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Inland school district goes online

The Moreno Valley Unified School School District has started two online learning programs for students of all levels.

With that move, Moreno Valley Unified becomes one of the latest school districts in the Inland Empire to offer an online alternative to traditional classroom instruction, according to a published report.

In August, the district started the Moreno Valley Online Academy for kindergarten through 10th grade students, and the Graduation Opportunity School for 11th and 12th grade students who would not earn enough credits to graduate on time if they remained in traditional classes.

The latter, known as the “Go Program,” also allows students who left before graduating to return to school and get a high school diploma, according to the report.

Moreno Valley Unified’s online program and its principal, Tammy Guizzetta, is based at March Mountain High School

Other school districts in Riverside County are offering online programs, including the Perris Union High School District and the Riverside, Lake Elsinore and Murrieta Valley unified school districts, according to the report.

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