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FUSD Extends Closure Through April 3

Flagstaff Unified School District

The Flagstaff Unified School District will extend its school closure a week beyond what is mandated by the Arizona Department of Education.

A release from the district says the decision was part of a resolution approved by the school board at a special meeting on Wednesday.

The district will begin offering “Grab and Go” breakfasts and lunches Monday, March 23 for all children, not just district students.

They will be available weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at and Cromer, Killip, Kinsey, Leupp, Marshall and Thomas elementary schools and Coconino High School.

The district says it is preparing instructional materials and resources for students, and is developing procedures for teachers to check on student well-being and answer questions as needed.

Students may not be required to complete or be graded on those materials due to equity and access issues.

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