Return to Learning
2021–2022 School Year

This Return to Learning page provides information, updates, and links related to COVID-19 that families may find helpful during the 2021–2022 school year. Health and safety continue to be a priority and while learning in-person, important mitigation strategies will still be in place. Information is subject to change based on local transmission rates of COVID-19 and/or official guidance. We will communicate any changes to parents via school or district platforms and updated on this page.

Yuma School District One remains committed to providing a safe and equitable learning environment where academic excellence and outstanding achievement is reached.

Current Status: Yuma County and District One

To maintain transparency with the community, a weekly count of confirmed COVID-19 cases by location is available. This chart reflects total cases for the current and previous week.

Yuma's status can be monitored at: ADHS - Benchmark Dashboard

Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) monitors COVID-19 on a county and state level, publishing weekly updates on their Schools Dashboard available on the Arizona Department of Health's website. Considering Cases per 100.000 individuals and percent of positive COVID-19 tests, the dashboard indicates the level of transmission in each Arizona County.

If both cases and percent positivity in Yuma County are in a given bracket for two consecutive weeks, District One may implement a change in mitigation strategies.

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Student/Parent Guide

Student/Parent Guide Mitigation Plan

Yuma School District One has updated our mitigation plan to reflect updated guidance and safety measures. This information has been summarized in a convenient one-page infographic. However, we encourage families to review the complete guide together so both parents and students can become familiar with the changes they will see on campus. Your child’s school may also provide additional school-specific details and information.

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