Southern Public Schools
A proposal to use any of the year’s “carryover” balance of non-public funds for
public special education students to be use if not needed for non-public use.
On May 24, 2023, at 9:00 a.m., a meeting conducted by Southern Public Schools will take place at Southern Jr./Sr. High School Boardroom located at 115 South 11th Street, Wymore, NE. The purpose of the meeting will be to provide an opportunity for parents who have parentally placed their child in an approved and/or accredited non-public school or exempt home school and representatives of non-public schools to participate in the development of a plan for providing special education services to children with disabilities who attend an approved and/or accredited non-public schools and exempt home schools, which are within the Southern Public Schools district for the 2022-2023 school year. Parents of a home-schooled child or a child attending a non-public school who has been or may be identified with a disability and attend an approved and/or accredited non-public school within the boundaries of Southern Public Schools, are urged to attend. If you have further questions pertaining to this meeting, please contact Dr. Christopher Prososki at 402-645-3326.
The Southern Board of Education is seeking applications to fill a vacancy to serve on the board of education. This is for an open school board position that was vacated by Aaron Whitwer. The term of this position will expire on the first Thursday after the first Tuesday in January, 2025. The board will accept applications through June 5 at 1:00 p.m. Interested parties may pick up applications for this position at the Superintendent’s Office in Wymore, Nebraska. You may also inquire about the position by calling or emailing Dr. Christopher Prososki, Superintendent, at 402-645-3326 or at email@example.com.
Southern FFA has been busy in the 4th quarter with a bunch of fun and exciting things! We all went to State FFA Convention in Lincoln and had a team compete in meats judging. We also held out 3rd annual FFA banquet and made it though this year, just beating another storm that was coming to blow us away. Not to mention various trips to Agronomy Day, the farm to learn about tractor safety, and working with livestock. We have been busy and ready for a busy summer as well.
In Mrs. Schluter’s Information Technology II class, students get the opportunity to test out their skills in the coding world during the 4th quarter. Code.org is the curriculum used to help provide exposure to students and give them the opportunity to learn about computer science and computer programming. The curriculum is free, and the goal behind it is to teach students problem solving, critical thinking, and teamwork skills, all while traversing their way through various coding problems set up in a game-like, online atmosphere.