TVUSD superintendent: Return to in-person learning for K-5 tentatively set for March 15

Middle and high school students will have to wait until April 5 at the earliest for in-person learning to begin again

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Temecula Valley Unified’s superintendent expects elementary students will be able to return to in-person learning next month, she told the district’s school board during their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16. With Riverside County’s coronavirus case numbers continuing to trend downward, TVUSD Superintendent Jodi McClay said the district is anticipating the county will soon be under the case rate threshold required to begin reopening K-5 classrooms. As of the meeting Feb. 16, Riverside County had a COVID-19 case rate of 28.8 per 100,000. K-5 classrooms can begin reopening once a county has remained under a case rate of 25 per 100,000 for five days. McClay said district staff were tentatively planning on a start date of March 15 for K-5 students. “This date gives us time to get
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