Malheur schools plan strategies for online education, graduations as COVID-19 closures extend through April

Lunch bags are ready to go in Vale as schools provide meals during the statewide school closure that began this week, in an effort to stem the coronavirus outbreak. (The Enterprise/Joe Siess)

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VALE – Malheur County’s school superintendents are grappling with ways to reach students during the extended statewide school closure due to COVID-19 – and also to ensure that seniors can claim their diplomas this spring.

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