High Plains pleased with state test results

With two major changes occurring in this year’s NeSA (Nebraska State Accountability) testing criteria for Nebraska students, administrators at High Plains Community schools are pleased with this year’s results as they continue their focus on 2018.
“District-wise we were above the state average in all three categories,” said High Plains Supt. Brian Tonniges.

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