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The Network is a monthly publication of the journalism students at Marian High School, Nebraska’s only Class A Catholic, North Central Accredited college preparatory school for girls. The Network is a member of N.H.S.P.A. and the N.S.P.A. It is our goal to provide an accurate and informative news source for the student community. Opinions expressed on opinion pages do not necessarily represent those of the entire community. Students, faculty, and friends are invited to voice their opinion in Letters to the Editors. All letters must be typed, signed, and sent to this address:

The Network, Marian High School, 7400 Military Ave., Omaha, NE 68134

Or emailed to us here: netpaper@omahamarian.org

Or call us at 402-571-2618 x 1134

Follow us on Twitter @MHSbeat

Follow us on Instagram @MHSpub

To contact the adviser, Mrs. Marsha Kalkowski, email mkalkowski@omahamarian.org or call the journalism lab (number above).

Contact the 2020-2021 editors, Anna Rasgorshek (22.anna.rasgorshek@omahamarian.org) Elleiana Green (email 22.elleiana.green@omahamarian.org) for information about the network. For questions about the website or suggestions for web coverage, contact online editor Gigi Salerno at 22.gianna.salerno@omahamarian.org.

*Removal/Deletion policy
*Once a story has been aired or posted on online platforms, it may not be removed or deleted without just cause.
Just causes may be in the case of a compelling journalistic reason, such as a violation of standard journalistic ethics (for example,
the story is found to be libelous, slanderous, or may cause harm). Factual errors are not cause for deletion of a story, but will compel the staff to correct to make corrections, and include an editor’s note to reflect the change from a previous version.

• A letter of “request of removal” for a story can be submitted to the adviser (mkalkowski@omahamarian.org) and will be considered on an
individual basis. The final decision rests with the current year Leadership Team upon consultation with the adviser. Decisions will be made based on the specific reasoning for the request. The letter of removal must have a detailed explanation of the request.

• A staff member who has graduated may request that an item they created and had published be removed from the online edition by direct request in writing. The final decision for a former staff member’s request rests with the current year Leadership Team upon consultation with the adviser.  Because we are students at a private school, we also will respond positively to administrator or founder (Servants of Mary) requests for removal.