TVUSD board, superintendent acknowledge district may continue virtual classes in spring

The district remains ready to reopen as soon as it is authorized to do so, McClay says

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Temecula Valley Unified board members discuss the district's school reopening situation at their Dec. 15 meeting. Valley News/courtesy photo
It may be quite some time before Temecula schools are able to open again in person. Temecula Valley Unified School District’s superintendent, as well as the district’s Board of Education, acknowledged as much in their discussions of the reopening landscape at the Dec. 15 board meeting. But the district stands ready to reopen whenever it becomes safe to do so. “Please hear me loudly and clearly when I say that the district is ready to reopen as soon as we are granted permission to reopen, Superintendent Jodi McClay told TVUSD’s board and community members watching the meeting. However, as she has reiterated at previous meetings, TVUSD does not have the ability to reopen without approval from health authorities, she said. “We do not have the legal authority to open,
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