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School Board members discuss legislation

 


Sidney’s School Board members met Monday for their regular board meeting, touching briefly on bills currently in the state legislature.

There are a few proposed bills being discussed that may have an effect on Sidney Public Schools, but Superintendent Jay Ehler said he does not think most of them will make the floor.

Ehler briefly described several current legislative bills. LB14 would require a successful completion of a civics test as a prerequisite to high school graduation. LB103 would change provisions relating to curriculum and require establishment of high-ability-learners’ focus groups. LB568 would change the certificate process pertaining to substitute teaching and LB58 would allow home-schooled students to enroll part-time in their school district and participate in extra curricular activities.

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