Jeff Pack Staff Writer Riverside County health officials have begun approving waiver applications from public and private schools in the county and several area private schools have already been approved to reopen.  As of yet, no public school districts have applied for the waivers, though many expect the county to move into the next tier in the state of California’s framework for reopening on Monday, Sept. 21. That would mean all schools in the county could reopen, provided they meet the requirements set by the state and county in order to safely do so.  Most recently, Linfield Christian School and Rancho Community School in Temecula were given the go-ahead by the county and Linfield will open its doors to students in grades 6 and below on Sept. 21 with Rancho Christian doin
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