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    Health and Safety. Choices for Families. Social Emotional Wellness. Student Success.

    Update: January 12, 2022

    Kyrene, like most school districts, is seeing increased numbers of COVID-19 reports from students and staff. Due to staffing shortages, the volume of messages, and the time needed to send courtesy potential-exposure notices, effective immediately schools will be sending notices only when the Maricopa County Department of Public Health identifies an outbreak on campus. 


    Update: January 1, 2022

    Face coverings will be required indoors at all school campuses and district facilities upon return to school on Monday, January 3.

    The CDC and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health have released new guidance about quarantine and isolation periods. It is the first change to quarantine and isolation guidance since the school year started. This significant new development was followed by new data showing elevated community spread within our Kyrene boundaries. 

    Kyrene’s goal is still to make face coverings optional as soon as it is safe to do so.

    Read the full message from Superintendent Toenjes and the Kyrene Emergency Management Team. 


    Kyrene Safety Measures
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  • 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).

  • About In-Person Learning

  • About Kyrene Digital Academy

Last Modified on January 20, 2022