Lincoln Community Learning Centers Board

What is the Lincoln Community Learning Centers Non-Profit Board?

The Lincoln CLC Non-Profit Board is a 12-member board that  was created though the Safe and Successful Kids Interlocal Agreement between the Lincoln Public Schools and the City of Lincoln.  It is meant to serve as the oversight of the 26 Lincoln Community Learning Centers and provide budget and programs advice to the Safe and Successful Kids Interlocal Board.  The Board’s membership includes members from Lincoln Public Schools staff, City of Lincoln staff, and leaders from the Lincoln community

2018-2019 Meetings

Meetings follow the open meetings act and are open to the public.  Meeting agendas are posted and available for public review at the Lincoln Public Schools District Office, 5905 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska and City/County Building, 555 S. 10th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska during business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on days the buildings are open.

2018-2019 Meetings will be held in the 5th floor conference room of the Lincoln Community Foundation at 215 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Staff Contact:  John P. Neal, jpneal@lps.org, 402-436-1608

 

February, 2019

The Board will receive the proposed budget for the Lincoln Community Learning Centers and the Safe and Successful Kids (SSK) Interlocal. The Board may make changes to the budget proposal prior to recommending a budget to forward to the SSK Interlocal Board for consideration.

Agenda, Materials, Minutes »

March, 2019

The Board will consider any final edits to the proposed budget for the Lincoln Community Learning Centers and the Safe and Successful Kids (SSK) Interlocal. The Board may make changes to the budget proposal prior to recommending a budget to forward to the SSK Interlocal Board for approval.

Agenda, Materials, Minutes »

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