(KFOR NEWS  August 7, 2019)  AP – Nebraska school officials in areas hard hit by flooding earlier this year expect that, as school starts, they’ll have to deal with displaced students – some still traumatized by their ordeals.  A massive March storm dumped inches of rain runoff and snowmelt into several rivers, pushing some to record levels in Nebraska, and other states, breaching levees and dikes.  Fremont superintendent, Mark Shepard,tells the Omaha World Herald, he worries about the trauma, saying the first rainstorm after the flooding caused some elementary students to weep, worried that more flooding was imminent.

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