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Malheur County schools post strong graduation rates, despite pandemic pressures

An Ontario High School classroom sits empty and ready for cleaning in 2020, as districts prepared for new strategies to educate students in the pandemic era. (Enterprise file photo)

For much of the last school year, high school seniors across Malheur County endured disruptions and isolation.

For part of the year, they had no class time. Instead, they took their lessons remotely.

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