The Baker School District is planning regular classes for elementary students this fall, with students in grades 7 through 12 divided into two groups that rotate every other day, with one group attending classes at school while the other takes the same class online.

According to a press release from Superintendent Mark Witty, "The guiding principle for our teams has been to create a safe environment for students, staff and the community while striving to implement as much in-person instruction as possible."

See more in Thursday's issue of the Baker City Herald.

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