• Amphitheater Hybrid Model

    On Sept. 15, the Governing Board approved a plan for the District to open in a hybrid model that brings students back to in-person two days a week and continues a remote learning model three days a week. 

    The hybrid model, which is supported by the Pima County Health Department, allows for smaller in-person class sizes while also providing the benefits of seeing teachers and classmates face-to-face.

    A few requirements:

    • Individuals must stay home if they have symptoms of illness (fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea.)
    • All students and staff must wear masks. Students may request an exemption from this requirement by submitting a request to the School Health Office. 
    • Individuals must keep physical distance of at least six feet whenever possible.
    • Individuals should wash their hands regularly for at least 20 seconds each time.
    • Individuals should avoid touching their faces.

    More information

    The District has implemented policies and procedures to help keep campuses health and safe. Find more information here. Each campus is also implementing practices specific to their buildings and population. If you have questions about specifics, please contact your school. Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions

    K-5 Schedule

    Here is a sample schedule for students in grades K-5. The Distrct has sent letters with cohort assignments were put in the U.S. Mail on Friday, Sept. 25. Preschools are working on their schecules and will share with parents as soon as they have them. Specialist classes will be modified/rotated.

    MONDAY:

    --Cohort 1 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 2 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    TUESDAY:

    --Cohort 2 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 1 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    WEDNESDAY:

    --Both cohorts work remotely with their teachers through Zoom sessions and online platforms or on packet work.

    THURSDAY:

    --Cohort 1 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 2 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    FRIDAY:

    --Cohort 2 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 1 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    Middle and High School Sample Schedule

    Below is a sample schedule for students in the middle and high school hybrid model.

    Here is a sample schedule for students in grades 6-12. The Distrct has sent letters with cohort assignments were put in the U.S. Mail on Friday, Sept. 25. Preschools are working on their schecules and will share with parents as soon as they have them. 

    MONDAY:

    --Cohort 1 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 2 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    TUESDAY:

    --Cohort 2 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 1 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    WEDNESDAY:

    --Both cohorts work remotely with their teachers through Zoom sessions and online platforms or on packet work.

    THURSDAY:

    --Cohort 1 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 2 works remotely on remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.

    FRIDAY:

    --Cohort 2 goes to school in-person.
    --Cohort 1 works remotely on  remote learning software, projects, reading, math projects, etc., as assignment by their teachers.