The mission of ESU 7 is to provide leadership and support by delivering customized and innovative services.
Nebraska’s Educational Service Unit system began with the passage of LB 301 by the Nebraska Legislature in 1965. Since that time the Educational Service Unit system has undergone numerous changes that have expanded and improved the quality of service delivery. ESU 7 became fully operational in the fall of 1968. Today ESU 7 serves the K-12 school districts of seven counties from its offices at 2657 44th Avenue, Columbus, Nebraska.
Notice, according to State Law 84-1411, is hereby given that an open public meeting of the Board of Education of Educational Service Unit 7, in the County of Platte, in the State of Nebraska, will
The Student Services Principal, Cara Neesen, reviewed the attached 23-24 Board Presentation. There are currently 22 students enrolled in the Learning Academy.
The vision of ESU 7 is to be a leader in innovative service delivery, prioritizing:
To be a family-centered place to work where people are inspired to continue to grow.
Provide innovative services for school districts to meet current and anticipate future needs.
Maximize our services by scaling them up to prioritize outcomes.