MVUSD votes to offer hybrid learning model to students in November, January

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During a teleconference meeting of the Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education Thursday, Oct. 8, district staff presented a plan to bring students to school campuses in the near future with hybrid learning models for elementary and secondary schools. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Jeff Pack Staff Writer The Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education ultimately unanimously approved the district staff’s proposal to reopen school campuses to students with a hybrid learning model in addition to a virtual learning model.  With a 5-0 vote, the board now moves forward with a plan in which families will have the option of choosing between the two learning models.  The board received 135 letters from members of the community regarding the issue and though they didn’t hear all of the comments submitted for the meeting, most were posted for the public to read on the district’s website and provided to board members beforehand, and there were arguments for both sides of the issue.  As it stands, students in grades transitional kindergarten (
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