Superintendents meet to talk about the future of five NE Nebraska school districts
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The superintendents of five rural school districts in northeast Nebraska came together Wednesday as they continue to discuss the future makeup of the various districts.
The meeting between Creighton, Plainview, Bloomfield, Wausa, and Osmond schools was the first since obtaining results from a feasibility study last month.
With each school facing potential declining enrollments in the future, the superintendent of Bloomfield and Wausa, Bob Marks, says each district wants to stay proactive instead of be reactive. "(Be) forced to do something when its too late," said Bob Marks, Bloomfield and Wausa School Superintendent. "We don't know when too late is but the general consensus was that's look at what the date shows and decide how we want to proceed from there."
District representatives plan to continue talks next week in Creighton.
Thursday, July 24 2014 2:45 PM EDT2014-07-24 18:45:46 GMT
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