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School Options 2020-2021

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Information on this page is subject to change based on COVID-19 and direction from the Governor, Arizona Department of Health Services, and the Arizona Department of Education.

The Dysart Unified School District has two options available to families for the 2020-2021 school year.  Dysart asks families to make the decision that is best for them.  Please contact your school to select your option or notify them of a change. 


Full-Time Classroom (K-12) 

Classes will take place on the campus for this in-person option, and will incorporate health, safety and social distancing protocols, where feasible.
Note: This option will begin with remote learning on August 4 and transition to full-time in-person classes, when allowable.

Additional Information


Full Time iSchool (K-12) >>

Students will take online classes through Dysart iSchool, a fully-accredited learning platform. ​iSchool is designed for independent learning with teacher support.  Chromebook laptops may be checked-out, as needed. 

Additional Information


Classes, Curriculum, and Special Education Services

  • Teachers will use a consistent learning platform in all school models, so that at any point during the school year, students and teachers will be able to seamlessly transition back to remote learning, should school closures become necessary again.
  • Appropriate special education services will be provided per each student’s IEP.  Individual factors may influence which model is most appropriate and so parents should work with their child’s IEP team on the best option.
  • All classes will continue to be offered, although adjustments may be made to the format, capacity, etc.

Trips, Events and Activities

  • Traveling field trips are currently suspended. Students may experience virtual field trip opportunities. 
  • Indoor, large group assemblies are currently suspended.
  • Small group extracurricular activities will continue, in compliance with current executive orders.
  • Athletics will continue in accordance with guidelines published by the Arizona Interscholastic Association.

Visitors to School​

  • Nonessential visitors and volunteers will have limited access to school sites.