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PRINEVILLE, OR  -- Crook County Schools have asked the state to declare their 4th through 12th grade classes as a Pilot Program to get kids back in the classroom. Spokesman Jason Carr says the request was made because Crook county is close to state metrics, but one virus case tips the balance. He says the 600 students in K-3 classes have been in classrooms since day one but not one case has been tied to the schools. Carr says Superintendent Doctor Sara Johnson sent an email to state education director Colt Gill yesterday. He says Gill responded and said he would put together a team to review the request.

 

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