The Board of Directors for the Northeast Educational Services Cooperative (NESC) met in regular session on Monday, April 15, 2013 at the Hy-Vee Club Room in Watertown, SD. The meeting was called to order by President Gresh at 7:06 P.M. and adjourned at 8:24 P.M.
Martin Murphy, Arlington; Roger Gresh, Britton-Hecla; Harry Boner, Castlewood; Bob Steffen, Clark; Norman Koehlmoos, De Smet; Carie Knutson, Deubrook; Debbe Koenecke, Deuel; Donna Bumann, Elkton; Evelyn Blacksmith, Enemy Swim Day School; Linda Mennenga, Estelline; Tracy Hlavacek, Florence; Joe Homola, Hamlin; David Fuller, Henry; Lana Sand, Rosholt; Gene Bjorklund, Sioux Valley; Kathy Meland, Webster; Paula Warkenthein, Willow Lake; Michelle Eibben, Wilmot
John Tol, Grant-Deuel; Greg Bich, Iroquois; Brian Nelson, Lake Preston; Corrie Quale, Summit; Sandy Hinze, Waubay; Dennis Thyen, Waverly
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