Due to the continuing teacher walkout -- referred to by some as a strike -- several school districts statewide announced plans to remain closed Monday.
Under the #20x2020 plan, all current programs, including those for health care, higher education, and the arts are fully protected.
— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) April 27, 2018
Tucson Unified School District announced on its district website that there will be no classes on Monday, but meals will be served. For the full statement from TUSD visit the district website.
Marana Unified School District sent a letter to parents Friday saying schools will remain closed Monday but officials hoped to reopen them Tuesday.
Amphitheater Public School District also sent a letter to parents and staff announcing that all schools in the Amphi district will remain closed Monday due to a high number of reported employee absences.
Catalina Foothills School District announced Friday that schools would be closed until the walkouts ended.
Tanque Verde Unified School District sent out an email Friday afternoon saying schools will remain closed Monday and until further notice.
Sunnyside Unified School District also announced canceled classed for Monday. The district website says updates on a Tuesday closure will be announced by 3:30 p.m. Monday in the event the walkout is extended.
Sierra Vista Unified School District announced that schools will continue to be closed on Monday.
Basis schools were open Friday and plan to be open Monday.
Sahuarita Unified School District will be closed on Monday.