With local school districts returning from spring break into a new world of shuttered campuses and social distancing, most districts are moving students to online learning – but the rules for learning from home won’t be the same as if students were still in their classrooms. The Temecula Valley Unified School District put out an announcement April 3 stating that students’ grades will effectively be frozen as of March 13, the last day of in-person classes. Students can raise their grades through distance learning curriculum, but no assignments will be able to negatively impact them. Basically, students moving to distance learning are also jumping to extra credit only. “Any assignment placed in the (Infinite Campus) Gradebook from April 6 through the end of the school year can
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