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Career Opportunities with Nebraska Education Technology Services

Software Engineer

Our subsidiary, for-profit company, Nebraska Education Technology Services (NETS) (, is looking for a mid-level Software Engineer to add to our growing tech centric organization. We are seeking a highly skilled individual with a strong background in building scalable, high-quality and high-performance web applications on the Microsoft Technology Stack. 
For more information on this position please click here.

Marketing/Visual Publications Internship

Our subsidiary, for-profit company, Nebraska Education Technology Services (NETS) (, is currently seeking a talented, creative Marketing/Visual Publications Intern to join our team.  
For more information on this position please click here.

The S.W.E.A.T. Conference on Student Wellness takes over Lincoln!

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The S.W.E.A.T. Conference on Student Wellness Education & Training took place on April 14th in Lincoln.  Attendees spent the day learning from experts on student wellness and the correlation to student achievement, got to participate in a variety of brain break activities led by students, and heard from NFL running back with the Cincinnati Bengals, and former Husker Rex Burkhead.  The conference was attended by school board members, Superintendents, school nurses, PE teachers, business leaders, and athletic directors.  This was truly an event like no other. It’s not often you see attendees, some in suits, or heels, excited and engaged to get active and do a set of push-ups, or race across the room to win a cup-stacking challenge, all led by kids!

To view media links and photos from the Conference, click on the below:

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A huge thanks to co-sponsors of the event.  S.W.E.A.T. was powered by the Nebraska Whole Child Project, the Midwest Dairy Council, the Nebraska Association of School Boards, Nebraska Action for Healthy Kids, the Department of Health & Human Services, NETS, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, Nebraska Public Leadership Foundation, SHAPE Nebraska, and the Nebraska School Activities Association. 

Open Meetings Law Workshops

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The Open Meeting Law Workshop will offer your board or council the opportunity to learn about the intricacies of this law and have the opportunity to ask questions of NASB’s Legal Counsel.  All meetings of a public body must follow the Open Meetings Law, which makes this is a beneficial workshop for you and your board/council to attend.  The Workshop will provide information regarding agenda, notice, minutes, closed session, special meeting, emergency meeting, and public comment in addition to answering questions from attendees. 
Suggested audience: School Board Members & Secretaries, School Superintendents, City Councils & Clerks, Community & Civic Boards, and County Attorneys & Boards.



To Register:

School Districts and ESUs log-in and register HERE

All other individuals register HERE


January 25-31:  School Board Recognition Week

Governor Ricketts declared January 25 – 31, 2015 as School Board Recognition Week in Nebraska.  Thanks to the 1,700+ volunteers who make up the Board of Education for Nebraska's Public Schools and ESUs. 

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To view more photos from the 2015 Legislative Issues Conference, visit:


Healthy Students are Better Students!

Healthy students are better students.  It’s the primary focus behind the Nebraska Whole Child Project!  Check out this quick video from the 2014 Learning Connection Summit.  You may even recognize someone.  Thanks to The GENYOUth Foundation, the Midwest Dairy Council, and Fuel Up to Play 60 for their positive impact in our schools.


Proven school wellness programs like Fuel Up to Play 60 empower students to make positive changes at school and can bring healthy changes to life both in and out of the classroom.  School breakfast programs are especially important and may positively impact children’s nutrition and learning. In fact, research shows that those who eat breakfast have better attention and memory than breakfast skippers and students who are more active during school perform better on standardized tests for reading, math and spelling.

American kids spend more than 2,000 hours in school each year where in-school wellness policies can encourage healthy habits. Schools are an ideal place to promote childhood health and wellness, but they cannot act alone.  Parents, schools and the larger community must work together to affect change for children’s health and wellness in schools.
To view the full report, including references and other supporting materials, visit

NASB Mission Statement

The Nebraska Association of School Boards provides services to School Boards
to strengthen public education for all Nebraska Children. 

To find out more about NASB click here. 

NASB Features Student Artists from across Nebraska

NASB likes to feature student artists from across Nebraska. This art is not only displayed here, but proudly in the hallways throughout our office. 

The latest “expo” is from 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Graders from Bruning-Davenport Unified School District.  The theme for this project was "What I Love About Nebraska."

To have your students participate in this program, please contact Sallie Svatora at or 800-422-4572. NASB will handle the submission of art and proper parental consent forms. The artwork may represent any grade level and must include the student’s name, grade and building. The artwork will be returned upon request. 


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Call for 2016 

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Deadline - July 9

NAEP Annual Meetings
July 8  |  Lincoln
July 9  |  Norfolk
July 14  |  Gering
July 15  |  Kearney

NASB Orientation
July 22  |  Lincoln
September 30  |  North Platte

Area Membership Meetings
August 25  |  Valentine
August 26  |  Gering
August 27  |  Kearney*
September 9  |  York
September 16  |  Omaha
September 23  |  Norfolk
September 30  |  North Platte*
October 7  |  Nebraska City
October 14  |  Fremont

*Note change in lineup: Kearney and North Platte locations have switched dates from previous years

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