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Congratulations to ESU 3 on NASB President's Board Awards

The Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB), Board of Directors and staff, recognized the ESU #3 Board of Education as a 2015 President’s Award recipients during the Omaha Region Meeting on Wednesday, September 16, 2015.

This award of distinction recognizes the board’s collective volunteer time and commitment to education.  The criteria for this award requires that all board members participate in learning opportunities to grow in their governance role by attending education workshops and conferences, conduct a leadership/district goal planning annual retreat, and share in the legislative advocacy for public education.  The ESU #3 Board is one of seven boards from across the State of Nebraska receiving the 2015 award, and ESU #3’s eighth consecutive year to be honored with the award. 

NASB is a private, nonprofit organization that serves the needs of Nebraska public school districts and Educational Service Unit board members.  Our mission is to provide services to School Boards to strengthen public education for all Nebraska Children. The Association is assembled upon the belief that:       
  • every public school board will govern effectively and with integrity       
  • every public school board member will understand the importance, and emphasize increased student achievement, and        
  • every public school board will practice good stewardship of resources 

Congratulations to ESUs for Celebration 50 years

ESUCC/NDE Statewide Iniatives

Our Mission

The Nebraska Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council was created in statute to coordinate the activities of Nebraska's 17 Educational Service Units. The Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council was created by LB 603 in 2007 and officially came into existence on July 1, 2008.

According to Section 79-1246 of the Nebraska Revised State Statutes:

The Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council shall work toward statewide coordination to provide the most cost-effective services for the students, teachers, and school districts in each educational service unit. The council's duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Preparation of strategic plans to assure the cost-efficient and equitable delivery of services across the state
  • Administration of statewide initiatives and provision of statewide services
  • Coordination of Distance Education