TVUSD to explore return to full-time learning, online-only instruction or hybrid option

Temecula Valley Unified School District board members meet virtually, June 9.
The Temecula Valley Unified School District Governing Board at its June 9 meeting directed district leaders to continue planning for three possibilities of how instruction will look in the fall: full-time online learning, a return to traditional in-school learning or a hybrid model that’s somewhere in between.Before beginning a discussion on how to move forward, the board heard a presentation from outgoing Superintendent Timothy Ritter, soon-to-be Superintendent (and current deputy superintendent) Jodi McClay and other district staff on parent surveys and “think tank” meetings the district has conducted to analyze options for restarting classes in the 2020-2021 school year after the previous year was brought to an abrupt end by the coronavirus pandemic.In surveying parents, t
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