ENTERPRISE — As Wallowa County schools prepare for a new school year, another look at keeping kids safe from COVID-19 is a major part of administrators’ concerns.

Becky Nordtvedt, the new superintendent for the Wallowa County Educational Service District, said Thursday, Aug. 18, that each school district sets its own policies and those plans must be submitted to the Oregon Department of Education by Friday, Aug. 26 — or the first day of school, whichever is earliest.

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