Gov. Joe Lombardo

Governor Joe Lombardo Meets with 17+ Nevada School Superintendents
Posted on 01/05/2023
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Nevada’s new Governor Joe Lombardo was sworn into office Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, and did not waste time in his new position to meet with Nevada’s 17 school superintendents and the executive director of the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority in Carson City Thursday morning, Jan. 5, 2023, at the Nevada Association of School Superintendents (NASS) monthly meeting.

Gov. Lombardo dedicated nearly 80 minutes to the group where the crucial conversation focused primarily on education and funding. Carson City School District Superintendent Andrew Feuling was also happy to position Carson City as the Governor’s favorite Nevada School District by presenting him with an honorary, custom Carson High School Football jersey. The number on the jersey represents Gov. Lombardo as the 31st governor of Nevada.

NASS is a statewide nonprofit educational organization, which strives to provide support to leaders of Nevada’s most important public institutions get better results for more than 486,000 students. Across 17 public school districts and the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority, more than 720 public schools receive support from NASS.

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Front Row: Andrew Feuling (Carson City), Pam Teel (Lincoln County), Wayne Workman (Lyon County), Warren Shillingburg (Nye County), Summer Stephens (Churchill County), Tate Else (Eureka County), Russ Fecht (Pershing County), Joe Lombardo (Nevada Govenor), Rebecca Feiden (Nevada State Public Charter School Authority), Todd Hess (Storey County) and Stephanie Keuhey (Mineral County). Back Row: Jesus Jara (Clark County), Keith Lewis (Douglas County), Adam Young (White Pine County), David Jensen (Humboldt County), Russ Klein (Lander County), CJ Anderson (Elko County) and Susan Keema (Executive Director of NASS). Not pictured are Susan Enfield (Washoe County) and James Fossett (Esmeralda County) who attended the meeting virtually.