Malheur County schools strive to help homeless kids find school success

ONTARIO – As classrooms across Malheur County fill again after the holidays, the first weeks after winter break can be challenging for local homeless students and their families.

According to the most recent numbers from the Oregon Department of Education, the county as a whole logs 276 students who are considered homeless.

The three biggest school districts in the area, Nyssa, Vale and Ontario, have 28, 67, and 171 . . .

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