Q & A: Where are the packets and other questions about distance learning in Malheur County

Instructional aide Lisa Ward hands out materials to parents. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)

With school buildings statewide closed for the rest of the school year, families in Malheur County and beyond are adjusting to entirely new processes for distance learning.

Following are some common questions, and answers, about the shift for the Malheur County students.

Q. Where can I find more information about what my student’s school is doing?

A. Local schools are providing detailed materials and information on district websites and Facebook pages.

For Ontario, remote learning materials are available online here.

In Nyssa, the district is using an app that can be downloaded on the