MVUSD board hears update on in-person specialized programs

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The Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education heard from staff about the latest update plans and progress related to specialized in-person services for students in the district during the board meeting Thursday, Sept. 10. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Before the Thursday, Sept. 10, meeting of the Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education began, the board announced that during the closed session, they discussed superintendent Patrick Kelley’s performance evaluation and took no action on the subject. The board also adopted a resolution denouncing racism and supporting equity, safety and well-being of all students reported on in a separate story by Valley News. The board heard the latest update plans and progress related to specialized in-person services for students that have been authorized by public health officials. “The conditions change so very quickly,” Kelley told the board. “Since our last meeting, the governor once against the system when it comes to evaluating when our schools can reopen. So thi
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