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(Fairview, OR) -- The Reynolds School District is sending middle school students home to learn for the next two weeks because of fights breaking out in school. The district says it's because of socialization problems. Some parents say there isn't enough supervision. The school board is considering plans to increase supervision between classes, and they're also talking with the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office to hire deputies as school resource officers.

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