NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City School Board was updated on activities and programs at its April 9 meeting.
Student Council member Chloe Higgins reported that the Youth Advisory Committee recently received a grant from the Nebraska City Community Foundation to fund a project to develop a youth leadership curriculum.
This project addresses the need for leadership skills training for those students who are not members of a national organization.
FFA President Sabrina Wampler said her group has earned its state chapter degree and will be holding its annual banquet on Friday, April 13. Also, the Quiz Bowl team competed at state this week.
Mr. Gaswick recapped upcoming events at Northside : EDGE reading night is April 17, the PTO color run is April 20, and kindergarten roundup April 20. Field trips will start the last week of April.
Mr. Taylor invited everyone to the 6, 7 & 8th grade vocal concerts on May 1 at the middle school.
In other board news, the application for Elizabeth Purdham was accepted for the position of music teacher at Hayward. The resignations of middle school math teacher Ms. Kepler and second grade teachere Mrs. Soneson were accepted.
School will dismiss at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 24