Despite purple tier slide, TVUSD hopes to reopen elementary schools in cohort model Nov. 30

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Jodi McClay, superintendent of Temecula Valley Unified School District, speaks to school board members Tuesday, Oct. 20. Valley News/TVUSD courtesy photo
What does Riverside County’s slide back into the “purple” tier of the state’s coronavirus reopening plan mean for Temecula schools? Jodi McClay, superintendent of Temecula Valley Unified School District, told TVUSD’s board of education, along with community members watching the board’s Oct. 20 meeting, that for now, district staff believe they can continue with planning to reopen elementary schools in a part-time, cohort learning format at the end of November, although that will change if Riverside County does not return to the red tier for an extended period of time. She also said she expects the district should still be able to reopen middle and high schools in a part-time format after winter break, as had been previously planned. McClay said if Riverside County remains
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