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PRINEVILLE, OR -- The Oregon Department of Education will no longer use state test positivity rates to determine when schools can reopen. The state now requires 10 or fewer cases per 100,000 residents in a county for three straight weeks for older kids to come back to class.  Jason Carr, spokesman for Crook County Schools, says that if the metrics are in the district’s favor on Monday, that will be three weeks in a row which means grades four through twelve could be returning for in-person instruction as early as October fifth.  Deschutes and Jefferson counties virus numbers are much higher.

 

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