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Jenna Krambeck-Reeh, a 2006 graduate of Louisville High School, was named President-elect of the Nebraska Educational Technology Association.


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PAPILLION – Technology in schools has always been a passion for Jenna Krambeck-Reeh.

“Technology is a great way to communicate, collaborate, and be creative,” said the Louisville High School graduate recently. “The sky is the limit with technology in the classroom.”

And others in their field appreciate this passion.

Krambeck-Reeh, a longtime member of the Nebraska Educational Technology Association, has been named president for next year.

“I studied NETA before I started teaching,” she said.

NETA is an organization with more than 7,500 members, she said.

The 2006 LHS graduate has been an educator for 11 years, serving as a middle-level reading teacher, media specialist, and teaching technology facilitator in the Elkhorn and Papillion-La Vista Community School districts.

Krambeck-Reeh has also participated in numerous NETA sponsored activities of which she has been a member for 14 years.

“We pride ourselves on supporting teachers all year round,” she said.

As President-Elect, she will support the development of NETA.

This includes setting missions and goals for the organization, leading board meetings, and selecting speakers for NETA conferences.

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