Health and Safety. Choices for Families. Social Emotional Wellness. Student Success.
Update: September 27, 2021
A court ruling issued on September 27 determined that Arizona law (A.R.S. § 15-342.05) which would have prohibited school districts from requiring face coverings, will not go into effect as planned on September 29. Kyrene’s current mitigation strategies, including the use of face coverings, will continue. As a reminder, face coverings are part of Kyrene School District’s leveled mitigation plan and are required indoors only when community transmission reaches a certain level. Face coverings are not required outside. Face coverings remain mandatory on school buses and District transportation, per federal order.
Kyrene's plans remain flexible to respond to the changing landscape of the pandemic while continuing to offer the excellence in education that is the hallmark of Kyrene.
Learning Options for 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).