Health and Safety. Choices for Families. Social Emotional Wellness. Student Success.
Update: June 16, 2021
Beginning with the first day of school on July 29, face coverings will be optional for all students and staff for the 2021-22 school year. Read the full message from Superintendent Laura Toenjes.
Update: June 8, 2021
Pardon our digital dust. The Kyrene Safe, Kyrene Strong section of our website is under construction this summer. Some pages and information may be moved, archived or temporarily unavailable during this time. Thank you for your patience, and have a wonderful summer break!
Choose Your Path in 2021-22
Kyrene School District offers both in-person and online options for families. In all cases, students receive live instruction from Kyrene teachers, using Kyrene curriculum. Families can view the highlights of each option in the dropdown menus below, then select the choice that best serves your individual child(ren).
Commitment to Excellence
Kyrene School District is constantly evaluating health and safety strategies to adapt to evolving guidance from federal, State and County health agencies. These are extraordinary times, and Kyrene is committed to delivering excellence in education under any circumstance.
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