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    Southern Ontario school boards are getting ready to reopen a portion of their schools to in-person learning next week.

    On Monday, the government allowed schools in seven public health units to reopen physical classrooms, which means that nine boards have to create different plans for different towns in their jurisdiction. 

    Diane Lloyd, chair of the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board, oversees schools in Clarington that will remain closed and schools in Northumberland and Peterborough that will reopen, said, “It’s definitely more difficult to have one board be going in two different directions.”

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