TVUSD makes tentative plans to restart in-person elementary classes Nov. 30

Assuming no new health restrictions, the district plans to have most K-5 students return part-time

Temecula Valley Unified School District board members discuss tentative plans for restarting in-person classes at their Oct. 6 meeting.
The Temecula Valley Unified School District’s board of education on Tuesday gave its superintendent the green light to move forward with tentative plans to restart classes for elementary school students in a modified format as soon as the end of next month, assuming Riverside County does not see an uptick in its coronavirus caseload — something that is less than certain at the moment. Superintendent Jodi McClay requested the board’s permission to plan for sending most elementary students back to classrooms in part-time cohorts “no sooner than November 30,” with plenty of safety precautions such as masks and plexiglass barriers at desks. McClay, balancing health guidelines with the wishes of parents who want their children to return to classrooms full-time, expressed that th
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