The Mariposa County Unified School District Board of Trustees had a gut-wrenching decision to make last week.
In the middle of a global pandemic, one that has descended heavily on the state of California, the board had to decide how to begin the upcoming school year.
No matter what decision the board made, members were going to hear about it from the public — and they have.
What the board decided is the virus is just too prevalent right now to risk sending students back to school. They tried to ...
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