TVUSD board receives update on plans for return to school

Temecula Valley Unified’s Governing Board received an update at its June 30 board meeting on district officials’ plans for reopening schools in the fall, including on safety protocols that are being developed for each of the plans that are being developed as options for parents.Deputy Superintendent Jodi McClay said district staff are continuing how to evaluate three potential options for parents, which she had previously presented to the board at its June 9 meeting: a traditional, in-person model; an online-only model; and a hybrid that is in between the previous two options.She told board members at the virtual meeting that the district is also exploring a “Plan B” that includes only a “cohort” model and an online-only model in the event that developments with the pan
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