Inland school districts ponder plans after Newsom’s new education deal – Press-Enterprise


Even as some elementary students returned to Corona-Norco Unified campuses Monday, March 1, and Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders announced a deal intended to ease reopening for the state’s public schools, other Inland Empire districts are considering what comes next for them.

The Moreno Valley Unified School District board gets an update on the coronavirus pandemic in the district and preparations for a return to in-person instruction at every meeting, according to spokeswoman Anahi Velasco.

“The board will certainly review and take into consideration any new information from the state,” Velasco wrote in an email on Monday. “However, they are aware that there have been many parents calling us indicating that they would like to continue to remain in distance learning. At the same time, we have also received calls from parents who are interested in in-person instruction options.”



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