APACHE JUNCTION, AZ — By the end of this week thousands more students, and their families, will have a better idea of what "back to school" could look like. Apache Junction Unified is one of several districts discussing reopening plans on Tuesday, June 23.
The 3,600 students there can choose from an in-person model, fully online or hybrid option.
As of now, students and staff will wear masks and have up to four temperature checks per day.
The board meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. with a final vote expected July 7.
Also on Tuesday the Pendergast and Littleton Elementary Districts will bring their reopening plans before their boards.
On Wednesday, Chandler Unified hopes to finalize plans, with school there set to start in exactly one month.
Then on Thursday, we'll get a first look at the plans for the Phoenix Elementary and Paradise Valley districts.