Some Oregon superintendents, parents report ‘whiplash’ as state school reopening rules change again

Salem-Keizer superintendent Christy Perry talks during a virtual school board meeting on Tuesday, April 14. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

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Salem-Keizer Superintendent Christy Perry was preparing for a school board meeting Aug. 11 when she got the email from the Oregon Department of Education. 

Perry, who leads Oregon’s second-largest school district, was expecting the latest state guidelines for returning to school. She thought . . .