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URGENT - ALL TVUSD SCHOOLS CLOSED ON FRIDAY, December 8 Due to Fires and Poor Air Quality Concerns

A decision has been made to close all TVUSD schools on Friday, December 8. The closure pertains to all TVUSD employees and department staff as well.  After consultation with Temecula Fire regarding the Liberty Fire on Los Alamos, as a precautionary measure TVUSD will close all schools.  

 

South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued a smoke advisory saying northeast winds are expected to continue through at least tomorrow morning bringing smoke into the southwestern portion of Riverside County where air quality may reach unhealthy levels or higher in areas directly impacted by smoke.

 

The Liberty Fire has reached 300 acres with ten percent containment.  The Lilac fire has reached 2,500 acres with zero containment and smoke from that fire will negatively impact the air quality in our area.

 

In addition, with the number of mandatory and voluntary evacuations in place and road closures in the area of the fire, we anticipate students, staff, and teachers would have difficulty getting to schools.

 

It is difficult for first responder professionals to predict fire and air quality.  Our top priority is the safety of students and staff.  We will continue to monitor the fires and work collaboratively with Temecula Fire to keep you informed.

 

Laura Boss

Public Information Officer
Temecula Valley Unified School District

 

Posted by: Laura Boss, District Admin, Temecula Valley Unified School District Published:12/7/17
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