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Johnson County Central Public Schools Foundation, Inc

The JCC Foundation supports students by awarding scholarships and funding special projects. The JCC Foundation’s vision is to strengthen our school community and student body by fostering and encouraging investment in our children’s futures.

JCC Foundation members:

Kathy Scheer - President
Larry Kuhl - Vice President
Nick Weber - Secretary
Barb Gottula - Treasurer
Sue Borcher
Kim Wellensiek

JCC Foundation Funding Application (PDF)
JCC Foundation Funding Application Fillable PDF (PDF)

Approved Foundation Funding Claim Form (PDF)
Approved Foundation Funding Claim Form Fillable PDF (PDF)

JCC Foundation Scholarship Applications:

Trade Schools (PDF)
Community College (PDF)
Four Year College (PDF)

April 26, 2021

Johnson County Central Public Schools Foundation, Inc
358 North 6th Street
Tecumseh, NE 68450

Dear Donor,

The Johnson County Central Public Schools was formed in 2007. The Tecumseh School Foundation and the Nemaha Valley Foundation have been dissolved and the Johnson County Central Public Schools Foundation, Inc. has been formed. Tax-exempt status has been established.

All monies held by the foundation and all future donations will be placed in one account to be managed, invested and disbursed by the foundation board of directors to serve students in the best way possible. The board will use best fiduciary practices to safeguard and maximize the benefit to students of your generous gift. Donors will be acknowledged annually at the time of Johnson County Central School graduation.

The Johnson County Central Public School Foundation Board of Directors are: President, Kathryn Scheer; Vice President, Larry Kuhl; Secretary, Susan Borcher; Treasurer, Barbara Gottula; and members at large, Richard Smith and Kim Wellensiek.

The foundation board wants to thank you for your most generous gift and any future gifts with the most sincere desire to benefit students today and into the distant future with wise management.

Kathryn Scheer