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Governor shuts down Nebraska schools til May 31
04/02/2020

(KLZA)-- All schools in Nebraska will be operating in an alternative learning environment for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. 

Governor Pete Ricketts issued a Directive Health Measure Wednesday evening. 

With this directive, all schools are closed to students until May 31 and all extracurricular activities are cancelled until May 31.  This will mean no spring competitions and all district and state championship competitions are cancelled. 

Traditional graduation ceremonies are not going to be possible in May.  Schools will be working to determine appropriate alternative methods to honor the Class of   2020 in each community, whether it be a ceremony at a later date or some other locally determined alternative graduation that complies with the guidance of health officials. 

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