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Falls City Board of Education meets

(KLZA)--The Falls City Board of Education received a presentation from Julie Bauman, CPA, explaining the districts audit report for the 2022-23 fiscal year when they met Monday evening.

Included was the Auditors report, a statement of financial position, a statement of activities and a review of the expenditures of federal awards.

The Board accepted the audit during the meeting.

Superintendent Tim Heckenlively reported that the Educators Health Alliance of which the Falls City Public Schools are a part, approved the 2024-25 school year rates. Nearly every Nebraska school district now utilizes the alliance for health and dental coverage.

The premium increase will be 1.99% which is well below the national average. The rates are for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska.

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