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    Business Listing   Schools - South Sarpy District 46- Elementary Schools- Springfield Elementary Sc - Springfield, NE - Phone: (402) 253-2245


    Business Listing   Schools - South Sarpy District 46- Food Service - Springfield, NE - Phone: (402) 339-9919


    Business Listing   South Sarpy District 46 - Platteview Central Junior High - Springfield, NE - Phone: (402) 339-5052


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    Helpful Definition for: Schools - All


    A school is an institution where children are educated under the supervision of trained teachers. Most countries provide compulsory formal education. Schools are usually divided into primary and secondary schools in Springfield, where primary school is for young children and secondary school is for teenagers who have completed primary education. In addition to these, Springfield also has well-known play schools, kindergartens or pre-schools. There are also schools for special children, that may be non-profit institutions offering occupational therapy to these children.

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