Principal Chad Scheel resigns

    Chase County Schools will have a new grade 7-12 Principal next year after board members accepted the resignation from Chad Scheel at Tuesday’s board meeting.
    Scheel will complete his third year at CCS when his resignation is final on June 10.
    In his short letter to board members, Scheel said he has appreciated the opportunity to serve the last three years.
    Scheel said he has accepted a position at Giltner Public Schools, where he will be the elementary principal.
    The board also accepted the resignation of fulltime English Language Learners (ELL) teacher Teresa Shriver.
    In her letter, Shriver said she has taken a position at Minatare Public Schools, which will allow her to live with her husband and be closer to other family in Gering.
    She said she’s enjoyed her time here, adding “The students, community and school will always hold a special place within our hearts.”
    Shriver will complete her third year at CCS the end of this school year.
Other business
    The board purchased a new van for the school’s transportation fleet.
    While it was the higher of the two, the board accepted the bid from Country Ford for a $30,705 LR Passenger Wagon.
    Harchelroad Motors also submitted a bid on an Express 2500 Passenger Van for $28,775.
    Both are 2018 models.

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