Board of Education vacancy application

Notice is hereby given that a vacancy exists on the Board of Education of Norris School District #160 as a result of the death of Patty Bentzinger. In accordance with state law, the Board will begin the process of appointing an individual to complete the remainder of Mrs. Bentzinger’s term on the board. The length of the unexpired term is for the same length of time as Ms. Bentzinger would have served on the Board of Education. Interested Applicants must live in Ward 2 to be appointed for the open seat.

Applications can be obtained by emailing or at the Norris School District Administration Office and will be accepted by email ( until noon on February 6. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Brian Maschmann, Superintendent at 402-791-0007

Norris Foundation Announces 2018 TITAN Award Winners!

Norris Foundation Announces 2018 TITAN Award Winners!

Monday, October 22, 2018

The 2018 Norris Titan Award winners have been announced by the Foundation. This year's winners are:

ANN SCHROEDER, retired PE teacher and coach who taught at Norris from 1986 to 2018. Schroeder played softball for the Huskers as a standout collegiate athlete and was named to the all-tournament team at the 1984 College World Series. At Norris she went on to coach the Norris Volleyball team to its first state championship.

SHANNON URBANOVSKY, retired Elementary teacher who taught at Norris from 1988 to 2016.

MARV & ANN WEBER: Boosters, parents, grandparents and all-around Norris supporters, Marv drove a bus for two years 1986-88 and Ann worked for Norris from 1979-2004. 

This year's class of honorees will be recognized at the Titans Banquet hosted by the Foundation at Yankee Hill Country Club on Friday, November 16. 

Tickets to the annual banquet can be reserved by contacting Kim Brodersen in the district office at 402-791-0000 or by email at

Individual tickets are $50 with proceeds supporting the Foundation. The Norris Education Foundation provides scholarships to deserving Norris graduates annually to pursue their post-secondary dreams. The Foundation also supports SEED (Supporting Educational Excellence through Donations) grants for innovative classroom projects that in recent years have included robotics for STEM education among other new initiatives.