Primary schools in the Pacific Northwest have an estimated 1.1 million students and 1,700 massage therapists.
The largest of the Oregon schools is Canyons Elementary School in Canyon, with 2,300 students and about 3,100 therapists.
A second school, Canyon Springs Elementary School, has about 1,600 students and more than 1,200 therapists.
The primary schools are located on the banks of the Columbia River and are a good place to go to learn about life at the local school.
But if you are looking for a massage therapy class or are looking to add one to your curriculum, you may want to look elsewhere.
Here are the top five schools in terms of the number of massage therapists: Canyones School, 2,100 students; Canyon Springs School, 1,800 students; Canyans Elementary School and Canyon Springs Middle School, 600 students; and Canyon’s Middle School and Canyos Elementary School are about 600 students.
The Oregon State Board of Education will hold a hearing next week on the new regulations, which will be a part of the upcoming school year.
They are meant to make it easier for parents to access the programs and will be reviewed by the board after the year is over.
The new regulations are a continuation of what’s already happened, said Jennifer Bausch, spokeswoman for the board.
They were approved by the state Education Department.
There are about 4,000 massage therapists in Oregon.
The number is about 6 percent of the school system, Bausich said.
The state has also taken steps to help schools improve their health, safety and well-being, Bauch said.
The board has set up a task force to help local schools and school districts address those issues.