LEUSD students won’t return to campuses until 2021

Lake Elsinore Unified plans to survey parents on various plans to restart classes part-time before a vote on Oct. 22, though no timeline for when reopening may occur has yet been established. Valley News/Shane Gibson file photo
Lake Elsinore Unified students won’t be heading back to physical classrooms until January at the earliest.LEUSD’s board of trustees voted Oct. 22 to continue distance learning through the rest of the semester and set a tentative restart date of Jan. 13, with students being allowed to return to classrooms part-time on that date. The district also voted to approve draft plans for part-time reopening.“We cannot predict the public health impact as the COVID-19 pandemic moves into this winter,” Superintendent Doug Kimberly told the LEUSD board. “We do know COVID-19 will continue to heavily impact instruction and school operations this school year. Reopening schools will likely be like starting a brand new school year because of the pandemic and social distancing requirements a
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