HUSD votes to continue distance learning until 2021

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The Hemet Unified School District board of trustees held a public hearing and study session on returning to in-person instruction at its regularly scheduled board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 13.At the study session, the HUSD board voted to continue distance learning until Thursday, Jan. 21, for elementary schools and Monday, Feb. 1, for secondary schools. The decision will be revisited if the COVID-19 case numbers in Riverside County improve.The meeting was available to the public on YouTube through an audio livestream and questions from the public submitted remotely.Megan Haley, president of the HUSD governing board, addressed Anza’s student parents via social media, “As your local HUSD representative, I can tell you that this decision was not taken lightly. The reality is that
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