PUHSD board approves online-only instruction due to COVID-19 pandemic

Kim Harris Managing Editor The Perris Unified High School District has approved a plan to open high schools in full distance learning mode, citing the inability to keep all students safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic during a special meeting held Wednesday, July 8.  PUHSD will have online learning five days a week Monday through Friday with a daily learning schedule that will allow students to work from home or anywhere for students at Paloma Valley, Heritage and Perris high schools. “This part of our rights as students and staff to be safe on campus,” one commenter said in written comments read aloud to the board since the meeting was a virtual one.  The commenter also addressed the issue of students and families being affected by COVID-19 disproportionately. As of July 9,
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