Prime Source Building Products of Kansas City offered a donation of several power tools for the Industrial Arts program in Seneca. The Nemaha Valley School Board accepted the donation valued at over $2,500. According to Nemaha Valley Teacher Bruce Stanley the tools will be used in the construction of several small buildings. A local couple has agreed to purchase the buildings which will be made by Nemaha Valley Students.
The board also accepted a cash donation from Pamida in the amount of $524.
In other business, the board approved a proposed technology plan that will be submitted to the Kansas State Department of Education for approval. Technology coordinator, Marcia Philbrick, presented a technology plan to replace the current plan which expires June 30, 2011. The board approved submitting the plan to the Kansas State Department of Education for approval.
Superintendent Darrel Kohlman evaluation will begin at the end of the first semester. Individual board members will complete an evaluation form. The evaluations will then be summarized at the January meeting