Friday, March 16, 2018

Superintendent Briefing March 16, 2018

We have some great activities occurring throughout the district.  As we continue to strive to make NPPSD a great school district, it will be important to work collectively in achieving greatness.  Anytime you have greatness occurring at your school, please share so we build upon each other’s strengths.  Thank you for the great work!  

The NPPSF awards committee has selected the following NPPS  staff as the recipients of the 2018 staff member of the year awards to be presented at Education After Hours along with the 2018 Distinguished Alumni recipients.  

K-5 Teacher of the Year
Tara Foster
6-12 Teacher of the Year
Lane Swedburg
Staff person of year
Dan Koehler
Administrator of the year
Greg Fruhwirth


NPHS Academy

Drake Berry put together a little video promoting the various pathways in computer science and digital design.

A Showcase of Greatness
The Hunchback of Notre Dame


NPHS Speech Team
Congratulations to the following NPHS students for qualifying for the NSAA State Speech Championships on Thursday, March 22nd, at the University of Nebraska at Kearney:

Ally Hasenauer - Entertainment Speaking
Jakob French - Entertainment Speaking
Kinzey Cooper - Humorous Prose
Katie Ackerman and Emily Dennery - Duet Acting

Good Luck to all the students and Mr. Cooper!

      NPHS Students

Leela Keck - 4th - Athletic Training
Leela Keck - 3rd - Health OCC
Keifer Smith - 1st - Welding
Colton Ogden - 4th - Welding
Tanner Carr - 3rd - Automotive/Diesel
John Patterson - 4th - Automotive/Diesel

Kyle Mull - 6th - Automotive/ Diesel


School Safety Committee Teams should be meeting on a regular basis to review the school's safety protocol and ensure safety procedures are being implemented with  conformity. 

Good Afternoon,
My name is Courtney Fegter and I work with the North Platte/Lincoln County Visitors Bureau.  You are receiving this email because I would appreciate your help to distribute our Event survey to get feedback from locals on events in North Platte. 

Over the past month, we have been conducting focus groups to get honest feedback, thoughts and feelings from locals about events in the area, but this survey will allow us to reach a larger audience.  Please take a moment and send this link to your employees and help us better meet the needs of the people of North Platte. 

Data collection will end on April 15th.  After that date, we will combine all data collected from the surveys and the focus groups and will distribute them to you (and anyone who wants them).  Surveys are anonymous and no one will be identifiable from their input.  We hope this encourages more honest and open information.       
Thank you again for your willingness to participate.  

It is greatly appreciated,

Courtney Fegter|Sports Marketing & Event Specialist

North Platte/Lincoln County Visitors Bureau

WHAT: Nebraska Loves Public Schools – a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting public education through film – will host a live community forum of its documentary film, Standing Up to Poverty in North Platte, NE on March 28th.  This will be broadcast live on News Channel Nebraska TV and streamed live on

EVENT DETAILS: North Platte, NE |7 p.m. Wednesday, March 28th
North Platte High School Performing Arts Center
Free to the public

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