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REDMOND. OR -- The decision to have Oregon students take online classes through the end of the school year will present challenges. Redmond Superintendent Mike Mcintosh says he has 11-hundred students who have no access to online education at home, a problem he hopes to resolve by Monday. Mcintosh says they have a plan to help all students get through the on-line school year with special attention to seniors. He says this week Redmond schools will finish the second trimester that would have ended at the start of spring break. McIntosh says the third trimester will start Monday and the school year will end, as planned, on June 11th.

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