|Oct 20||Due to issues with the supplier, football playoff shirts will be arriving Thursday. We will do our best to get them out to everyone ASAP.|
|Oct 19||On Wednesday, our Sailor Crews will meet and have lunch together. S's may bring a sack lunch or have a hotdog sack lunch from school. 1:00 Dismissal!|
|Oct 17||Anchor Club will meet on Monday, October 18th @ 5:00 at the Village Office. A great group doing wonderful things for our kids! See you there!|
|Oct 16||Sailor Football Playoff Shirt orders are due Monday, October 18th by 10:00 AM in the Front Office. Order forms can be picked up at our friendly, local Subway.|
Paul graduated from Sutherland in 1971; he was involved in athletics, Music, Drama and was the Valedictorian. He attended Kearney State College graduating in 1974, with a B.S. in Pre-Medicine. He went on to graduate school at UNO Medical Center receiving his M.D. degree in 1977.
In 1980 he completed his residency and began a very successful career as a professor at the UNO Medical Center. He served as the Assistant Dean for Clinical, Education, and Quality for UNMC College of Medicine. He has been consistently recognized and honored for his teaching innovations. His Professor years were also highlighted by publishing numerous journal articles and books as a member of the Department of Family Medicine.
Paul has held several State, Federal, and National consulting positions and spoken nationally. Dr. Paulman and his wife, Dr. Audrey Paulman teamed up to have an integral part of creating and growing the UNMC Sharing Clinic. This is a student-run clinic that provides care to the underserved in Omaha and is recognized nationally as a model for student-run clinics.
The Paulman's have two children, Roger who is an intensive care physician in Ogden, Utah and Kate is a foreign service officer in Moscow, Russia. They also enjoy traveling and have been to all 7 continents. Paul is very community-minded with an emphasis in serving the youth.