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CROOK COUNTY, OR - Good news for some small schools in Crook county…they can reopen in September. This includes Brothers, Paulina and the alternative Pioneer School in Prineville. Jason Carr at the school district, says rural superintendents and community members argued against what they called, “one size fits all.” The state granted exemptions to schools with less than 250 students in any county with fewer than 30,000 population. Carr says Crook county schools will meet with public health officials Friday to determine if K-3 classes can also open next month.

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