National Federation of Urban and Suburban Districts

National Federation of Urban and Suburban School Districts Urban and Suburban School Districts

NFUSSD - Member News

NFUSSD - Harrison School District 2

Harrison School District Two (HSD2) has been committed to its students’ success since its establishment over a century ago. We pride ourselves in being the second oldest district in El Paso County.  Click here for more information.

NFUSSD - Papillion-La Vista School District

At Papillion-La Vista School District (PLSD), a strong team of staff, parents and community members are committed to excellence…one student at a time. Located just south of Omaha, Papillion-La Vista School District residents benefit from a small town atmosphere while still having all of the conveniences of a metropolitan area.Click here for more information.

Welcome to the following new superintendents!

Millard Public Schools - Dr. Jim Sutfin, Blue Springs School District - Dr. Jim Finley, and Canyons School District - Dr. James Briscoe. Click here for detail.

Greenville County Schools

Greenville County Schools earned district-wide National Accreditation from the AdvancED Accreditation Commission, recognizing us as a school district of excellence. Read More >>

Millard Public Schools

Millard Public Schools is a suburban school district in Omaha, NE serving more than 23,000 students. Guided by a strong strategic plan, it is a district of choice with 35 schools offering students 25 Advanced Placement courses, five Career academies, a K-12 International Baccalaureate Programme, Core Academy and Montessori programs. Read More >>

St. Charles Parish

The citizens of St. Charles Parish place the education of their children as a top priority. Education is a shared responsibility of the schools, students, families, St. Charles Parish School System staff, school board, local government agencies, higher education and the business community.  Read More >>

Kanawha County Schools

Kanawha County Schools is the largest school system in the State of West Virginia. We celebrate the cultural diversity of almost 29,000 students in over 70 different schools and centers. We use computer based instructional programs which uses the best technology systems in the nation to drive both teachers and students to be 21st Century Learners. Read More >>



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