Superintendent Kelley presents update on start to MVUSD school year

Patrick Kelley, superintendent of Murrieta Valley Unified School District, shows a slide regarding the distance learning model that the district will begin the 2020-2021 school year with Friday, Aug. 14. Valley News/Courtesy photo
During a Murrieta Valley Unified School District board of education special meeting Wednesday, July 29, district superintendent Patrick Kelley gave the board an update on the planned start to the 2020-2021 school year.“Since we last met 12 days ago, things have changed incredibly around the state of California,” Kelley said via a teleconference call. “I want to remind everybody that school is starting on Friday, Aug. 14, and school will be starting in a virtual manner.“This was not a decision that you made or was a decision that is within your purview at this time. On July 17, shortly after our last meeting, the governor issued an order that all districts residing and counties that are on the watch list, that’s at least 32 counties within the state of California and it re
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