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Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association
455 S 11th St, Suite B
Lincoln, NE 68508
Dr.Jon Habben, Executive Director
Phone: (402) 440-4378
Fax: (402) 476-7740
NRCSA - Who Are We?
The Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of rural schools and communities. Since 1981, NRCSA has been committed to protecting the well-being of public education and implementing its mission of providing quality education for all children.
NRCSA is an Association consisting of 180 school districts and ESU's in Nebraska working together to support and promote quality educational programs for students in rural Nebraska. Through our members NRCSA serves the interests of over 67,000 children in 87 counties and 24 legislative districts.
Introducing the NRCSA Superintendent Search Service!
NRCSA Proudly Announces…The Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association is proud to announce the opening of the NRCSA Superintendent Search Service. The Service will be in effect for the 2013-14 school year. Visit www.nrcsa.net/superintendent_search to learn more about the new service.
Executive Committee Nominations
Nominations are now being accepted for two Executive Committee positions: President-elect and South Central District Representative.
The President-elect serves three years, beginning with the office of President-elect, then President, and serves as Past President the third year. The person elected for this position will begin his/her term on August 1, 2014. This is a statewide position and all NRCSA member school districts are eligible to vote on this position. A President-Elect is elected each year.
The person elected to the South Central District Representative position will serve a three-year term. Cindy Huff, in the South Central District, is retiring after completing her first term. District representatives must be employed by a NRCSA member school within the NRCSA district they are being nominated to represent, when nominated and during their term of office.
To be nominated for any appointed (Legislative Committee and Scholarship & Recognition Committee) NRCSA position, one must be currently, and during the term of service, employed as a superintendent of a NRCSA member school district. Nominations for appointed positions can be made to the Committee co-chairs or to the Executive Director. Every effort is made to have all six districts represented on each committee.
Superintendents may self-nominate or have someone nominate them for Executive Committee positions. If you nominate someone else, whether by mail or from the floor, be sure to have their permission and their commitment to serve. You may nominate by mail to Dr. Jon Habben, and that nomination will be brought to the floor, or nominations may be made from the floor at the NRCSA Spring Conference General Membership Meeting. Ballots will be mailed within two weeks of the end of the Spring Conference to each voting school district. One vote is permitted per member school district per office.
A map of the NRCSA Districts as well as a list of members from each district is available by clicking here. Again nominations are open as of February 1, 2014 and will close at the March 20 General Membership Meeting held during the NRCSA Spring Conference, March 20 & 21, 2014, in Kearney.
NRCSA Executive Committee Meeting: Wednesday March 19, 2014, at the Kearney Holiday Inn
2014 NRCSA Spring Conference: March 20 & 21, 2014, at the Kearney Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Kearney
2014 NRCSA Golf Tournament: Tuesday July 29. 2014, at Meadowlark Hills Golf Club in Kearney
Buy, Sell, Trade
NRCSA members may advertise jobs or items for sale. This service is completely FREE OF CHARGE to NRCSA members. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to post something. Postings wil remain in place for one (1) month, but may be resubmitted if additional time is needed.
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