Bancroft -Rosalie Superintendent Jon Cerny

Bancroft-Rosalie Public School Superintendent Jon Cerny shows a sign with signatures from faculty, students and community members after he was named Superintendent of the Year by the Nebraska Rural Community School Association in 2014. Cerny is one of four finalists for the executive director position at the Nebraska School Activities Association.

Tim Hynds, Sioux City Journal file

LINCOLN, Neb. | Bancroft-Rosalie Public School superintendent Jon Cerny is one of four finalists for the executive director position at the Nebraska School Activities Association.

Interviews will be scheduled in January. The new executive director would begin service on or about July 1 and will replace Jim Tenopir, who is retiring.

The NSAA enforces the rules and regulations and organizes and administers regular and postseason activities in 26 sports and performing arts activities.

Cerny has been at Bancroft-Rosalie for more than 35 years, serving more than 24 as superintendent. He also compiled a record of 230-94 during 32 seasons as the school's football coach, winning two state titles and twice finishing as runner-up.

Other finalists are Battle Creek superintendent Jay Bellar, Papillion-LaVista South principal Jeff Johnson and Dundy County-Stratton superintendent Jim Kent.

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