Health and Safety. Choices for Families. Social Emotional Wellness. Student Success.
Update: March 25
The Kyrene Emergency Management Team has reviewed Executive Order 2021-06, issued today by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, to determine what impact it may have on Kyrene’s COVID-19 mitigation plan and safety protocols. The new Executive Order does not rescind or make any changes to Executive Order 2020-51, pertaining to schools, or AZDHS Emergency Measure 2020-04, which specifically requires face coverings in schools.
Face coverings must still be worn on all Kyrene school campuses, buses and facilities.
Circumstances and guidance related to COVID-19 have continued to evolve throughout the school year, and Kyrene School District has built a plan flexible enough to respond to those evolutions. These are extraordinary times, but Kyrene is committed to delivering excellence in education under any circumstance.
Choose Your Path Back to School
Kyrene School District is offering a full spectrum of choices for a safe return to school. Families can view the highlights of each option in the dropdown menus below, then select the choice that best serves your individual child(ren). Families interested in KDA will be placed on a waitlist and accepted on a space-available basis.
Hundreds of individuals spent thousands of hours developing Kyrene's Safe Return to School plan and continue to monitor and modify plans, as needed, in response to the changing circumstances of the global pandemic. To ensure that questions are directed to the appropriate design groups for consideration, please submit questions to email@example.com. If answers are not immediately available, they may be addressed in future communications, on this web page, or by individual schools. Your feedback is invaluable. Thank you for taking the time to reach out to Kyrene!
Questions about enrollment may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTICE: The conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are continually evolving, and Kyrene’s Safe Return to School plans will be constantly evaluated to adapt to the continuing trends of the COVID-19 virus, especially in Maricopa County.