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  • Meal service provided during distance learning / Servicio de comidas durante el aprendizaje a distancia

    Posted by Eric Patten on 8/5/2020 9:00:00 AM

    YUHSD student nutrition services will provide no-cost breakfast and lunch to ALL YUHSD students during the 2020-2021 school year. In accordance with Arizona Department of Education regulations, when a student is not physically at school, they will be permitted to pick up meals by providing their student identification number or displaying their current student ID in the drive-thru lane. They must pick up meals from the school they attend.

    Meal service will take place at all six campuses from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

    Due to federal regulations, YUHSD is not permitted to provide no-cost meals to individuals who are not YUHSD students. However, meals can be purchased. Adult breakfast is $2.50 and adult lunch is $4. 


    Los servicios de nutrición para estudiantes de YUHSD proporcionarán desayuno y almuerzo sin costo a TODOS los estudiantes de YUHSD durante el año escolar 2020-2021. De acuerdo con las regulaciones del Departamento de Educación de Arizona, cuando un estudiante no está físicamente en la escuela, se les permitirá recoger las comidas al proporcionar su número de identificación de estudiante o mostrar su identificación de estudiante actual en el carril para conducir. Deben recoger las comidas de la escuela a la que asisten.

    El servicio de comidas tendrá lugar en los seis campus de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m. De lunes a viernes.

    Debido a las regulaciones federales, YUHSD no tiene permitido proporcionar comidas sin costo a personas que no son estudiantes de YUHSD. Sin embargo, las comidas se pueden comprar. El desayuno para adultos es de $ 2.50 y el almuerzo para adultos es de $ 4.

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  • Welcome to the new year

    Posted by Eric Patten on 8/4/2020 3:00:00 PM

    Welcome to the 2020-21 school year!  

    Distance Learning Daily Schedule - Starts August 6 

    Please click here to vew the distance learning daily schedule in its entirety. As you can see on the schedule, we’ve put a system in place that will allow for on-camera and off-camera learning for our students.  Students will be meeting on-camera with their teachers 3 hours a day/4 days a week.  In addition to meeting on-camera, students will also be required to work off-camera 2.5 hours a day/5 days a week, which simply means that students will be working independently on their course work.

    Synchronous (on-camera) Learning

    All students will have access to their courses in Canvas, which is our learning management system. Click here to view tips for how to set up your Chromebook and get started on Canvas. Teachers have been working diligently to organize their courses to meet the needs of all students. Part of those needs is an expectation that courses will have virtual meeting links available during on-camera learning time on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, along with their scheduled office hours on Wednesday.  Time will be used to provide direct instruction and opportunities for students to engage in live direct instruction, virtual class lectures and/or video conferences, collaboration with classmates, and various discussion boards.  It is very important for our students to be in attendance for on-camera instruction.

    Asynchronous (off-camera) Learning

    When students are not participating in live instruction, it is the expectation that they will be working independently to fulfill their course requirements.  Teachers will organize their courses to ensure that students have the necessary resources to work independently.  The on-camera lessons and office hours on Wednesday morning will support the independent tasks that students will be engaged in.

    YUHSD Getting Started with Canvas Video


    Attendance is a critical component of our distance learning platform.  Students must log into all of their courses in Canvas five (5) days per week, and mark their attendance on the attendance form, which will be located on the home page of their canvas course.  If attendance is not marked, the student will be counted as absent.  

    Setting your Student up for Success

    We expect our students to be in their courses daily, engaged in synchronous and asynchronous learning. Our expectations are high, and we realize that our students need time to learn the tools within Canvas and become familiar with the routines and procedures in a distant learning environment, therefore our teachers will be spending the first few days acclimating students to this rigorous learning environment.  

    Monitoring Student Engagement and Progress

    Teachers will be monitoring student work and the use of canvas on a daily basis.  Student participation will be essential to the learning process.  Grades are important and students will receive grades based on both participation and content mastery.  Expect to see detailed feedback on assignments, targeted at ensuring mastery. 

    ParentVUE and StudentVUE

    ParentVUE is available to parents as a tool to monitor their students’ grades and progress throughout the semester.  It is also a place to see attendance for their student. StudentVUE was activated when students signed into their Chromebook. StudentVUE and ParentVUE provide the same information but ParentVUE allows updates to the students’ personal information. 


    Education is a partnership between the community, school, students, and parents/guardians. Communication is an extremely important component of a successful educational experience. We will be utilizing our school websites, to keep our families updated.  Our website is a great tool to learn more about our school, and the outstanding services, programs, and activities we offer to students. Additionally, we will communicate with our families by sending email, phone, and text messaging through our blackboard system. 

    If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact your campus.

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  • Registration & Chromebook pickup starts July 23 / Registraciones la recolección de Chromebook comienza el 23 de julio.

    Posted by Eric Patten on 7/20/2020 8:00:00 AM

    All students who plan to attend high school in Yuma Union High School District this fall are expected to register. Registration will take place at each school site and will be drive-through only. Families should remain in their vehicle, and when interacting with school staff should wear a mask.  

    During their registration day students will receive their Chromebook, student handbook, ID, and all necessary forms.

    Below are the registration days and times for each cohort:


    Thursday, July 23                  Seniors (Cohort 2021)                       12 – 3 p.m. Last Names A-L
                                                                                                       3 – 6 p.m. Last Names M-Z

    Friday, July 24                  Juniors (Cohort 2022)                            12 – 3 p.m. Last Names A-L
                                                                                                       3 – 6 p.m. Last Names M-Z

    Monday, July 27                    Sophomores (Cohort 2023)                12 – 3 p.m. Last Names A-L
                                                                                                       3 – 6 p.m. Last Names M-Z

    Tuesday, July 28                   Freshmen (Cohort 2024)                    12 – 3 p.m. Last Names A-L
                                                                                                       3 – 6 p.m. Last Names M-Z

    Thursday/Friday, July 30-31   All Students                                       6 – 8 p.m.

    During the week of August 3, families who wish to register their student(s) should make an appointment with their respective campus.

    Please note: Vista High School will begin registration on July 23 with its Class of 2022 cohort. The Class of 2021 will register on July 24 with all students taking part in registration thereafter. All times and last name groupings remain the same as those listed above.

    Parents/guardians will need to provide the following documents for students who are new to the district:

    • Birth certificate for the child, original or certified true copy (if you are not listed on the birth certificate, you will need legal documentation regarding custody).
    • Proof of identity of parent/legal guardian: Proof could include but is not limited to: a state issued driver’s license; an Arizona ID; a valid passport; a military or government issued ID; a consular card; or up to date immunization records
    • Proof of residency (per Arizona Department of Education: Arizona Residency Guidelines): The parent or legal guardian must provide one of the following documents, which bear the parent or legal guardian’s full name and residential address or physical description of the property where the student resides (no P.O. Boxes): valid Arizona driver’s license; Arizona identification card; valid Arizona motor vehicle registration; valid Arizona Address Confidentiality Program authorization card; property deed; mortgage documents; property tax bill; rental agreement or lease (including Section 8 agreement or off-base military housing); electric, gas or water bill; bank or credit card statement; W-2 wage statement; payroll stub; certificate of tribal enrollment (506 Form) or other identification issued by a recognized Indian tribe located in Arizona; other documentation from a state, tribal or federal agency (Social Security Administration, Veteran’s Administration, Arizona Department of Economic Security, etc.); temporary on-base billeting facility (for military families)
    • School records: Withdrawal form; report card (most recent); and transcript
    • Record of promotion from eighth grade if student has never attended high school
    • Immunization records

    The first day of school is Thursday, August 6, 2020. All classes will be distance learning via the Canvas Learning Management System.  


    Se espera que todos los estudiantes que planean asistir High School en Yuma Union High School District este otoño se registren. Registraciones tomarán lugar en cada escuela y solo se llevará a cabo. Las familias deben permanecer en su vehículo, y al interactuar con el personal de la escuela deben usar una máscara.

    Durante su día de registro, los estudiantes recibirán su Chromebook, manual del estudiante, identificación y todos los formularios necesarios.

    A continuación, se encuentran los días de registración y el horario para cada grado:

    Horas de registración

    jueves, 23 de julio                Grado 12  (Cohorte 2021)      12 – 3 p.m. apellidos A-L
                                                                                           3 – 6 p.m. apellidos M-Z

    viernes, 24 de julio               Grado 11 (Cohorte 2022)       12 – 3 p.m. apellidos A-L
                                                                                           3 – 6 p.m. apellidos M-Z

    lunes, 27 de julio                  Grado 10 (Cohorte 2023)       12 – 3 p.m. apellidos A-L
                                                                                           3 – 6 p.m. apellidos M-Z

    martes, 28 de julio                Grado 9 (Cohorte 2024)         12 – 3 p.m. apellidos A-L
                                                                                           3 – 6 p.m. apellidos M-Z

    jueves/viernes, 30-31 de julio  Todos los estudiantes            6 – 8 p.m.

    Durante la semana del 3 de agosto, las familias que deseen registrar a su(s) estudiante(s) deben hacer una cita con sus respectivos campus.

    Tenga en cuenta: Vista High School comenzará a registrarse el 23 de julio con su clase de clase 2022. La clase de 2021 se registrará el 24 de julio con todos los estudiantes que participen en la inscripción a partir de entonces.Todos los grupos de horas y apellidos siguen siendo los mismos que los enumerados anteriormente.

    Padres/tutores deberán proporcionar los siguientes documentos para los estudiantes que serán nuevos al distrito y no se ha registrado previamente:

    • Acta de nacimiento del estudiante, original o copia certificada (si usted no está nombrado en el acta de nacimiento, deberá traer documentación legal sobre la custodia.)
    • Comprobante de identidad del padre/tutor: la prueba podría incluir, pero no se limita a: licencia de manejo del estado, identificación de Arizona, pasaporte valido, una identificación militar o del gobierno; una tarjeta consular; o el más actualizado registro de vacunaciones
    • Comprobante de residencia (según el Departamento Educativo de Arizona: Directrices de residencia de Arizona): el padre o tutor legal debe proporcionar uno de los siguientes documentos, que llevan el nombre completo y la dirección residencial o la descripción física del padre o tutor legal de la propiedad donde el estudiante reside (no apartados de correos); licencia de manejo válida de Arizona; tarjeta de identificación de Arizona; registro válido de vehículo de Arizona; tarjeta válida de autorización del Programa de Confidencialidad de Direcciones de Arizona; titulo de propiedad; documentos de la hipoteca; factura de impuestos a la propiedad; contrato de alquiler o arrendamiento (incluido el acuerdo de la Sección 8 o viviendas militares fuera de la base); factura eléctrica, gas o agua; estado de cuenta bancario o tarjeta de crédito; declaración de salarios W-2; talón de la nómina; certificado de inscripción tribal (formulario 506) u otra identificación emitida por una tribu indígena reconocida y ubicada en Arizona; otra documentación de una agencia estatal, tribal o federal (Administración de la Seguridad Social, Administración de Veteranos, Departamento de Seguridad Económica de Arizona, etc.); facilidad de facturación en la base temporal (para familias militares)
    • Expedientes educativos: baja de escuela, boleta (mas reciente); y expediente de clases
    • Registro de ascenso del octavo grado si el estudiante nunca a atendido la high school
    • Registro de vacunas

    El primer día de escuela será el jueves 6 de agosto del 2020. Todas las clases serán a distancia a través del sistema de gestión de aprendizaje de Canvas.

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  • Families can select learning model to start 2020-2021 / Las familias pueden seleccionar el modelo de aprendizaje para comenzar 2020-2021

    Posted by Eric Patten on 7/17/2020 7:00:00 PM

    Yuma Union High School District announced its preliminary plans for the 2020-2021 school year during its July Governing Board Meeting. School will begin with distance learning only on Thursday, August 6 with students tentatively permitted to return to our campuses on Monday, August 17.

    Please review the YUHSD Choose Your Learning page. It outlines the learning options for your student(s) and provides detailed information about each option. 

    Select the option at the bottom of the page that best suits your family. Consider all of the options available by reading the descriptions of each.  If you have questions, contact your campus.

    Your decision will directly inform the planning and preparation for the reopening of your campus, including classroom setup, cafeteria arrangement, and more. 

    Please note: 

    • Providing for safety and security for students and staff is our primary work. The results from the choice made by families for learners could alter the sample hybrid schedule that was presented in our Return to Learning Plan. 
    • Transportation will be dependent upon availability of bus drivers as well as the status of Yuma County data in relation to the spread of COVID-19.


    Como muchos de ustedes habrán visto, durante su reunión de julio, la mesa directiva del Distrito Escolar de Yuma Union High anunció su plan preliminar para el año escolar 2020-2021. El jueves 6 de agosto Las escuelas comenzarán utilizando solamente el aprendizaje a distancia y los estudiantes podrían regresar tentativamente a nuestras escuelas el lunes 17 de agosto.

    Teniendo en cuenta las necesidades de nuestras familias, por favor visite y revise la página YUHSD Choose Your Learning page . La página describe las opciones de aprendizaje para su(s) estudiante(s) y proporciona información detallada sobre cada opción. Después de revisar sus opciones, seleccione la opción que mejor se adapte a su familia en la parte inferior de la página.

    Su decisión informará directamente la planificación y preparación para la reapertura de su escuela, la configuración de las aulas, la disposición de la cafetería y más.

    Tenga en cuenta:

    • Proveer la seguridad y protección de nuestros estudiantes y personal de nuestras escuelas es nuestro trabajo principal. Los resultados de la elección realizada por las familias para los estudiantes podrían alterar el modelo del programa híbrido que se presentó en nuestro plan de regreso al aprendizaje.
    • La transportación dependerá de la disponibilidad de los conductores de autobuses, así como de la postura de los datos del condado de Yuma en relación con la propagación del COVID-19.
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  • YUHSD announces Return to Learning plan / El Plan de Regresar al Aprendizaje de YUHSD

    Posted by Eric Patten on 7/9/2020 3:45:00 PM

    Yuma Union High School District leadership presented its initial plan for a return to learning at our monthly Governing Board meeting on July 8. Please visit our Return to Learning plan page to see the plan in its entirety. 

    Moving into the 2020-2021 school year, we will be faithful to our core mission of EVERY student graduating college, career, and community prepared. 

    For questions regarding our plan or anything related to our schools, please reach out directly to your respective campus via phone or email. All of the most up-to-date information will continue to be shared on our district and school websites.


    El pasado 8 de julio del 2020, los directivos del Distrito de Yuma Union High School presentaron el plan inicial para un regreso al aprendizaje en la reunión mensual de la mesa directiva. Por favor visite ( para ver el plan en su totalidad.

    Encaminandonos al año escolar 2020-2021, seremos firmes a nuestra misión central de que TODO estudiante se gradúe preparado para la universidad, una carrera y nuestra comunidad.

    Para más preguntas sobre nuestro plan o cualquier cosa relacionada con nuestras escuelas, comuníquese directamente con su escuela respectiva por teléfono o correo electrónico. Toda la información más actualizada se seguirá compartiendo en nuestro sitio web del distrito y de su escuela.


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  • Introducing online registration / Introducir inscripción en línea

    Posted by Eric Patten on 7/8/2020 4:00:00 PM

    We are pleased to announce that Online Registration is now available for parents/guardians of new or returning students. Online registration may be used in place of paper registration forms. Parents will find this to be an easy process that they can complete at their convenience from home, work, or anywhere they have Internet access. While most of the registration information can be completed online, parents/legal guardians will still be required to provide official supporting documents such as a birth certificate.


    Nos complace anunciar que ya está disponible la opción de inscripción en línea ahora para padres / tutores de estudiantes nuevos o de reinscripción. La inscripción en línea se puede utilizar en lugar de los formularios de registro en papel. Los padres encontrarán que este es un proceso más fácil que pueden completar a su conveniencia desde su hogar, el trabajo o cualquier lugar donde tengan acceso a Internet. Si bien la mayor parte de la información de la inscripción se puede completar en línea, los padres / tutores legales aún deberán proporcionar documentos reglamentarios de respaldo, como un acta de nacimiento.


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  • YUHSD will begin distance learning on August 6 / YUHSD comenzará el aprendizaje a distancia el 6 de agosto

    Posted by Eric Patten on 7/2/2020 7:00:00 AM

    On Monday, June 29, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued a new Executive Order providing further guidance for schools regarding COVID-19. Within the announcement, it was determined that in-person learning across Arizona would be delayed until August 17. 

    With consideration to this information, Yuma Union High School District schools will begin distance learning on August 6, 2020.

    YUHSD leadership has been planning for the 2020-2021 school year since the end of the previous school year, using all of the information and guidance available from the Arizona Department of Education as well as local and state health organizations. These plans include hybrid, in-person, and distance learning models. 

    Families can anticipate more information from their campuses as well as opportunities for choosing which option works best for their personal situation. Families who are interested in online learning for the duration of the school year will be able to choose Yuma Online Distance Academy (YODA), which allows students to remain a part of YUHSD and participate in online-only tailored courses. 

    Please continue monitoring and our school websites for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding our return to learning. Families can expect to receive updates every Thursday throughout the month of July, via our Blackboard messaging system. 

    More information regarding our return to learning plan will be shared at our Governing Board meeting on Wednesday, July 8, beginning at 5:15 p.m. The meeting can be viewed on Facebook Live the day of the event ( or on the following day. Please note: you do not need a Facebook account to watch the meeting live. 


    El pasado lunes 29 de junio, el Gobernador de Arizona Doug Ducey emitió una nueva Orden Ejecutiva que proporciona más orientación para las escuelas con respecto a COVID-19. Dentro del comunicado, se determinó que en Arizona se retrasaría el inicio de clases en persona hasta el 17 de agosto.

    Tomando en cuenta esta información, las Preparatorias del Distrito Yuma Union High School iniciaran a través de aprendizaje a distancia el 6 de agosto del 2020.

    Los directivos de YUHSD han estado con los preparativos para el año escolar 2020-2021 desde finales del año escolar anterior, utilizando toda la información y guía disponible por parte del Departamento de Educación de Arizona, así como de organizaciones de salud locales y estatales. Estos planes incluyen modelos híbridos, en persona y de aprendizaje a distancia.

    Las familias pueden anticipar más información de su escuela, así como oportunidades para elegir qué opción funciona mejor para su situación personal. Las familias que estén interesadas en el aprendizaje en línea durante el año escolar podrán elegir Yuma Online Distance Academy (YODA), que les permite a los estudiantes seguir siendo parte del Distrito YUHSD y participar en clases diseñadas pare ser tomadas solamente en línea.

    Le pedimos que continúe monitoreando la página web de y los sitios web de su escuela para obtener la información más precisa y actualizada sobre nuestro regreso al aprendizaje. Las familias recibirán actualizaciones todos los jueves durante el mes de julio, a través de nuestro sistema de mensajería Blackboard.

    Se compartirá más información sobre nuestro plan de regreso al aprendizaje en nuestra reunión de la mesa directiva del distrito el miércoles 8 de julio, a partir de las 5:15 p.m. La reunión se puede ver en Facebook Live el día del evento ( o en al día siguiente. Tenga en cuenta: no necesita una cuenta de Facebook para ver la reunión en vivo.


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Return to Learning FAQ

  • When does school start?

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    YUHSD schools will begin on Thursday, August 6 as regularly scheduled. Students will take part in distance learning ONLY between the first day of school and Monday, August 17. 

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  • I am incoming freshman and have not been receiving Blackboard messages, what should I do?

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    Incoming freshman will not always receive Blackboard communications, prior to YUHSD schools collecting contact and demographic information from those families. If you are not receiving the messages, please contact your school. In the meantime, you may access the most up-to-date information on 

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  • I missed the Chromebook distribution day, what should I do?

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    Call your campus to make an appointment to pick up your Chromebook. In addition to the device, you will receive a student ID and Student Handbook. 

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  • Will masks be required on campus?

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    Students, staff, and visitors to campus and other YUHSD facilities are expected to wear a mask. This is in accordance with ordinances from mayors accross Yuma County. 

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  • Will students receive breakfast and lunch during distance learning days?

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    The YUHSD student nutrition department will provide no-cost breakfast and lunch to ALL YUHSD students during the 2020-2021 school year. In accordance with Arizona Department of Education regulations, when a student is not physically at school, they will be permitted to pick up meals by providing their student identification number in the drive-thru lane from 9-11 a.m. (Monday through Friday). Students must pick up meals from the school they attend.

    Per ADE, non-YUHSD children (18 years old or younger) or YUHSD students purchasing a second meal will be charged the following rates: 

    Student/Child Breakfast - $2.00
    Student/Child Lunch - $3.25

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  • What will happen with students with disabilities during hybrid or distance learning?

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    We are committed to support the learning of all student and ensuring equitable learning opportunities to enable students with disabilities to progress in meeting learning needs and social emotional learning continues to be the aim of IEP and 504 teams. Our Return to Learning Plan relies heavily on decisions made by each student’s IEP or 504 team.

    Throughout the duration of the school year, parents and families can expect the following:

    • Parents must be involved in any decision about an individual child’s placement or services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or Section 504.
    • The IEP team will review the specialized services and supports prescribed in the current IEP. They will also document the status of the services and supports during the school closure, as well as the effect of that level of support and service. IEP teams will then ascertain individual needs and determine if the IEP should be amended or rewritten to reflect changes to services and supports, which will include a fully virtual learning plan that can be implemented at any time, if needed.\
    • Special education teachers will continue to collaborate with general education teachers to provide scaffolds, accommodations and modifications for students with disabilities in both physical and virtual settings. Special education teachers will communicate frequently with families to ensure student needs are being met in both the physical and virtual settings.
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  • What will happen with Career & Technical Student Organizations?

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    All CTE programs will enroll members in their associated CTSO as required by the Arizona Department of Education. CTE students will receive CTE program instruction that will prepare each individual for future competitions should the contests be available.

    Chelle Travis, Executive Director for SkillsUSA said the following about the 2020 SkillsUSA national conference: "Number one, there is nothing more important to SkillsUSA than the health and wellbeing of our members. With so much yet unknown about this virus and how long it might affect us, we could not in good conscience move forward with an in-person event this June. Your health and safety will always be our main priority."
    If we can safely participate in contests this coming Spring, we most definitely will compete. Until that time, we will monitor the situation carefully and continue to prepare our students for contests as well as their future industry career.
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  • Where can I get the most accurate facts and up-to-date information about COVID-19?

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    The Yuma County Health District is the leading authority in our area. It has local information updated daily on its website and has produced a special information sheet that has been shared with community partners and families. You may also call the department at (928) 317-4550.

    Information sheet in English

    Information sheet in Spanish

    Information is rapidly developing. You can find the most up-to-date national information about the novel coronavirus on the CDC website at

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  • What strategies can we all use to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, such as the flu?

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    • Distance yourself from others, including staying in groups of fewer than 10 people at once. 
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Stay home when you are sick, and keep sick children home as well.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze, then immediately discard any tissues.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces.
    • Plan for if/when community spread occurs.
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  • What can we do to help prevent and respond to bullying related to the COVID-19 situation?

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    Some people of Chinese and Asian decent are facing stigma in their communities, regardless of whether they been exposed to COVID-19. 

    FACT: People—including those of Asian descent—who have not recently traveled to China or been in contact with a person who is a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 are not at greater risk of acquiring and spreading COVID-19 than other Americans. 

    Speak out against negative behaviors, including negative statements on social media about groups of people, or exclusion of people, who pose no risk from regular activities.

    • If you see someone being treated unfairly, do not stay silent. 
      • If you feel comfortable, you can firmly but calmly tell the person to stop.
      • If you don’t want to talk to the person who is harassing someone, you can also focus on the individual who is being treated unfairly. Make small talk, ask them how their day is going, and ignore the person harassing them. 
      • Tips for bystanders are simple actions anyone can use.
    • If you have a child, has tools for kids with simple, specific actions kids can take to support others.
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  • My chromebook isn't working. What can I do?

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    Campus bookstore managers can provide phone support to you.  Please call your campus bookstore between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Bookstore staff will be able to help diagnose the problem and determine if the chromebook needs to be replaced. Numbers for each campuses bookstore are as follows: 

    Cibola: 502-5937

    Gila Ridge: 502-6570

    Kofa: 502-5525

    San Luis: 502-6136

    Vista: Contact main office at 502-6800

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