The Morongo Unified School District, in an effort to have consistent closure dates throughout the County, will keep all schools closed through May 1, 2020.
CHIHUAHUA FOUND IN YUCCA VALLEY
Female Chihuahua or possibly a Jack Russel Terrier
White with dark & light brown spots
Found near: Yucca Trail & Cherokee near Elks Lodge in Yucca Valley
Call: Shelby 760-799-0544
POMERANIAN LOST IN LANDERS
Female Pomeranian orange/sable colored with some black, no collar
Lost near: Dusty Mile & Lynn Rd. in Landers
Call: Guadalupe 909-756-9174
2 DOGS LOST IN 29 PALMS
1 female Belgian Shepherd with gold & black long fur.
6 yrs old, has microchipped, named “Lady”.
1 male Pitbull reddish-brown with hazel eyes, 5 months old, named “Zeus”.
Lost near: Lear Ave & Two Mile in 29 Palms
Call: Rose 760-894-8794
The Morongo Unified School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously in a special meeting this morning and voted 5-0 to close all district schools through Monday, April 20. Reporter Andrew Dieleman has more about what the decision means for area students…
The MUSD Board of Trustees voted unanimously Wednesday morning to extend the closure of all district schools through April 20 with April 21 being the anticipated day students can return to school. Meanwhile, the District will continue to distribute grab-and-go meals and education review materials for all students at school sites. Superintendent Tom Baumgarten told Z107.7 news that the District will continue to monitor the spread of Coronavirus and provide updates to parents, students, and the community; but stated that another extension of school closure is a possibility.