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USD 115 board tours building projects
04/15/2019

(KMZA)--Members of the Nemaha Central School Board toured the addition connecting the district’s two schools and the new greenhouse prior to the regular meeting last week.  

Three sections of fifth grade and the high school health class are planned to be in the new classrooms. Both projects will be ready for occupancy before classes begin in August.

Following the tour, the meeting resumed at the district office where members received preliminary information from representatives of Willdan Performance Engineering. They have been on site at both buildings to analyze the performance and life expectancy of the HVAC systems.

The study has been free of charge to this point. The next step will entail designing a long-term facilities plan, projected costs and final pricing for their services.

Superintendent Darrel Kohlman shared results of the wrestling survey presented to middle school students. No action was taken by the board members who are concerned about the sustainability of the program based on current interest.

Kohlman also reported that the USD 115 app is close to being complete. The app will replace the current Textcaster which has been sponsored by Community National Bank.

The bank has agreed to partially sponsor the new app and will receive credit as they did on Textcaster.

 

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