Nebraska Association of School Administrators

Mike Sieh, 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
Mike Sieh
Stanton Community Schools
PO Box 749
Stanton, NE 68779
402-439-2233
msieh@esu8.org
President-Elect
John Skretta
Norris School District 160
25211 South 68th Street
Firth, NE 68358
402-791-0000
john.skretta@nsdtitans.org

Past President
Mike Apple
Ogallala Public Schools
801 East O Street
Ogallala, NE 69153
308-284-4060
mikeapple@opsd.org
 
Secretary
Shawn Scott T2
Adams Central Public Schools
PO Box 1088
Hastings, NE 68902
402-463-3285
shawn.scott@adams-central.org
NARSA Representative
 



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.

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
Paul Sheffield (2017)
Exeter-Milligan Public Schools
PO Box 139
Exeter, NE 68351
402-266-5911
psheffie@emwolves.net
Mitch Kubicek (2018)
Milford Public Schools
Box C, 1200 West 1st
Milford, NE  68405
402-761-3321
mkubicek@milfordpublicschools.org

Mitch Kubicek (2019)
Milford Public Schools
Box C, 1200 West 1st
Milford, NE 68405
402-761-3321
mkubicek@milfordpublicschools.org

Region 2
Blane McCann (2017)
Westside Community Schools
909 S 76th Street
Omaha, NE 68114
402-390-2100
mccann.blane@westside66.net

Ken Heinz (2018)
Weeping Water Public Schools
PO Box 206
Weeping Water, NE 68463
402-267-2445
kheinz@weepingwaterps.org

Brett Richards (2019)
Springfield Platteview Community Schools
14801 S 108th Street
Springfield, NE  68059
402-592-1300
brichards@springfieldplatteview.org

Region 3
Vern Fisher (2017)
South Sioux City Community Schools
PO Box 158
South Sioux City, NE 68776
402-494-2425
vern.fisher@ssccardinals.org

Dale Martin (2018)
Nebraska Unified #1
PO Box 248
Orchard, NE 68764
402-893-2068
dalemartin@neunified1.org

Troy Loeffelholz (2019)
Columbus Public Schools
2508 27th Street
Columbus, NE  68601
402-563-7000
loeffelholzt@discoverers.org
Region 4
Jason Alexander (2017)
Ord Public Schools
PO Box 199
Ord, NE 68862
308-728-5013
jalexander@ordps.org
Dick Meyer (2018)
University of Nebraska-Kearney
1615 W 24th Street
Kearney, NE  68849
308-865-8844

meyerdc@unk.edu

Shawn Scott (2019)
Adams Central Public Schools
PO Box 1088
Hastings, NE 68902
(402) 463-3285
shawn.scott@adams-central.org

Region 5
Travis Miller (2017)
Bayard Public Schools
PO Box 607
Bayard, NE 69334
402-586-1700
travis.miller@bpstigers.org
Caroline Winchester (2018)
Chadron Public Schools
602 East 10th Street
Chardon, NE  69337
308-432-0700
caroline.winchester@chadronschools.net
Paula Sissel (2019)
Garden County Schools
PO Box 230
Oshkosh, NE 69154
308-772-3242
psissel@gceagles.org



Bylaws

(Revised February 2013, July 2015, April 2016, November 2016)

Article I - Election of Officers

Election of the President-Elect shall be conducted by U.S. Postal Service or electronic 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 1st each year.  Each nominee will present a resume to the NASA President prior to March 1st of the election year.  The NASA Executive Board shall narrow the list of nominees to two candidates.  Any candidate for President-Elect who is also a member of the NASA Executive Board may remain in the meeting during discussion of candidates and may participate in the vote to select the two candidates.  The NASA membership will then elect the President-Elect by U.S. Postal Service or electronic 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 Board until the next regular Association election.  The election of the President-Elect shall be completed by May 10th.

Article II - Duties of Officers

The following shall be the NASA state officers:

A.  President

    1. Assume office on September 1;
    2. Assume leadership role as President and voting member of Nebraska Association of School Administrators Executive Board 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 NASB/NASA State Conference.  (Chair either NASA luncheon or main session; which ever is the most appropriate).  Be available to be seated with NASB and NASA leaders at head table at both luncheons during NASB/NASA State Conference;
    5. Schedule and chair NASA Executive Board meetings:  the Wednesday of the NASB/NASA State Conference; in conjunction with the NASBO State Convention, and in conjunction with Administrators’ Days; or as otherwise scheduled by the state officers.  Conduct an annual NASA General Membership business meeting at the NASB/NASA State Conference;
    6.  Attend the AASA Leadership Conference;
    7. Serve on the AASA Governing Board;
    8. Appoint NASA members to fill vacancies on NASA and NCSA committees;
    9. Develop a budget for NASA for submission to the NCSA office; and
    10. Carry out any other duties that are required.

B.  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. Attend the AASA Leadership Conference; and
    5. Serve on the AASA Governing Board; Preside at any meeting that the President cannot attend and handle such other duties as designated by the President.

C.  Past President 

    1. Provide orientation to the newly elected NASA President-Elect;
    2. Attend the AASA Leadership Conference;
    3. Serve on the AASA Governing Board;
    4. Assist in selecting the NCSA Distinguished Service Award winner(s) with other affiliate Past Presidents.

D.  Secretary

    1.  Attend all NASA Executive Board Meetings and take all minutes;
    2. Prepare minutes for dissemination to Executive Board Members and the NCSA Executive Director.

E.  NASA Retired Member

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

F.  Regional Officers

    1. Schedule regional meetings;
    2. Establish agendas for regional meetings and conduct meetings;
    3. Schedule a meeting of the members in a region prior to February 1st for the purpose of nominating a candidate for President-Elect of NASA;
    4. Select the new regional officer for the following school year and notify the NCSA office of this individual by May 1st;
    5. Communicate needs of region to state NASA Executive Board; and
    6. Carry out Bylaws, Article IX. 

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, Fillmore, 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.  Three officers from each region shall be elected on a regional basis by the active members attending a regularly scheduled region meeting. The election will be completed by May 10th. 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. It is recommended that slates for regional officer elections be balanced according to school district size to the extent possible. 

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 Board 

The NASA Executive Board 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 to these bylaws may be made at any meeting of the Executive Board by a majority vote of members of said Executive Board present and voting. A draft of the amendment to these bylaws must be sent to each member of the Executive Board 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.

Article VIII - NASA Delegates to AASA Governing Board

SECTION 1. The Past President, President and President-Elect are designated as delegates to the AASA Governing Board provided they are members in good standing with AASA.  If one cannot attend or is not eligible to attend, the President will appoint a designated representative.  In the event AASA membership from Nebraska does not meet AASA requirements for three representatives, then NASA President and President-Elect will represent Nebraska.

SECTION 2. Such additional AASA delegates as allocated for the NASA shall be appointed by the President.

Article IX - Recognition and Awards Program and Procedures

The responsibility of the President is to coordinate the NASA/AASA Award Program.

A. AASA National Superintendent of the Year Program: Each region is encouraged to nominate one candidate for the Superintendent of the Year Program.  Additional nominations may be made from the NASA general membership.  The nominee must be a practicing superintendent in the State of Nebraska for a minimum of five (5) years, and a member of AASA.  A nomination form shall be made available from NCSA that will require basic information from the nominee and will require the attachment of the nominee’s current resume.  The NASA President shall facilitate and promote a full discussion on the qualifications of all candidates for this award during the course of the NASA Executive Board meeting in conjunction with the NASBO State Convention.  The NASA Executive Board will select the Nebraska nominee for each year.  An affirmative majority vote of those voting is required to select the final nominee.  Any nominee who is also a member of the NASA Executive Board shall recuse himself/herself from the discussion and selection meeting and process.  The nominee selected by the NASA Executive Board will be required to complete the AASA Superintendent of the Year application at the earliest practicable time and submit it to NCSA.  The NCSA will forward the application to AASA.  The applications for all unsuccessful candidates for this award shall be carried forward for consideration in the following year’s award selection process.  The NASA Executive Board shall provide a voucher to the nominee for purposes of defraying expenses, not otherwise covered, to the AASA Gala for the Superintendent of the Year Program.

B. NASA Honor Awards:  Each region will select and submit a NASA member to be honored at the fall NASB/NASA State Conference to the President-Elect by the last Friday in October and the President-Elect shall forward the names to the NCSA office. Criteria include 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. 

C. NASA Longevity Award:  The Longevity Award is designed to give current NASA members recognition for years of service as an 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, (30) years, (35) years, and (40) years as an NCSA member.  Awards are presented in the corresponding year of service.


Constitution

 

(Revised November 1991, February 2013, August 2015)

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 in conjunction with 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, and who in addition qualify under one or more of the following:

A. Superintendents of any public or nonpublic school system;

B. Any central office administrator;

C. Educational service unit administrators and directors;

D. Chief administrators and professors of Nebraska higher education institutions; and

E. The Commissioner of Education and directors of the Nebraska Department of Education.

Article IV - State Officers

SECTION 1. The state officers of this Association shall be a President, President-Elect, Past President, and Secretary.  The President-elect shall be elected at large from the membership by U.S. Postal Service or electronic mail ballot.  The Secretary shall be appointed by the Executive Board.  Each term of office shall be for a period of one year, except for the office of Secretary, which shall be a period of two years.  The state officers of the Nebraska Association of School Administrators shall be voting members of the NASA Executive Board.  The NASA President, President-Elect, and Past President shall also serve as voting members of the Nebraska Council of School Administrators Executive Board.

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

Article V - Executive Board

The Executive Board of the Association shall consist of the state officers, the NARSA Representative, 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 Board 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 Board 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 Board.

Article IX - Amendments

This Constitution may be amended by an affirmative two-thirds vote of those voting at any regular or special meeting of the NASA Executive Board provided that any such amendment is sent to each member of the Board at least ten (10) days prior to such meeting and vote.  If approved by the NASA Executive Board, the amendment also must be approved by the NASA active membership by an affirmative vote of those voting through an election via U.S. Postal Service or electronic ballot.

 



Committees

 

Administrators' Days Planning Committee
Jane Davis (Exp 9-1-17)t1
Hershey Public Schools
PO Box 369
Hershey, NE 69143
308-368-5574
jdavis@hpspanthers.org
Mike Meyerle (Exp 9-1-17)t1
Diller-Odell Public Schools
PO Box 188
Odell, NE 69415
402-766-4210
mmeyerle@dillerodell.org
Margaret Sandoz (Exp 9-1-18)t1
Niobrara Public Schools
PO Box 310
Niobrara, NE 68760
402-857-3322
msandoz@esu1.org
     
NCSA Legislative Committee
Jim Sutfin (exp 9-1-19)t2
Millard Public Schools
5606 S. 147th Street
Omaha, NE 68137
402-715-8200
jsutfin@mpsomaha.org
Vern Fisher (exp 9-1-19)t2
South Sioux City Community Schools
210 W. 39 Street
So. Sioux City, NE 68776
402-494-2425
vern.fisher@ssccardinals.org

Matt Fisher (exp 9-1-17)t1
Northwest Public Schools
2710 N. North Rd
Grand Island, NE 68803
308-385-6394
mfisher@ginorthwest.org

 
Andy Rikli (exp 9-1-17)t1
Papillion-LaVista Public Schools
420 S. Washington
Papillion, NE 68046
402-537-9998
arikli@paplv.org

Grant Norgaard (exp 9-1-19)t1
McCook Public Schools
700 W. 7th Street
McCook, NE 69001
308-345-2510
gnorgaard@mccookbison.org

Tim Heckenlively (exp 9-1-19)t2
Falls City Public Schools
PO Box 129
Falls City, NE 68355
402-245-2825
theckenlively@fallscityps.org
     
NASA-NASB Joint Conference Committee
Ginger Meyer (exp 9-1-19)t1
Scribner-Snyder Community Schools

Box L 400 Pebble
Scribner, NE 68057
402-664-2151
gingermeyer@sstrojans.org

John Poppert (exp 9-1-19) t1
St Paul Public Schols
1305 Howard Ave
St Paul, NE 68873
308-754-4433
jpoppert8@gmail.com 

Pat Nauroth (exp 9-1-18)t1
Beatrice Public Schools
320 N 5th St
Beatrice, NE 68310
402-223-1500
pnauroth@bpsnebr.org
 
Mark Lenihan (exp 9-1-17)
Wayne Community Schools
611 W. 7th St
Wayne, NE 68787
402-375-3150
malenih1@waynebluedevils.org
 
Dan Keyser (exp 9-1-17)
Sutherland Public Schools
PO Box 217
Sutherland, NE 69165
308-386-4656
dan.keyser@spssailors.org
Joel Bohlken (exp 9-1-18)t1
Palmer Public Schools
PO Box 248
Palmer, NE 68864
308-894-3065
jbohlken@esu7.org
 
Chip Kay (exp 9-1-17)
Shelby-Rising City Public Schools
PO Box 218
Shelby, NE 68662
402-527-5946
ckay@esu7.org
Jeff Smith (exp 9-1-19)t1
Oakland Craig Public Schools
309 N. Davis
Oakland, NE 68045
402-685-5661
jsmith@ocknights.org

Dr. Richard E. Hasty  (exp 9-1-19)t1
Plattsmouth Community Schools
1912 East Hwy 34
Plattsmouth, NE 68048
402-296-3361
rhasty@pcsd.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 the NASBO State Convention 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

2016-17

Executive Committee

  • November 16, 2016 - State Education Conference, Embassy Suites, LaVista
  • April 20, 2017 - NASBO State Convention, Cornhusker Marriott, Lincoln
  • July 26, 2017 - Administrators' Days, Younes Conference Center, Kearney

National Convention

  • March 2-4, 2017 - New Orleans, LA

Region I Meetings

  • October 19, 2016 - KSB School Law, (5:00 p.m.) Lincoln
  • January 1, 2017 - Ameritas, (5:00 pm) Lincoln
  • April 14, 2017 - Hillcrest Country Club, (9:00 am) Lincoln

Region II Meetings

  • September 23, 2016 - ESU #3, (12:00 p.m.) Omaha
  • December 13, 2016 - ESU #3, (12:00 p.m.) Omaha
  • January 31, 2017 - ESU #3, (12:00 p.m.) Omaha
  • March 30, 2017 - ESU #3, (12:00 p.m.) Omaha

Region III Meetings

  • October 19, 2016 - Divots, Norfolk
  • January 12, 2017 - NCSA Office, Lincoln
  • April 27, 2017 - Wayne State College, Wayne

Region IV Meetings

  • October 12, 2016 - ESU #10, (10:00 a.m.) Kearney
  • January 11, 2017 - ESU #10, (10:00 a.m.) Kearney
  • March 15, 2017 - ESU #10, (10:00 a.m.) Kearney

Region V Meetings

  • October 19, 2016 - Prairie Wind Event Center (10:00 a.m. MT), Bridgeport
  • January 24, 2017 - Alliance Public Schools Administration Building (10:00 a.m. MT), Alliance
  • March 28, 2017 - Quality Inn Conference Room in Ogallala (following ESU 15&16 ADCO mtg)(lunch at noon MT with mtg at 1:00 p.m. MT), Ogallala
 
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