MVUSD board lauds performance of district superintendent

A slide is shown as part of the presentation regarding the Murrieta Valley Unified School District’s plan to submit a waiver application to Riverside University Health Systems – Public Health for approval to open elementary schools. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education kicked off its meeting Thursday, Nov. 12, by discussing the results of the closed session item that pertained to the performance of Superintendent Patrick Kelley.“It is comforting to me to see the measured and thoughtful way that our superintendent has guided the school district,” board member Paul Diffley said. “I can’t right offhand think of anybody who would have done as good a job, certainly a job that right now will be keeping him up during the night. It’s a huge responsibility and he is doing it extremely well and as well as the senior staff working way beyond normal hours and for that, I’m thankful and I am grateful.”Kelley said he was grateful for the kind words.“My efforts have been small in
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