Return to School in a Pandemic Environment
Welcome to the Returning Students to Campus in a Pandemic Environment page.
In this dynamic environment, it is important for families to have a central place for accurate and timely information. In accordance with the California Department of Public Health's Re-opening Framework, Riverside County may resume in-person instruction for all MVUSD students, as long as we adhere to the health and safety mandates listed in the State's guidance documents.
In December, 2020 the California Governor unveiled a new “Safe Schools for All Plan”. The “Safe Schools for All Plan” is based on growing scientific evidence that with the right precautions we can effectively minimize in-school transmissions of COVID-19. This proposal was developed in partnership with medical experts and state educators to outline a safe return to school for students in California. Details of this plan, were then released in January 2021 with an updated guidance for returning students to schools campus. Below are the state mandated documents, Board approved on Thursday January, 28, 2021 and submitted to local and state public health agencies.
COVID Safety Plan:
Over the past few months, employees within and across all departments, as well as employee groups, Murrieta Educators Association (MEA) and California School Employees Association (CSEA) have been working diligently to develop plans that are safe and effective while continuing to offer quality virtual education.
For detailed information on each learning model and to view frequently asked questions, please visit the resources and pages listed below.
If students and parents have any questions, comments, or issues please contact your student(s) school site.
Thank you for your partnership during this pandemic. We are in this together to ensure the health and safety of our students and our entire community.
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