No elementary waiver, but TVUSD’s McClay says in-person learning may be able to resume soon

Jodi McClay, superintendent of Temecula Valley Unified, addresses the district’s board of education, Tuesday, Sept. 15. Valley News/Temecula Valley Unified School District photo
Schools in Riverside County remain unable to open for in-person instruction, but Jodi McClay, superintendent of Temecula Valley Unified School District, said there are some promising metrics to indicate that may be allowed very soon.Speaking at the district Board of Education’s Sept. 15 meeting, McClay said the county is moving in the right direction for in-person learning to resume.At the time of the meeting, Riverside County’s coronavirus test positivity rate had fallen to 7.8% – below the threshold of 8% at which the county could move from the “purple” tier of the state’s reopening framework into the “red” tier in which schools can reopen. However, the county’s daily case rate at the time was reported as being 8.6 new cases per 100,000 residents.A day after
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