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PRINEVILLE, OR -- Crook county schools opened yesterday and having met state metrics, they were able to have K-to-3 students in the classroom, although there was a bit of a different feel to it. Spokesman Jason Carr says in the past, doors would have opened early for kids to get their breakfast meal. He says they had to send students in one at a time after they went through temperature checks. Carr says each student brings their own mask to school but once inside the classroom teachers and students have face shields. 

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