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PRINEVILLE, OR -- Crook County Schools will reopen on September 8th with options for students and families. Jason Carr at the school district says there will be teachers in the classroom. He says, says at the same time schools will offer families the option of having their children take on-line classes. Carr says another option is students can take some classes online and other classes in a classroom with a teacher. He says one reason they can do this is a grant from Facebook for 450-thousand dollars. Carr says the money was used for I-Pads and Chrome books for students. He says Crook County Schools will hold a series of community forums over the summer to collaborate with parents on the new choice-based learning model.

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