MEDFORD, Ore. --- The Jackson County Board of Commissioners and the Medford School District are doing what they can to try to get students to return to in person learning.
They are trying to get governor brown to re-evaluate the metrics so students can go back to school.
Last week the school district’s board of directors passed a resolution asking Governor Brown to do just that.
On Thursday, the Jackson County Board of Commissioners met and agreed to move forward with the letter to the governor.
“It's reiterating the fact that overall, the data is showing that schools are not super spreaders,” Jackson County Commissioner Rick Dyer said.
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners plans to send the letter sometime in the coming weeks.
This is based on approval from the health departments, so nothing has been set in stone just yet.