  1. AASA National Superintendent of the Year Program: All AASA superintendents have application packets. They must be mailed to AASA by the deadline set in the packet of materials. They are then mailed back to the state office (NCSA) in Nebraska. The President-Elect at the NASA Executive Committee meeting in Omaha during the NASB/NASA Convention will present the nominations to the Executive Committee. The NASA Executive Committee will select the Nebraska nominee for that year. The superintendent nominee must be a practicing superintendent in the State of Nebraska for a minimum of five (5) years.
  2. NASA Honor Awards: Each region will select and submit a NASA member to be honored at the fall NASB/NASA Convention to the President-Elect by the last Friday in October. Criteria includes longevity of service, outstanding achievement, and contributions to education in Nebraska. Nominations should be submitted to the regional chairperson, and acted on by the individual regions. It is recommended that no more than (1) honoree be selected from each region. If for some reason there is a tie or the region wishes to submit more than (1) honoree, the President-Elect, President, and the Past President will make the decision on if a region can submit more than (1) honoree. This request must be made by the region chairperson.
  3. NCSA Honor Award: This award(s) is to honor an administrator who has given exemplary service to the State and to the Association. All NCSA members will receive a nomination form. A panel of current Past Presidents of the umbrella organization (NCSA) will select the honorees who will be acknowledged at Administrators' Days in August.
  4. AASA Distinguished Service Award: Up to five individuals are honored annually at the National AASA Convention. Nomination forms have to be requested from AASA and submitted by either AASA or state Executives and/or Officers. Nominees must be retired, have been an AASA member for at least 10 years, and rendered exemplary service at local state, and national levels. Nominations must be received at AASA office for each year's award cycle by September 15. Should you feel a Nebraska AASA member merits consideration for this award, contact the President-Elect or the Executive Director of NCSA sometime during the present year so that person can be nominated as one of the following year's recipients.
  5. NASA Distinguished Service Award (Longevity): The Distinguished Service Award is to give an individual recognition for years as a NASA/NCSA member. The recognition plaque will be given at the annual meeting held in Omaha in November. The Distinguished Service Award will be given for (15) years, (20) years, (25) years and for (30) years as a NASA/NCSA  member. Awards are presented in the coresponding year of service.

  Constitution


 

(Revised November 1991)

Article I - Name

This Association is an affiliate of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators. It shall be called, "The Nebraska Association of School Administrators."

Article II - Objective

The Association shall promote the general welfare of educational administration and supervision and promote professional activities for the members.

The objectives of this organization are: to provide an opportunity for continuing study of the mutual professional problems facing school administrators; to make its members aware of public educational issues; to provide a forum for the discussion of such issues; to formulate positions on such issues; to establish close and continuous communication and cooperation in matters of mutual concern to all levels of school administrators; to render appropriate professional assistance to the membership upon request; and to cooperate with other organizations in the promotion of effective education.

Article III - Membership

SECTION 1. Membership in the Nebraska Association of School Administrators shall be through active membership in the Nebraska Council of School Administrators.

SECTION 2. All persons shall be eligible for active membership who hold the appropriate Nebraska Administrative and Supervisory Certificates; who meet the requirements for membership in their national affiliate organization, and who in addition qualify under one or more subheads of this section:

A.

  1. County superintendents and educational service unit administrators and their administrative assistant.
  2. Chief administrators and administrative assistants of area community and vocational-technical colleges.
  3. Superintendents and administrative assistants of any public or nonpublic school system.

B.

  1. The State Commissioner of Education and members of the Department of Education administrative staff.
  2. Administrators or staff members of the Department of Education of any approved teacher training institution of Nebraska.

C.

  1. Any principal and/or administrative assistants.

D.

  1. Any full-time graduate student in Educational Administration may become an associate member.

SECTION 3. Honorary members of the Association may be appointed by the Executive Committee.

Article IV - Officers

SECTION 1. The officers of this Association shall be a President, a President-Elect, and a Secretary to be elected at large from the membership by mail ballot. Each term of office shall be for a period of one year. The officers of the Nebraska Association of School Administrators shall be members of the Executive Board of both the Nebraska Association of School Administrators and the Nebraska Council of School Administra-tors.

SECTION 2. The activities of the Nebraska Association of School Administrators and the Nebraska Council of School Administrators shall be coordinated.

Article V - Executive Committee

The Executive Committee of the Association shall consist of the elected officers, the immediate Past-President and fifteen additional members who shall be composed of three representatives from each of the five Association regions. The Executive members shall be elected to three-year terms, five members being elected annually.

Article VI - Committees

The President shall appoint such standing and/or temporary committees as may be deemed desirable or as may be recommended by the Executive Committee or by the membership acting in business session.

Article VII - Meetings

All meetings of the Nebraska Association of School Administrators shall be designated by the President or the Executive Committee and scheduled with the Executive Director of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators.

Article VIII - Referendum

The Secretary must submit for referendum vote any proposition (including amendments to the constitution or bylaws) that has written endorsement of fifteen percent of the active membership of the Association or that is ordered by the Executive Committee.

Article IX - Amendments

This constitution may be amended:

  1. by a two-thirds affirmative vote of the active membership present and voting at any business session of the Association (see ARTICLE VII MEETINGS) provided that the proposed amendment has been read to the membership and has been submitted in writing to the Secretary at a previous business session; or
  2. by the referendum vote provided that at least sixty-five percent of the members file ballots and that a majority of the votes shall be in favor of the amendment; or, if the total vote be less than sixty-five percent provided that the number of affirmative votes cast shall be greater in number than one-half the current active membership.

(It is the intention of paragraph "A" to permit an amendment to be presented at one business session and the vote to be taken at another business session later in the day or days during a scheduled meeting of the Association.)


 


  Committees


 

Administrators' Days Planning Committee
     
Terry Haack (exp 9-1-2012) term 2
Bennington Public Schools
11620 N. 156th St.
Bennington, NE 68007
402-238-3044
thaack@esu3.org
Drew Harris (exp 9-1-2014) term 2
Thayer Central Community Schools
1020 Eads PO Box 9
Hebron, NE 68370
402-768-6117
drew.harris@thayercentral.org
Troy Unzicker (exp 9-1-2013) term 2
Kimball Public Schools
901 S. Nadine
Kimball, NE 69145
308-235-2188
tunzick@panesu.org
     
Leadership Development Committee
     
Kyle McGowan (exp 9-1-2012) term 2
Crete Public Schools
920 Linden Ave.
Crete, NE 68333
402-826-5855
kylem@creteschools.org
   
     
NCSA Legislative Committee
     
Brian Maher (exp 9-1-2014) term 2
Kearney Public Schools
310 W. 24th Street
Kearney, NE 68847
308-698-8005
brian.maher@kearneypublic.org
Jane Stavem (exp 9-1-2013)
Blair Community Schools
PO Box 288
Blair, NE 68008
402-426-2610
jane.stavem@blairschools.org
Jeff West (exp 9-1-2014)
ESU #13
4215 Ave. I
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
308-635-3696
jwest@esu13.org
     
Keith Lutz (9-1-2013) term 2
Millard Public Schools
5606 S. 147th Street
Omaha, NE 68137
402-895-8204
kelutz@mpsomaha.org
Mike Teahon (9-1-2013) term 2
Gothenburg Public Schools
1322 Ave I
Gothenburg, NE 69138
308-537-3651
mteahon@esu10.org
Kyle McGowan (9-1-2013) term 2
Crete Public Schools
920 Linden Ave.
Crete, NE 68333
402-826-5855
kylem@creteschools.org
     
NASA-NASB Joint Conference Committee
     
Bob Uhing (exp 9-1-2012)
ESU #1
211 Tenth Street
Wakefield, NE 68784
402-287-2061
buhing@esu1.org
Robin Sevens (exp 9-1-2012)
Schuyler Community Schools
401 Adam Street
Schuyler, NE 68661
402-352-2421
rstevens@esu7.org
Jeff West (exp 9-1-2013) term 2
ESU #13
4215 Ave. I
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
308-635-3696
jwest@esu13.org
     
Bill Mowinkel (exp 9-1-2014) term 2
Northwest High School
2710 N. North Road
Grand Island, Ne 68803
308-385-6398
bmowinke@esu10.org
Curtis Cogswell (exp 9-1-2014) term 2
McCool Junction Public Schools
PO Box 278
McCool Junction, NE 68401
402-724-2231
ccogswel@esu6.org
Trudy Clark (exp 9-1-2012) term 2
Bruning-Davenport Unified District
PO Box 70
Bruning, NE 68322
402-353-4445
tclark@esu6.org
     
Jeff Edwards (exp 9-1-2014) term 2
Nebraska City Public Schools
215 N. 12th Street
Nebraska City, NE 68410
402-873-6033
jedwards@esu4.org
Jody Isernhagen (exp 9-1-2013) term 2
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
141 TEAC
Lincoln, NE 68588
402-472-7211
jisernhagen3@unl.edu
Brian Gegg (exp 9-1-2013) term 2
Weeping Water Public Schools
PO Box 206
Weeping Water, NE 68463
402-267-2445
bgegg@esu3.org
     
Labor Relations Conference Committee
     
Caroline Winchester (exp 9-1-2012)
Chadron Public Schools
602 E. 10th
Chadron, NE 69337
308-432-0700
caroline.winchester@chadronschools.net
Fred Helmink (exp 9-1-2014)
Fairbury Public Schools
703 K Street
Fairbury, NE 68352
402-729-6104
fhelmink@fairburyjeffs.org
Renee Hyde (exp 9-1-2013) term 2
Papillion-LaVista Public Schools
420 S. Washington Street
Papillion, NE 68046
402-537-9998
rhyde@paplv.org
     
Kevin Wingard (exp 9-1-2013) term 2
Milford Public Schools
1200 W. 1st Box C
Milford, NE 68405
402-761-3321
kwingard@esu6.org
Paul Sheffield (exp 9-1-2014)
Exeter-Milligan Public Schools
Box 139
Exeter, NE 68351
402-266-5911
psheffle@emwolves.net
Tobin Buchanan (exp 9-1-2014) term 2
Perkins County Schools
PO Box 809
Grant, NE 69140
308-352-4735
tobin_buchanan@pcs.esu16.org
     


 


  Award Programs


 

AASA Distinguished Service Award
(Presented each year at the National Convention)

Up to five individuals are honored annually at the National AASA Convention. Nomination forms have to be requested from AASA and submitted by either AASA or State Executives and/or Officers. Nominees must be retired and have been an AASA member for at least 10 years, and rendered exemplary service at local, state, and national levels. Nominations must be received at the AASA office for each year's award cycle by September 15. Should you feel a Nebraska AASA member merits consideration for this award, contact the President-Elect or the Executive Director of NCSA sometime during the present year so that person can be nominated as one of the following year's recipients.

AASA Superintendent of the Year Program
(Presented each year in November at the NASB/NASA Convention - Luncheon)

All AASA superintendents receive nomination forms. They must be mailed to AASA by the deadline set by AASA. Those nominees then receive an application packet from AASA. The completed applications are then mailed back to the state office (NCSA) in Nebraska. The President-Elect at the NASA Executive Committee meeting during Administrators' Days will present the nominations to the Executive Committee. The NASA Executive Committee will select the Nebraska nominee for that year. Recognition will be at Administrator's Days as well as the NASB/NASA State Convention.

NASA Honor Awards
(Presented each year in November at NASB/NASA Convention - Luncheon)

Each region will select and submit a NASA member to be honored at the Fall NASB/NASA Convention to the President-Elect by the last Friday in October. Criteria includes longevity of service, outstanding achievement, and contributions to education in Nebraska. Nominations should be submitted to the regional chairperson, and acted on by the individual regions. It is recommended that no more than (1) honoree be selected from each region. If for some reason there is a tie or the region wishes to submit more than (1) honoree, the President-Elect, President and the Past-President will decide whether a region can submit more than (1) honoree. This request must be made by the region chairperson.

NASA Distinguished Service Award (Longevity)
 

(Presented each year in November at NASA/NASB State Conference - General Meeting)

NASA Distinguished Service Award (Longevity): The Distinguished Service Award is to give an individual recognition for years as a NASA/NCSA member. The recognition plaque will be given at the annual meeting held in Omaha in November. The Distinguished Service Award will be given for (15) years, (20) years, (25) years and for (30) years as a NASA/NCSA  member.Awards are presented in the coresponding year of service.


  Meeting Dates


 

2011-12

Executive Committee
 

  • November 16, 2011 - NASB/NASA State Convention (noon), LaVista Embassy Suites, Omaha
  • November 18, 2011 - NASA General Membership Mtg (9:00 am), LaVista Embassy Suites, Omaha
  • February 6, 2012 - Labor Relations (5:00 p.m.), Younes Conference Center, Kearney
  • July 25, 2012 - Administrators' Days (5:00 p.m.), Holiday Inn, Kearney

National Convention
    February 16-19, 2012 -- Houston, TX

Region I Meetings
 

  • September 14, 2011 -- Harding & Shultz - Lincoln (4:00 pm)
  • October 19, 2011 - Evening With Friends - Milligan (4:00 pm)
  • January 11, 2012 - Ameritas - Lincoln (5:00 pm)
  • April 18, 2012 - Hillcrest Country Club (1:00 pm)

Region II Meetings

  • October 18, 2011 - Elkhorn Public Schools, (12:00 p.m.) Elkhorn
  • May 15, 2012 - TBD


Region III Meetings

  • October 19, 2011 - Wayne State College, (9:00 a.m.) Wayne
  • March 28, 2012 - Lifelong Learning Center (9:00 a.m.) Norfolk


Region IV Meetings

  • October 12, 2011 - ESU #10, (10:00 a.m.) Kearney
  • January 11, 2012 - ESU #10, (10:00 a.m.) Kearney
  • March 13, 2012 - ESU #10, (10:00 a.m.) Kearney


Region V Meetings

  • October 19, 2011 - Community Center, (10:00 a.m. MST) Bridgeport
  • February 1, 2012 - Westside Events Center (12:00 p.m. MST) Alliance
  • April 3, 2012 - Quality Inn and Convention Center (12:00 p.m. MST) Ogallala
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