TVUSD superintendent: District on track to meet target dates for reopening

Temecula Valley Unified School District set a tentative reopening date of Monday, March 15, for in-person K-5 classrooms at the school board meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 16, as coronavirus case numbers in Riverside County continue to trend downward. Valley News/Will Fritz file photo
Temecula Valley Unified is on track to meet its targets of opening elementary campuses for part-time, in-person learning on March 15 and doing the same for middle and high school students on April 5. Riverside County already dipped under the threshold of 25.0 coronavirus cases per 100,000 people required for any in-person elementary school learning to take place as of Feb. 23. With the county’s case rate at 11.3 per 100,000 people at the time of TVUSD’s March 2 board meeting, Superintendent Jodi McClay said the district now also appears to be headed below the 7.0 per 100,000 threshold required for secondary schools to partially reopen by the April 5 target date. “It’s looking great,” McClay told TVUSD’s board on March 2. “We are just ecstatic to be going in the right di
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