MVUSD expects investigation results near Aug. 14, introduces new equity coordinator

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The Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education heard a presentation from Tamara Dewey – the coordinator of student support: equity, diversity, inclusion – a new position at the district level that was created in the past month. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Murrieta Valley Unified School District responded recently to questions from Valley News and officially introduced the coordinator of a new equity-focused position at the district level during a special board of education meeting. First, the district responded to questions regarding the status of an investigation into an alleged cover-up of a racist group chat involving Vista Murrieta High School students back in 2015. Former student Tori Paller, who was a high school junior at the time, said she took screenshots of a racist group chat titled “Superior” that she discovered involving boys she knew. When she shared the screen shots she found with friends and administrators, she said it led to her being bullied and eventually forced her to leave the school for online learning.
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