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First, you are in our thoughts and prayers during these challenging times. 
Beginning March 19, we will begin remote learning by using familiar online systems to educate our students.  Our strategic commitment to and investment in technology, as well as our dedicated faculty and staff, are firm foundations to make these alternative arrangements.  Of course, this new learning landscape will not be without challenges, but we have a plan in place. 

If you need to contact someone or have business with the school, here are a couple of options for contacting us:

• A comprehensive email list of emails is available on our website at  We will be monitoring our emails and get back to you during regular business hours.
• You may call the school’s central number at 402.553.9424 and leave a voicemail. Our staff will be checking their messages daily.
• If you are unsure of whom to contact, our general email will be monitored and your request and/or inquiry will be forwarded to the appropriate person.

We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause, but like the rest of our country the health and wellbeing of all is our primary concern.  On April 3, like other schools in our state, we announced that all school buildings are closed and all extracurricular activities are cancelled through May 31.

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