MVUSD staff outlines virtual start of school year

Patrick Kelley, superintendent of Murrieta Valley Unified School District, awards the 2020 Superintendent’s Circle of Excellence awards to Mike Ruiz and Jason Seipp of Vista Murrieta High School during the Thursday, Aug. 13, meeting of the MVUSD Board of Education. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Mary Walters, assistant superintendent of educational services for the Murrieta Valley Unified School District, gave the board of education members and the community a rundown of the start of the 2020-2021 school year during the board’s Thursday, Aug. 13, virtual meeting. MVUSD schools all began the school year with distanced learning Friday, Aug. 14. “Our task forces have been busy preparing for the beginning of school like Mr. Kelley alluded to, our teachers, administrators, classified staff, district departments, and our ed services team have been working tirelessly to prepare for school reopening tomorrow,” Walters said. “We will be utilizing our new learning management system, Canvas, to house teacher and course content, provide a platform for discussions, announcements,
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