Hello, my name is Kevin Reiman. It is my honor serve as the Superintendent for Auburn Public Schools in Auburn, NE (http://www.auburnpublicschools.org/). It is my goal to make each student’s school experience as enjoyable and successful as possible. I want to ensure that each student leaves Auburn with the necessary skills to be successful in any given profession.
I started my career in education at Weeping Water High School as a 7-12 Science Teacher and Coach. I came to Auburn in 1997 as the High School Guidance Counselor. During this time I also coached several sports including Head Girls Basketball and Softball. After 6 years as Guidance Counselor, I was hired as Auburn’s High School’s Assistant Principal and Activities Director. In 2006, I was named the Auburn High School Principal. In July 2010 I was promoted to Superintendent for Auburn Public Schools.
I received my High School Diploma from Lewiston High School. I earned my undergraduate degree in Secondary Education from UNL, my Masters in Counseling from Creighton University, and my Principal’s Certificate again from UNL. I have Masters in Athletic Administration from Ohio University. I completed by Education Specialist and a MBA from Wayne State College.
I am married to Debora (Rivett) who is an independent early childhood consultant with the Nebraska Department of Education. We have 7 children, Kade (Sophomore at UNL/Southeast Community College), Allyson (Freshman at Peru State College). Madison (Sophomore) Weston (Freshman), Dakota (gr: 7), Denise (gr: 5), and Skylar (gr: 4). We also have two foster care children: Riley (Kindergarten) and Rianna (Preschool).
I enjoy spending my free time with my family, managing the Auburn Legion Baseball Program, and following all of the Bulldog Activities. I am a fan of Husker Athletics, New York Yankees baseball, Kansas City Chiefs football, and Indy Car Racing.
Please feel free to contact me if you have questions. My office number is (402)274-4830. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2017, Auburn completed its 5-year cycle of school improvement. A team of professionals visited Auburn to review the work that was completed over the cycle. As part of the process, Auburn Public Schools presented the following Powerpoint to demonstrate the work that has been completed.