NV Foundation Scholarship Recipients

Scholarships Awarded through Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation

On May 20, 2010, the Senior Awards Banquet was held at Nemaha Valley High School.  As part of the program, Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation president Tom Hilbert awarded scholarships to eleven graduates on behalf of the organization and its scholarship providers.  The following nonrenewable scholarships were awarded:

2 @ $1000 Koch & Co. (human medicine)—Tara Grauer and Nikki Henry

$500 Crestview Manor (healthcare profession)—Veronica Rottinghaus

4 @ $500 SKF—Samantha Boeding, Erin Hermesch, Andy Lohmann, and Zach Wassenberg

1 @ $500 NV Foundation—Dana Hermesch

2 @ $250 NV Alumni—Blake Niehues and Kelly Runnebaum

1 @ $250 Barbara Huninghake Memorial—Paige Heinen

1 @ $1000 Class of 1988—Zach Wassenberg

In order to receive the scholarships, students must complete an application, which includes information on activities, honors, and educational and career goals.  A letter of recommendation from someone outside of NVHS must accompany the application.  A scholarship evaluation panel comprised of Foundation members then evaluates the applications.

The Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation is organized as a not-for-profit, tax exempt 501c3, charitable endowment fund to be used to generate and support special projects, programs, and scholarships in the Nemaha Valley Schools.

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Those receiving scholarships through the Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation include (L-R) Samantha Boeding, Kelly Runnebaum, Paige Heinen, Zach Wassenberg, Tara Grauer, Andy Lohmann, Veronica Rottinghaus, Blake Niehues, Nikki Henry, Dana Hermesch, and Erin Hermesch.

Scholarships Awarded through Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation

On May 15, 2009, the Senior Awards Banquet was held at Nemaha Valley High School. As part of the program, Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation member Tom Hilbert awarded scholarships to ten graduates on behalf of the organization and its scholarship providers. The following nonrenewable scholarships were awarded:

2 @ $1000 Koch & Co. (human medicine and vo-tech, respectively)—Ashley Haverkamp, Andy Kramer

$500 Crestview Manor—Katie Kramer

4 @ $500 SKF—Matt Fangman, Ethan Hammes, Shayla Winkler, and Eric Zinke.

1 @ $500 NV Foundation—Patrick Strathman

1 @ $500 NV Alumni—Shelly Schmits

1 @ $250 Barbara Huninghake Memorial—Patrick Strathman

4 @ $250 Class of 1988—Ashley Haverkamp, Sam Haynie, Patrick Strathman, and Eric Zinke

In order to receive the scholarships, students must complete an application, which includes information on activities, honors, and educational and career goals. A letter of recommendation from someone outside of NVHS must accompany the application. A scholarship evaluation panel comprised of Foundation members then evaluates the applications.

The Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation is organized as a not-for-profit, tax exempt 501c3, charitable endowment fund to be used to generate and support special projects, programs, and scholarships in the Nemaha Valley Schools.


Education Foundation 2009 Benefit Golf Tournament to be Held on May 29th

The Nemaha Valley Education Foundation is sponsoring a benefit golf tournament Friday, May 29th, 2009. Proceeds will help support the 2009 Band Trip to the Alamo Bowl and also to help purchase a new football field scoreboard. The tournament will be a four-person scramble; $200 per team or $50 per person. Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. and the tournament will start at 9:30.

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Scholarship Recipients

 

Those receiving scholarships through the Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation include (L-R) Kristy Wilhelm, Susan Todd, Kayla Stallbaumer, Ashley Stallbaumer, Jeff Vondemkamp, Jordan Steinlage, Patrick Schulte, Brittney Imholte, Stephen Winkler, Carla Sack, Kristen Sudbeck, Laura Kohake, Karli Abbey, Keely McKernan, Stephanie Nordhus, Brynne Haverkamp, and Amber Boeckman.

Scholarships Awarded Through Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation

On May 15, 2008, the Senior Awards Banquet was held at Nemaha Valley High School. As part of the program, Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation president Dirk Colgrove awarded scholarships to seventeen graduates on behalf of the organization and its scholarship providers. The following nonrenewable scholarships were awarded:

  • 2 @ $1000 Koch & Co. (human medicine)—Brittney Imholte, Stephen Winkler
  • $500 Crestview Manor—Kayla Stallbaumer
  • 4 @ $500 SKF—Laura Kohake, Stephanie Nordhus, Ashley Stallbaumer, Kristen Sudbeck
  • 4 @ $250 NV Foundation four-year—Susan Todd, Carla Sack, Keely McKernan, Brynne Haverkamp
  • 2 @ $250 NV Foundation non-four-year—Karli Abbey, Jordan Steinlage
  • 4 @ $250 Alumni—Jeff Vondemkamp, Patrick Schulte, Kristy Wilhelm, Amber Boeckman

In order to receive the scholarships, students must complete an application, which includes information on activities, honors, and educational and career goals. A letter of recommendation from someone outside of NVHS must accompany the application. A scholarship evaluation panel comprised of Foundation members then evaluates the applications.
 The Nemaha Valley Schools Education Foundation is organized as a not-for-profit, tax exempt 501c3, charitable endowment fund to be used to generate and support special projects, programs, and scholarships in the Nemaha Valley Schools.

 

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The Nemaha Valley Education Foundation counts on individuals, businesses, and other organizations for financial support. Gifts may be cash, securities, other assets or donations. Please consider the following gift options:

  • Support specific school programs
  • Honor a teacher or student
  • Ask your company to match your gift
  • Make a memorial gift
  • Remember the foundation in your will

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The Nemaha Valley U.S.D. 442 Education Foundation is organized as a not-for-profit, tax exempt 501c3, charitable endowment fund to be used to generate and support special projects, programs, and scholarships in the Nemaha Valley Schools.

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About Our Schools

One distinguishing characteristic of the Nemaha Valley School District is the enthusiastic support for young people and education. It is a common sight to see the schools filled to capacity with patrons for an evening activity.

The desire to achieve educationally is reflected at all grade levels as Nemaha Valley students annually score above the state and national averages on standardized tests.

Nemaha Valley Elementary and Middle School

In November 2009, the new elementary and middle school was finished and all classes were moved into the new building located at 110 North 11th Street. The old grade school building is now vacant and is currently for sale.

Nemaha Valley High School

Nemaha Valley High School was erected in 1969 at the time of redistricting within the state. NVHS is located just south of Highway 36, which runs east/west in northern Kansas. Nearly 200 students in grades 9-12 currently attend NVHS, making it a 2A classification. Nemaha Valley High School provides students the opportunity to fulfill more than just the high school graduation requirements. Students can also complete the Kansas Qualified Admissions Curriculum, the Kansas Scholars Curriculum, and the curriculum required by the NCAA.

The mission of Nemaha Valley High School is to motivate its students, academically, physically, creatively, and socially, and to enable them to communicate and function in a dynamic world.

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