Nehring steps down from Mercer School Board
Written by Jesse Baroka on February 26, 2021
MERCER, Wis. — A member of the Mercer School Board has resigned for personal reasons, according to a letter presented to the board at Monday’s school board meeting. The school board 4-0 approved the resignation announcement of board member Jeff Nehring. Nehring, who was not present, is a recently retired dentist, who was reelected to a three-year term on the school board in the April 7, 2020, election following an earlier appointment to the board. In a letter from Nehring to School Board President Robert Davis he stated it was with “deep regret” that he finds it necessary to resign from the board due to issues that require time with his family. He enclosed a $1,000 check that he asked to be used for school technology.