Temecula’s Wi-Fi Gardens off to a good start

Ryder Turner, a fifth-grade student in Temecula, uses a new Wi-Fi garden to connect with teachers and school activities during distance learning at the Margarita Community Park. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A combined effort from the city of Temecula and Temecula Valley Unified School District resulted in the creation of Wi-Fi Gardens – a space where distanced learning students can come to login to their classes and receive help from staff and volunteers.Gary Oddi, former school principal and athletic director and current Temecula Community Services commissioner, participated recently in helping students who attended the garden at Margarita Community Park.He also gave a little background on the program.“We had a joint district city me
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