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HUSD letter to parents: COVID-19 spike means school operations are ‘fluid’
Keeping schools open in Prescott Valley means meeting protocols, wearing masks in school

In this file photo, Coyote Springs Elementary School students attend their first day of school Aug. 5, 2019, in Prescott Valley. A letter sent home to parents by the Humboldt Unified School District has warned them that if COVID-19 cases continue to rise, school operations may change quickly from in-person learning to at-home learning once again. (Courier file photo)

In this file photo, Coyote Springs Elementary School students attend their first day of school Aug. 5, 2019, in Prescott Valley. A letter sent home to parents by the Humboldt Unified School District has warned them that if COVID-19 cases continue to rise, school operations may change quickly from in-person learning to at-home learning once again. (Courier file photo)

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