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Six Bellevue schools affected by storms

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Posted at 11:25 AM, Jun 19, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-19 12:25:50-04

BELLEVUE, Neb. (KMTV) - Six Bellevue schools were affected by Friday's storms and some are still without power. 

According to Bellevue Public Schools Officials, Two Springs Elementary had roof damage and parts of the roof are still missing. Some skylights at the school were also broken and there was tree damage outside on the grounds. 

Two Springs will be moving its final week of summer school to Lewis and Clark Middle School. 

The other schools damaged were Belleaire Elementary, Fairview Elementary, Fort Crook Elementary, LeMay Elementary and Leonard Lawrence Elementary. 

Fort Crook and LeMay are both still without power and will be moving their summer school classes to Peter Sarpy Elementary until power is restored at Fort Crook. 

Belleaire will be moved to Betz until power is restored at the building. Belleaire ISEC students will be moved to Mission Middle School. 

Leonard Lawrence and Fairview both have power, so their schedules will not be altered.