MVUSD board holds moment of silence, pushes back start date

Pictured is a screen shot of graduation rate rankings within the state of California and the ranking of Murrieta Valley Unified School District student graduation rates. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Murrieta Valley Unified School District’s governing board began its Tuesday, Dec. 15, annual organizational and educational facilities corporation meeting with a moment of silence for former superintendent Stan Scheer who died days before from COVID-19 in Colorado.Scheer, 77, died days after his wife, Marian, 82, succumbed to the coronavirus.He served as superintendent for the district from 2006 to 2012, leaving to assume the same role for a school district in Colorado.In the other significant event of the night, Superintendent Patrick Kelley passed along information regarding the virus and how it relates to the reopening of schools, saying it was unlikely that the county would allow the schools to open Jan. 11, 2021, as planned for the start of the second semester.“It
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