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Smaller Clark County school districts plan kids’ return

Camas, Washougal, Woodland outline strategies for pupils

By , Columbian staff writer
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Clark County’s smaller school districts are starting to formulate new reopening plans to welcome more students back into buildings after winter break.

On Monday, the Camas School District Board of Directors unanimously approved Superintendent Jeff Snell’s updated timeline, which includes five grade levels receiving in-person learning in groups no larger than 15 students twice a week by Feb.

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