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Meeting to Discuss Bern School’s Future

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Concerned citizens filled the Bern Attendance Center Monday evening to listen and discuss a proposal to close the Bern school.  The crowd included students, parents, business owners, community leaders and residents of the Bern area. The Prairie Hills USD 113 Board of Education has proposed closing both the Bern and Summerfield Schools to improve the financial situation of the district.  ... Read More »

Stadium Repair Fund Reaches $97,400

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The committee also talked with Christy Davis of Davis Preservation, Topeka, about applying for tax credits and a grant through the Kansas State Historical Society.  Davis said the stadium and school are eligible to be listed on the national and state registers of historic places. If the stadium and school are added to the registers, the stadium restoration group can ... Read More »

Agenda Released for School Closing Meetings

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The agenda has been released for the Bern and Summerfield meetings to discuss school closures. The meetings will open with a review of what has been done to get patron input.  That will be followed by a presentation on the board’s proposal for closing the two schools. The board will provide paper for written comments from patrons.  Following the written ... Read More »

Process For Conducting Hearings To Close Bern & Summerfield Schools

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The following are the procedures for conducting the public hearings about closing the Bern & Summerfield schools in USD 113 Prairie Hills Public Schools. For details about the meetings please check these stories: Agenda Released for School Closing Meetings The Board of Education shall: Review what has been done to get patron input into process. There will be a presentation by ... Read More »

USD 223 Board Position Open

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USD 223 Linn, Hanover, Barnes School District will be accepting applications for a vacant school board position.  Daryl Bott, District 3 representative has resigned.  Bott accepted a job as the Linn High School Boys assistant basketball coach.  A board member cannot be employed by the school district.  Bott joined the board in 2009. Applications will be accepted after the required ... Read More »

Washington County Election Results

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In Washington County, just 23% of registered voters turned out, with most races for school boards and city positions largely uncontested. Kenneth Johnson and Dana CeCerle are tied with 67 votes for position three, USD 108 Washington County School Board.  Jill Hoover defeated Rob Baker for position seven with 62% of the ballots. Vic Wilson won Hanover Mayor, with 55% ... Read More »

Nemaha and B&B choose interim consolidation board members

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Seven members have been appointed to an interim board of education that will serve if voters approve a consolidation of the Nemaha Valley and B & B school districts. Nemaha Valley School District Superintendent Darrel Kohlman says his board appointed 4 members to the board during a special meeting Tuesday evening. They include Kate Hanni, Ilene Enneking, Duane Osborne and ... Read More »

B & B takes first official step to consolidation

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The B & B USD 451 school board and the Nemaha Valley USD 442 school board each approved a resolution Monday to begin formal consolidation planning. Administration for the schools hope the consolidation question will be ready for a public vote during the November general election. To meet requirements for consolidation for the 2011-2012 school year the resolution for consolidation ... Read More »

USD 488 hold school consolidation informational meeting

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Consolidation was the topic of a meeting held at the Axtell Gym Wednesday night. Superintendent Bob Bartkowski began the meeting with a presentation of the current options available to the Axtell, Bern, Summerfield School District. Superintendent Bartkowski made it clear to the crowd of approximately 70 people that the school district was prepared to function for one more year on ... Read More »