Poway, California — The Poway Unified School District and San Diego Union High School District announced on Sunday that their application to expand face-to-face learning was rejected by the California Public Health Service.
Applications for both districts were supported by Dr. Wilma Uten, San Diego County Public Health Officer.
Poway Unified School District Superintendent Marian Kim Phelps reopens district middle and high school in an email to her family as she needs to move students between classes rather than staying in the same group all day long. Said that the request to do was rejected. She said the district could reopen by mid-next week if the county moved to the loosely restricted red layer by March 16.
Robert Haley, director of the San Diego Union High School District, said his district upheld the decision to have some students reported to school on Monday.
“We want everyone to know that we support our decision to send students assigned to school tomorrow to school,” Haley said in a statement on the district’s website. “We are considering options and will update for family and staff during the day on Monday.”
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