AAPAC group calls for the resignation of MVUSD assistant superintendent during presentation

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A screenshot of of a slide presentation African American Parent Advisory Council during the Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education on Thursday, June 18 shows topics pertaining to an investigation the district has ordered into a racist group chat scandal that was exposed recently. Valley News/Courtesy photo
At Murrieta Valley Unified School District’s June 18 board meeting, the  African American Parent Advisory Council for the district called for the resignation of Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Darren Daniel over a scandal involving a racist group chat shared among Vista Murrieta High School students — including the administrator’s son — several years ago and exposed on social media in recent weeks. Natalie Hartwell, a member of the leadership team on the district’s AAPAC, addressed the racist group chat and the district’s investigation of it. During the presentation, in addition to requesting a series of policy and procedural changes within the district, the advisory group asked for Daniel to step down, as well as for the suspension of any staff members or ad
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