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Tucson Unified School District - Next Steps 2020. A new era for education

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Re-Entry Plans

District-Level Re-Entry Plans

A-Z Listing of School Plans

Fall Sports Re-Entry Updates

Updated September 24, 2020

On September 28, TUSD would have the following sports following Phase 3 guidelines:

  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • Volleyball

Cross Country, Golf, and Volleyball have been approved for competition in Fall 2020. Volleyball competition begins no sooner than October 5.

Phase 2 Sports

The following sports continue in Phase 2:

  • Football
  • Spiritline

For more information about Interscholastics Guidelines, see Interscholastics Re-Entry Plan (in PDF).


Please call your school with any questions you have.

For the latest information and details, see Interscholastics Updates.

Tips for the School Year!

Re-Entry Presentations

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Take a look at the Re-Entry Presentations

Updates from Dr. Trujillo

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Same Great Instruction: At School or At Home

Remote Learning for All Students - Prioritized Service on Campus for At-Risk and High-Need Students

On August 10, all of our students began with Remote Learning at home, participating in high-quality instruction taught by TUSD teachers.

We also offer prioritized on-campus services to identified groups of students that represent a segment of the Tucson Unified School District's overall student body defined as "high needs" or "at risk."

Additionally, there will be a delay of comprehensive on-campus learning options for the entire district, outside of identified "high needs" or "at risk" groups, for the 1st quarter grading period (October 9, 2020) and until recommendations from the Pima County Health Department support a physical re-opening of campuses in the district for in campus instruction.

Once the Pima County Health Department can support a physical re-opening of district campuses, you will have two options: In-School Learning or Remote Learning. See our Next Steps 2020 Options page to compare these choices.

Regardless of whether you choose In-School Learning or Remote Learning, you'll receive the same high quality of instruction and use the same learning platforms and curriculum.

We created these models with these guiding principles:

  • Maintaining continuity of instruction
  • Keeping students and staff safe and healthy
  • Ensuring access and equity for all students
  • Providing high-quality instruction for all students
  • Ensuring flexibility to meet the needs of and advocate for all students

To learn more about the detailed plan for providing high-quality instruction through both classroom and remote learning, see Instructional Re-Entry Planning for 2020-2021

At regular intervals, you'll be able to transition from one model to the other, depending on your family's needs. Because we will be following the same schedules and using the same learning platforms, this transition can happen without disruption to your child's learning.

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