Due to the school closures in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, all Laveen events are cancelled until further notice. This includes all open houses, festivals, and intramural sports.
During this school closure, Laveen’s teachers and instructional coaches have been working to develop lessons and resources that you can work on at home with your children. In addition to all curriculum materials being available online, we have developed an Online Resources website, where you can find various resources to help your child keep up with academics. This can be found under the “Students” tab of our district website.
Please remember that your child will need to log in to our curriculum platforms in order to access the material. If you do not have your child’s login information, please contact your child’s teacher. One single sign-on through Google gives students access to all of our digital curriculum programs Watch this video for details on logging in or refer to this Quick Reference Sheet.
Please be aware that all Laveen schools have strict internet filtering when a student connects from our server. Once you use your personal device, this filter is not available. Please monitor your child’s internet usage as they will be able to explore whatever sites your home computer allows. Be sure to watch this informational video, also on the website, for parents on how to filter home internet, Internet Filters to Keep Kids Safe Online
If you do not have wi-fi or are unable to access the internet at home, Cox Communications is offering one free month of internet access to qualifying low-income families through their Connect2Compete program. T-Mobile is also offering an EmpowerED data plan.
Laveen schools are providing free breakfast and lunch to all children during the period of school closures. Children must be present to take a meal. Adult meals are not available. Families do not need to register for meals and there are no income requirements.
Families may visit any Laveen school (except Vista) for a grab & go bag. Breakfast is available from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and lunch is available from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Starting March 18, we’re expanding our free meals program to district bus stops. Use our Nutrislice page to find the stop closest to you. Look for our school buses at the locations below to pick up breakfast (8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.) and lunch (12:00 p.m.. – 1:00 p.m).
35th Ave & Estes Way
41st Ave & Winston Dr
39th Ave & Maldonado Rd
37th Ln & Lynne Ave
39th Ave & Burgess Ln
53rd Ave & Glass Ln
55th Ave & Novak Way
Seely St & Riverwalk Dr
57th Ave & Vineyard Rd
Shumway Farm Rd, Between 77th Ln & 76th Glen
Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman announced the extension of Arizona school closures through the end of the school year. The extension follows updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and an announcement from the White House extending physical distancing guidelines until April 30, 2020. On March 30 Governor Ducey announced his Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Connected executive order, which provides for the continuation of distance learning, meals for children, and child care provided by public schools.
Laveen will continue to provide vital services to our community including meals for children and childcare. Additionally, our academic team has developed many online resources for our students to continue their learning during the closures. Office staff will continue to answer phones and respond to email messages throughout the closures.
Please visit our designated Coronavirus webpage for the latest updates and information on these available services.