LEUSD to present update on reopening plan

Lake Elsinore Unified School District will present an update on the district’s Draft School Reopening Plan 2020-2021 during the Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees on October 8 at 6 p.m.

“Defining our plan to reopen schools when it is safe to do so is our primary focus,” said Superintendent Dr. Doug Kimberly. “The draft plan for public review illustrates the complexity of reopening under COVID-19 pandemic conditions. Under a hybrid learning model featuring some in-person instruction and distance learning, school will feel and look different.”

School reopening timelines and student schedules are actively under negotiation and are not included in the draft that will be discussed at the October meeting. “Once student schedules and reopening timelines are complete and available to the public, we can then schedule a Special Meeting in October for trustees to adopt the final school reopening plan,” said Kimberly.

The LEUSD Board of Trustees and executive staff have been working in unison with the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association and California School Employees Association and its Chapter 598 to develop plans to safely and effectively reopen schools this school year while minimizing learning disruptions.

“Riverside County recently moved to the Red Tier, indicating COVID-19 community spread is substantial; therefore, when it comes to reopening schools, our district is directly connected to the safety and welfare of tens of thousands of county residents,” said Kimberly.

To view the Draft School Reopening plan, click here. To attend the October 8 meeting via Zoom, click here. The agenda can be viewed here.


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