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NASB Legislation Committee

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Brad Wilkins - NASB President-Elect - Chair
Stacie Higgins - NASB President
Kim Burry - NASB Vice President

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Lou Ann Goding - Member #1 - Omaha
Shavonna Holman - Member #2 - Omaha
Marque Snow - Member #3 - Omaha
Connie Duncan - Member #4 - Lincoln
Kathy Danek - Member #5 - Lincoln
Linda Poole - Member #6 - Millard
Sarah Centineo - Member #7 - Bellevue
Beth Morrissette - Member #8 - Westside
Skip Altig - Member #9 - North Platte
Patti Gubbels - Member #10 - Norfolk
Laura Schneider - Member #11 - Hastings
Ryne Seaman - Member #12 - Seward
Suzanne Sapp - Member #13 - Ashland-Greenwood
Lisa Wagner - Member #14 - Central City
Steve Koch - Member #15 - Hershey
Jim Vlach - Member #16 - Lyons-Decatur
Christopher Waddle - Member #17 - Giltner
Ron Pearson - Member #18 - ESU 3
Lisa Albers - Appointed Member - Grand Island
Jayson Bishop - Appointed Member - Perkins County
Linda Richards - Appointed Member - Ralston
Stephanie Summers - Appointed Member - David City
Annette Weise - Tri County

BYLAWS

The Legislation Committee of the Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB) exists to formulate and advance the legislative goals and positions for the NASB member organizations.

The Legislation Committee shall be composed of not more than 31 members. Three members shall be the President, President-Elect, and Vice President. The Chair of the Committee shall be the President-Elect. The NASB President shall appoint between four and eight additional board members to serve a one-year term. The NASB Board of Directors must vote to approve the appointments of the President. Twenty members shall be members of NASB school boards or ESUs. The Legislation Committee shall receive, consider, and act upon legislative resolution and position statement proposals submitted to it by member boards, staff, officers, and directors. Any proposal may be amended by action of the Legislation Committee, but no proposal shall advance from the Legislation Committee to the Board of Directors except on an affirmative vote of two-thirds of those members present and voting. The Legislation Committee shall also meet to provide advice, instructions, and interpretations of legislative resolutions to staff for use in legislative relations activities. Student population will be used as a guide to group the 20 elected or appointed Legislation Committee seats. NASB Board of Directors may, by resolution, make adjustments to the Legislation Committee seats as necessary based on enrollment changes.

Each candidate for an elected member of the Legislation Committee shall be nominated by a member board. Nominations of candidates for the position of elected member of the Legislation Committee must be received by the NASB office on or before August 1. Each elected member of the Legislation Committee shall be elected by means of a ballot and/or electronic ballot. Such ballot(s) shall be distributed to the member board(s) no later than September 1 and returned to the NASB office no later than November 1. After the ballots are collected, the ballots will be forward to the chair of the nominating committee. If a candidate is unopposed, no ballot shall be distributed to the member boards. All terms shall commence on at the end of the annual Delegate Assembly. Beginning at the end of annual delegate assembly in November, all Legislation Committee members from even numbered seats shall begin a four-year term, including members elected in the current election cycle and those who were not just elected, and will serve four-year terms thereafter. All Legislation Committee members from odd numbered seats shall begin a two-year term starting on at the end of the annual delegate assembly in November, including those that were elected in the current cycle and those that were not, and will serve four-year terms thereafter.

The President-Elect shall serve as Chair of the Legislation Committee. NASB member Educational Service Unit boards shall have one member of the Legislation Committee and an alternate from board members from member ESUs. The process the Educational Service Units use to elect or appoint its member and alternate shall be developed by the NASB Board of Directors.


Legislation Committee Seats

Legislation Committee Seats #1, #2, #3
(Lou Ann Goding, Shavonna Holman & Marque Snow)
Omaha Public Schools

 Legislation Committee Seats #4, #5
(Connie Duncan & Kathy Danek)
Lincoln Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #6
(Linda Poole)
Millard Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #7
(Sarah Centineo - Bellevue)
Bellevue Public Schools
Grand Island Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #8
(Beth Morrisette - Westside)
Papillion La Vista Community Schools
Westside Community Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #9
(Skip Altig - North Platte)
Elkhorn Public Schools
Fremont Public Schools
Kearney Public Schools
North Platte Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #10
(Patti Gubbels - Norfolk)
Columbus Public Schools
Norfolk Public Schools
Ralston Public Schools
South Sioux City Community Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #11
(Laura Schneider - Hastings)
Beatrice Public Schools
Blair Community Schools
Gretna Public Schools
Hastings Public Schools
Lexington Public Schools
Scottsbluff Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #12
(Ryne Seaman - Seward)
Alliance Public Schools
Aurora Public Schools
Crete Public Schools
Gering Public Schools
McCook Public Schools
Nebraska City Public Schools
Norris School District 160
Northwest Public Schools
Plattsmouth Community Schools
Schuyler Community Schools
Seward Public Schools
Waverly-School District 145

 Legislation Committee Seat #13
(Suzanne Sapp - Ashland-Greenwood)
Adams Central Public Schools
Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools
Auburn Public Schools
Broken Bow Public Schools
Chadron Public Schools
Cozad Community Schools
Fairbury Public Schools
Falls City Public Schools
Gothenburg Public Schools
Holdrege Public Schools
Ogallala Public Schools
Sidney Public Schools
South Central NE Unified System 5
Springfield Platteview Comm. Schools
Tekamah-Herman Comm. Schools
Wahoo Public Schools
Wayne Community Schools
York Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #14
(Lisa Wagner - Central City)
Arlington Public Schools
Bennington Public Schools
Boone Central Schools
Central City Public Schools
Conestoga Public Schools
David City Public Schools
D.C. West Community School
Fillmore Central Public School
Gordon Rushville School
Johnson County Central Public Schools
Kimball Public Schools
Lakeview Community Schools
Logan View Public Schools
Milford Public Schools
Minden Public Schools
Mitchell Public Schools
O'Neill Public Schools
Pierce Public Schools
Raymond Central School
St. Paul Public Schools
Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca Public Schools
Valentine Community Schools
West Point Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #15
(Steve Koch - Hershey)
Ainsworth Community Schools
Battle Creek Public Schools
Bayard Public Schools
Bridgeport Public Schools
Cedar Bluffs Public Schools
Centennial Public Schools
Centura Public Schools
Chase County Schools
Cross County Community Schools
Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools
Fort Calhoun Community Schools
Gibbon Public Schools
Hershey Public Schools
Louisville Public Schools
Madison Public Schools
Malcolm Public Schools
Morrill Public Schools
Nebraska Unified District 1
North Bend Central Public Schools
Oakland-Craig Public Schools
Ord Public Schools
Palmyra Bennet/Otoe County Dist OR1
Plainview Public Schools
Ponca Public Schools
Ravenna Public Schools
Southern School District 1
Southern Valley Schools
Stanton Community Schools
Superior Public Schools
Twin River Public Schools
Wakefield Community School
Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools
Winnebago Public Schools
Wisner-Pilger Public Schools
Wood River Rural Public Schools
Yutan Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #16
(Jim Vlach - Lyons-Decatur)
Arapahoe Public Schools
Axtell Community School
Bancroft-Rosalie Community School
Blue Hill Public Schools
Burwell Public Schools
Cambridge Public Schools
Creek Valley Public Schools
Creighton Community Schools
Crofton Community Schools
Diller-Odell Public Schools
Doniphan-Trumbull Public School
Dorchester Public Schools
Dundy County Stratton Public Schools
East Butler Public Schools
Elkhorn Valley Schools
Elm Creek Public Schools
Emerson-Hubbard Public Schools
Franklin Public Schools
Freeman Public Schools
Friend Public Schools
Fullerton Public Schools
Garden County Schools
Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools
Heartland Community Schools
Hemingford Public Schools
High Plains Community Schools
Hitchcock County Schools
Homer Community School
HTRS Public School
Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School
Loup City Public Schools
Lyons-Decatur Northeast
Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools
Omaha Nation Public School
Osceola Public Schools
Overton Public School
Pender Public Schools
Perkins County Public Schools
Potter-Dix Public Schools
Randolph Public Schools
Shelby-Rising City Public Schools
Shelton Public Schools
Southwest Public Schools
St. Edward Public Schools
Sutherland Public Schools
Sutton Public Schools
Thayer Central Community Schools
Tri County Public Schools
Walthill Public Schools
Weeping Water Public Schools
West Holt Public Schools

Legislation Committee Seat #17
(Christopher Waddle - Giltner)
Allen Consolidated Schools
Alma Public Schools
Amherst Public Schools
Anselmo-Merna Public Schools
Ansley Public Schools
Arcadia Public Schools
Arnold Public Schools
Arthur County Schools
Banner County Public Schools
Bertrand Community School
Bloomfield Public Schools
Boyd County Public Schools
Brady Public Schools
Bruning-Davenport Unified System
Callaway Public Schools
Central Valley Public Schools
Chambers Public Schools
Clarkson Public Schools
Cody-Kilgore Unified Schools
Crawford Public Schools
Deshler Public Schools
Elba Public Schools
Elgin Public Schools
Elwood Public Schools
Eustis-Farnam Public Schools
Ewing Public Schools
Exeter-Milligan Public Schools
Giltner Public Schools
Hampton Public Schools
Harvard Public Schools
Hay Springs Public Schools
Hayes Center Public Schools
Howells-Dodge Consolidated Sch. Dist.
Hyannis Area Schools
Johnson Brock Public Schools
Kenesaw Public Schools
Keya Paha County School
Leigh Community Schools
Lewiston Consolidated Schools
Leyton Public Schools
Litchfield Public Schools
Loomis Public Schools
Loup County Public Schools
Maxwell Public Schools
Maywood Public Schools
McCool Junction Public Schools
Mead Public Schools
Medicine Valley Public Schools
Meridian Public Schools
Minatare Public Schools
Mullen Public Schools
Newman Grove Public Schools
Niobrara Public Schools
Osmond Community Schools
Palmer Public School
Pawnee City Public Schools
Paxton Consolidated Schools
Pleasanton Public Schools
Red Cloud Community Schools
Riverside Public Schools
Rock County Public Schools
Sandhills Public Schools
Santee Community School
Sargent Public Schools
Scribner-Snyder Community Schools
Shickley Public Schools
Silver Lake Public Schools
South Platte School District 95
Stapleton Public Schools
Sterling Public Schools
Stuart Public Schools
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller Schools
Thedford Public Schools
Wallace Public School Dist 65 R
Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools
Wausa Public Schools
Wilcox-Hildreth Public Schools
Winside Public Schools
Wynot Public Schools

 Legislation Committee Seat #18
(Ron Pearson - ESU 3)
ESUs 1-19