Jeff Pack Staff Writer Citing advice from its lawyers, Rancho Christian School announced on Tuesday, July 21 that the Temecula K-12 private school plans to open the school year on Aug. 19 with an in-person learning option for students.  In an email and website posting by President Scott Treadway, Secondary School Principal Jerry Stayton, and Elementary School Principal Mary Kathryn Boucher, the posting reads: “Our team of attorneys have made it clear to us that Rancho is free to open school on-site, on time,” it reads. “We are fully prepared to open school on campus this fall for families that choose this option.” On July 17, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered all school campuses to remain closed when the academic year begins in counties on the state's monitoring list due to spik
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