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About In-Person Learning

Creighton Schools will begin the school year with enhanced, structured remote learning on August 3. Governor Ducey announced recently that in-person learning will be delayed until August 17, 2020. Creighton School District Remote Learning will continue until the Governor announces in-person learning can resume.

When in-person learning resumes, s
tudents are welcome back, to all Creighton Schools in the 2020-21 school year. Creighton Schools will implement CDC guidance as feasible (e.g., transportation modifications, health screenings, face coverings, hand washing, limited sharing of supplies, and cleaning/disinfecting practices). Space between desks will be maximized and physical distancing practices will be emphasized. For detailed information about the safety protocols please visit: 

Enroll in one of our schools for in-person learning by clicking here 

In-Person Learning at a Glance

  • Preschool–Grade 8

  • 5 Full days per week

  • Preventive safety measures

  • Creighton teachers and curriculum

  • Instruction in core content

  • Social-emotional support

  • Specials and electives

  • Accommodations and support services provided

  • Recess breaks

  • Breakfast and lunch in the classroom

  • Modified extracurricular activities and events

  • Modified Athletic Schedule

Frequently Asked Questions 

What safety precautions will be in place to protect students and staff? 

How will schools provide social emotional support? 

What will sports look like? 

How will IEPs be addressed? 

What will breakfast and lunch look like? 

What will preschool look like? 

Will schools return to normal if the pandemic goes away or a vaccine is released? 
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