SCHOOL DISTRICT CREATING ONLINE CLASSES

With countywide school closures being extended through May 1, Morongo Unified School District teachers are working to transition their curriculum, lessons, and assignments to students electronically. Reporter Andrew Dieleman has the details…

To help students continue their education during the school closure, MUSD announced that beginning Monday, March 30, school lessons will be provided to students through digital education platforms, such as Google Classroom, Class Dojo, or Remind. MUSD teachers are currently being trained to transition assignments for students to the digital platforms. Completed work will not be graded and students will not be penalized for not completing the work. Students who do not have access to a computer or internet can contact their school’s principal for additional support in accessing the curriculum. More information will be provided as the online classrooms are completed.

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