Oregon officials consider state changes that could give Malheur County schools more leeway to open

Victor Trujillo watches as son Juan Trujillo gets a temperature check recently outside the school from Lori Ballou of the Nyssa School staff. (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz)

Oregon school officials are considering changing rules to get more students back into classrooms.

Doing so without putting families and school workers at risk of contracting Covid is the challenge.

“Our highest priority is to . . .

You have reached content available exclusively to Malheur Enterprise digital subscribers.

Receive a 3-day free trial of unlimited digital access.

Already a subscriber? Login here.