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Arizona Schools CLOSED through the end of the School Year

To help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, Gov. Doug Ducey announced all schools will remain closed.

University of Arizona: Spring Break Extended and Classes Move Online

The University of Arizona has extended spring break until March 18 and will move to online classes.

Pima Community College: All campuses and centers CLOSED

Pima Community College has closed moved classes to virtual instruction.

For more information visit: https://www.pima.edu/press-room/coronavirus/index.html

Salpointe Catholic High: Remote learning through late April

Salpointe Catholic suspended on-campus learning and extracurricular activities effective Monday, March 16, 2020. A release from the school stated mandatory online classes will begin March 23 and run through April 10, 2020. The plan is to resume classes on campus Monday, April 20, following the Easter holiday.

San Miguel High School: Online learning through mid-April

Sam Miguel High administrators said everyone will be back on campus after the Easter holiday.

Tucson SchoolzOut Camps: CLOSED

Meals for Students

Tucson Unified School District

Starting Monday, March 23, Tucson Unified will be distributing food at 32 sites, which will be announced Tuesday. The district will have a drive-thru system and the child or children must be in the vehicle. The district will provide one hot meal (lunch) per child with a breakfast option for the following morning.

The sites will be open Monday through Friday and all children 18 years old and under are eligible.

The plan is pending approval by the TUSD Board, which is scheduled to vote during its meeting Wednesday night.

Sunnyside Unified School District

Starting Monday, March 23,2020 the district will offer grab-and-go breakfast and lunch to all children ages 1-18 years old at the following locations:

Craycroft Elementary: 5455 East Littletown Road

Drexel Elementary: 801 East Drexel

Elvira Elementary: 250 West Elvira Road

Los Amigos Elementary: 2200 East Drexel Road

Mission Manor Elementary School: 600 West Santa Rosa Street

Amphitheater Public Schools

The district will begin offering grab-and-go meal service to children 18 years old and under starting Monday, March 23. Children DO NOT have to be students in the district to receive meals, and no signup is required.

Pick-up stations, which are listed below, will be open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Friday, March 23-27, 2020

Amphitheater High: 125 West Yavapai Road, Tucson

LM Prince Elementary School: 315 East Prince Road, Tucson

Canyon Del Oro High: 25 West Calle Concordia, Oro Valley

Coronado K-8 School: 3401 East Wilds Road, Tucson

Marion Donaldson Elementary: 2040 West Omar Drive, Tucson

Frances Owen Holaway Elementary: 3500 North Cherry Avenue, Tucson

Helen Keeling Elementary: 2837 North Los Altos, Tucson

La Cima Middle: 5600 North La Canada Drive, Tucson

Mesa Verde Elementary: 1661 W. Sage Street, Tucson

EC Nash School: 515 West Kelso Street, Tucson

Rio Vista Elementary: 1351 East Limberlost Drive, Tucson

Lulu Walker School: 1750 West Roller Coaster Rd., Tucson

Flowing Wells Unified School District

Pick-up stations, which are listed below, will be open for breakfast (7:30-8:30 a.m.) and lunch (noon-1 p.m.) Monday through Friday. The meals will be free to all students 18 years old and under

Walter Douglas Elementary and Flowing Wells Junior High will begin their free meals Wednesday, March 18, 2020.

Centennial Elementary: 2200 West Wetmore Road

Homer Davis Elementary: 4250 North Romero Road

Walter Douglas Elementary: 3302 North Flowing Wells Road

Roberts Hendricks Elementary: 3400 West Orange Grove Road

Laguna Elementary: 5001 North Shannon

Richardson Elementary: 6901 North Camino De La Tierra

Flowing Wells Junior High: 4545 North La Cholla Boulevard

Flowing Wells High School: 3725 North Flowing Wells Road

Catalina Foothills School District

Catalina Foothills School District students can take part in the Flowing Wells meal program. The meals will be free to all students 18 years old and under.

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