PHOENIX - Students around the Valley are preparing to head back to school over the next few weeks.
The earliest students will be heading back is July 25 for the Balsz School District, Chandler Unified School District, Florence Unified School District, Riverside School District, and Superior Unified School District.
While some students will return to school this July, for most school districts the start date sits between August 8 and 10.
Here's a look at start dates for all the school districts around the Valley:
Agua Fria Union High School District (Avondale) 8/8 Freshman, 8/9 All Students
Alhambra Elementary School District (Phoenix) 8/9
Apache Junction Unified School District 8/9
Avondale Elementary School District 8/8
Balsz School District (Phoenix) 7/25
Buckeye Elementary School District #33 (Buckeye) 8/3
Buckeye Union High School District #201 (Buckeye) 8/3
Cartwright School District (Phoenix) 8/10
Casa Grande Elementary School District (Casa Grande) 8/8
Casa Grande Union High School District (Casa Grande) 8/8
Cave Creek Unified School District (Cave Creek) 8/11
Chandler Unified School District (Chandler) 7/25
Coolidge Unified District (Coolidge) 8/8
Creighton School District (Phoenix) 8/8
Deer Valley Unified School District (Phoenix) 8/15
Dysart Unified School District #89 (El Mirage) 8/8
Florence Unified School District (Florence) 7/25
Fountain Hills Unified School District #98 8/8
Fowler Elementary School District #45 (Phoenix) 8/1
Gilbert Unified School District (Gilbert) 8/10
Glendale Elementary School District #40 8/1
Glendale Union High School District (Glendale) 8/15
Higley Unified School District 8/8
Humboldt Unified School District (Prescott Valley) 8/8
Isaac School District #5 (Phoenix) 8/22
J.O. Combs School District 8/8
Kyrene School District #28 (Tempe) 8/8
Laveen Elementary School District 8/8
Liberty Elementary School District (Buckeye) 8/3
Litchfield Elementary School District(Phoenix) 8/8
Littleton Elementary School District (Avondale) 8/8
Madison School District #38 (Phoenix) 8/8
Maricopa Unified School District (Maricopa) 8/8
Mesa Public Schools (Mesa) 8/10
Morristown Elementary School District #75 (Morristown) 8/10
Murphy Elementary School District #21 (Murphy) 8/15
Nadaburg Unified School District #81 (Wittmann) 8/9
Osborn School District (Phoenix) 8/10
Palo Verde Elementary School District #49 (Palo Verde) 8/3
Paradise Valley Unified School District #69 (Phoenix) 8/11
Payson Unified School District #10 (Payson) 7/27
Pendergast District (Phoenix) 8/8
Peoria Unified School District #11 (Peoria) 8/15
Phoenix Elementary School District No. 1 (Phoenix) 8/3
Phoenix Union High School District (Phoenix) 8/8
Prescott Unified School District #1 (Prescott) 8/3
Queen Creek Unified School District 7/27
Riverside School District #2 (Phoenix) 7/25
Roosevelt Elementary School District #66 (Phoenix) 8/1
Sacaton School District #18 (Sacaton) 8/8
Saddle Mountain Unified District (Tonopah) 8/8
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community Schools (Scottsdale) 8/9
Scottsdale Unified School District #48 (Scottsdale) 8/8
Stanfield Elementary School District #24 (Stanfield) 8/8
Superior Unified School District (Superior) 7/25
Tempe Elementary School District #3 - K-8 (Tempe) 8/8
Tempe Union High School District (Tempe) 8/8
Tolleson Elementary School District #17 (Tolleson) 8/8
Tolleson Union High School District (Tolleson) 8/8 Freshman, 8/9 All Students
Union Elementary School District #62 8/8
Washington Elementary School District #6 8/15
Wickenburg School District (Wickenburg) 8/10
Wilson School District #7 (Phoenix) 8/8
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