PHOENIX — Districts across Arizona are working on individualized plans to safely reopen their schools in the fall following the June release of the state's higher-level guidelines.
On June 1, the Arizona Department of Education released its guidance for schools on how they can safely reopen at the start of the new school year.
These guidelines are intended to be recommendations for school districts, according to state officials, and districts are expected to create specific plans for how they will handle the 2020-2021 school year.
Several school districts in Arizona have already begun to release their plans, with many looking to implement a mix of in-person and online schooling.
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Click on each point in the map below to learn about each school district's plans that have been announced. The map below, which is updated regularly, updates independently as new information is made known, similarly to how the searchable database works, which can be found here. Find the latest information on school plans at abc15.com/schools.