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New Board Members Announced

Omaha, NE - Jake Willems, NSCA Board Chair, has announced the results of the 2021 NSCA Governing Board Elections.  Congratulations to Rachel Catlett, Felicia Nofuente, and Loni Watson for being chosen by the NSCA membership to serve a 3-year term on the board.  Rachel is a middle school counselor with the Grand Island Public Schools, Felicia is an elementary school counselor with the Bellevue Public Schools and Loni is a high school counselor with the Chadron Public Schools.  These three represent diversity in both the age of students they work with and the region of the state they reside in.

As these three oustanding individuals join The Governing Board on July 1st, three current board members will be going off The Governing Board.  Katie Hecht-Weber, Gina Kroon, and Robyn Wilcox will see their board service end on June 30th.  NSCA has been extremely fortunate to benefit from the dedication and service of these amazing leaders.  Thank you Katie, Gina and Robyn!

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3 Scholarships Awarded

The Nebraska School Counselor Association is pleased announce three scholarship recipients.  Each year NSCA awards 3 scholarships to high school seniors whose school counselor is an NSCA member.  One scholarhip is awarded to a student from a Class A high school, one to a student from a Class B high school and one to a student from a class C or D high school.  NSCA's hope is that by awarding scholarships by NSAA Class it will help ensure NSCA is equally supporting students and counselors in both our metropolitan and rural parts of the state.  This year's recipients are Eh Dah from Omaha Benson High School, Alejandra Vadillo from Crete High School, and Aleynah Gray from Osmond High School.  Each year the scholarship committee feels so uplifted after reading dozens upon dozens of essays about how school counselors have had a positive impact on students lives.  It is humbling for all of us to read about the incredible work our members are doing to benefit and support their students.