Falls City is launching the BSN sports sideline store. This is where you can get Tiger apparel and merchandise. The sideline store offers several name brands like Nike & Under Armour. A percentage of the proceeds will go back to the school for purchasing of equipment. Visit the school store HERE.
Superintendent Tim Heckenlively announced The Falls City Education Foundation Annual Outstanding Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year Awards and the Outstanding Employee of the Year Award during the opening session of the Falls City Public Schools Pre-Service on Monday, August 12th.
Joe Dunn, was presented the Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year Award. Mr. Dunn is beginning his 24th year as an elementary physical education teacher and coach.
Jason Vitosh is the recipient of the Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year Award. Mr. Vitosh is beginning his 21st year with the Falls City Public Schools and is the Falls City High School mathematics department chair, mathematics teacher, and the school district’s High Ability Learner Program Coordinator.
Robert Baker is the recipient of the Outstanding Employee of the Year Award. Mr. Baker has been employed for 32 years with Falls City Public Schools and has served as the District 56 Transportation Director for his entire tenure.
The purpose of these awards is to recognize excellence in the field of education. The recipients of this award play key roles in creating a school environment that promotes student achievement, safety, and health.
Brian Miller the Agricultural Education Instructor at Falls City Public School was awarded the Outstanding Post Secondary Agriculture Program by the Nebraska Agricultural Educators Association (NAEA) at the NAEA Banquet held in Kearney on June 5th at the Nebraska Career Education Conference. Award winners are nominated and selected by their peers.
The Outstanding Postsecondary Agriculture Program Award recognizes exemplary postsecondary institutions and full-time young farmer and adult ag ed programs. Qualifying young farmer and/or adult ag ed program staff must devote at least 50 percent of their teaching time to this level of instruction. The Falls City welding program offer courses for the hobby welders and a manufacturing course which will qualify participants for a GMAW manufacturing job . The manufacturing course was developed to help meet the needs of local companies for trained professionals.
Falls City program will represent Nebraska at the regioanl level for the Outstanding Postsecondary Agriculture Program.NAEA is a professional organization consisting of 200 agricultural education instructors from across the state with membership also in National Association of Agricultural Educators.