Monthly Archives: April 2020

COVID19 Romote Learning and Grading Information

Lincoln Public Schools is outlining the following grading and graduation guidelines during the period of Coronavirus Pandemic Remote Learning. During fourth quarter, all grades will either be Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory based on work completed and a special Coronavirus Pandemic Closure … Continue reading

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2020 LPS Summer School

June 3 – July 16 No school on July 3 & July 6 Location: High School Summer School will be virtual with remote and eLearning options and no tuition fees. Before you begin, please read the LPS Summer School REGISTRATION DIRECTIONS . LPS … Continue reading

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Deadlines and Updates from Creighton University

Impact of Pass/Fail Grades Switching to a pass/fail grading system will have no impact on Class of 2020 admission, scholarship, or financial aid. (This is assuming that the students are earning pass grades.) For the Class of 2021 and beyond, … Continue reading

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University of Nebraska Deadline Extensions

Application Deadline Due to disruption of daily life brought on by the spread of COVID-19, Nebraska has extended their admission and merit scholarship deadline from May 1, 2020 to June 1, 2020. If students scored at least a 23 on their ACT … Continue reading

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Strive Virtual College Exploration Week

Monday, April 20 – Thursday, April 23, 2020 – 300+ Colleges from 45 states and 10 countries – 96 sessions over 4 days – Day and evening options – Panel presentations on a range of topics for juniors and – … Continue reading

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Nebraska Promise Program

The University of Nebraska has announced their new program, The “Nebraska Promise”, which will guarantee a tuition-free NU education for Nebraskan undergraduate students with family incomes of $60,000 or less. Read More 10/11 Now

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