NEBRASKA CITY – U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer has scheduled a visit to Nebraska City Public School’s Career Academy in downtown Nebraska City.
Sen. Fischer’s visit is set on Feb. 19. The Career Academy opened with 28 students in 2016 with construction and welding classes, as well as a technology lab.
Academies earn both high school and Southeast Community College credits.
At Monday’s school board meeting, member Stacie Higgins reported on a student field trip to Washington, D.C.
She said students talked with Nebraska lawmakers on Capital Hill regarding career education and federal programs intended to promote teacher effectiveness.
The board accepted resignations from three teachers. School ssychologist Jessica Boone, music teacher Marcus Price, and 4th grade teacher Sally Emmons. They will all be departing at the end of the school year.
The board is planning a retreat before the next meeting on March 12.