Welcome to Auburn Public Schools
Welcome to School District #29! We are proud of our district! Our mission is "Achieving Success Through Innovation and Excellence. Our Children... Our Future!"
Auburn Public Schools is located in Southeast Nebraska. The district serves the children of patrons who live in the vibrant communities of Auburn, Peru, Brownville, and Julian as well as the families who reside on productive farms within the district's boundaries. The district's 800 students are educated by 150 highly qualified staff members -- teachers, para-educators, bus drivers, custodians, food service personnel, and administrators.
As Superintendent of Schools, I value input and feedback to make Auburn Public Schools the very best it can be.
Kevin Reiman, Superintendent
Auburn Public Schools
To learn more about Auburn Public Schools, watch the video below created by the Auburn High School Digital Media Class.
AHS Agriculture Program Receives Monsanto Grant
Auburn Public Schools officials recently learned the school’s grant proposal for Monsanto’s America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education program had been selected for funding. The $10,000 grant project, Growing Plants the Smart Way, will support instructional lessons in the school’s Agriculture Plant Science Class.
A Monsanto representative, Vern Kettlehake, attended the Auburn High School Homecoming game on Friday, September 12 and recognized school officials and presented them with a big check during pre-game festivities. Area farmers who nominated the school were also recognized during the celebration presentation.
Ashton Bohling, AHS agriculture teacher, will purchase and use sophisticated scientific equipment for the plant class. The equipment will include gas sensors, soil ph calculators, computerized data collectors and iPads in experiments to collect data and analyze factors associated with growing crops more productively.
Dr. Nancy Fuller prepared the winning grant.
America's Farmers Grow Rural Education is sponsored by the Monsanto Fund to help farmers positively impact their communities by supporting local school districts. The program gives farmers the opportunity to nominate a rural public school district in their community to compete for a merit-based grant of either $10,000 or $25,000 to enhance education in the areas of math and/or science. In 2014, the program was available in 1,289 counties across 39 states, and grants totaling $2.3 million was awarded to school districts to enhance math and science programs. Winning school districts are eligible to apply again for another grant.
Auburn High School one of the best in Nebraska
Auburn High School was recently recognized by US News and World Report as one of the top 20 High Schools in Nebraska.
Congratulations to the Auburn Concert Choir
Auburn Public Schools is very proud and excited to announce that the Auburn High School Concert Choir has been selected to perform at the Nebraska State Music Conference. The Auburn Concert Choir, along with four other high school choirs, will have the honor of representing Nebraska at the state conference in November.
The performance will be open to the public and more information will be given when the specific date and time are available.
The choir looks forward to showing the State of Nebraska the outstanding students that represent Auburn Public Schools!!!
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