Learn how the Laveen School District is preparing for a safe return to in-person instruction. Visit our 2021 Back to School webpage for all information related to our COVID-19 safety measures. This site includes our mitigation handbook, links to county health data and COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinics, and updates from our district.
All Laveen students and their families are encouraged to join us for our annual Meet the Teacher Night at all Laveen schools. Participants will have the opportunity to meet their child’s teacher, learn about the classroom, and take care of any outstanding items in preparation for the new school year. Families may drop by their child’s school at any time between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
The Laveen School District provides bus transportation to students in Grades Kindergarten-8 who live within a school’s designated transportation zone.
Families who wish to utilize bus service must register their child as a bus rider each year. For more information and to register your child for the 2021-22 school year, visit www.LaveenSchools.org/transportation.
Laveen’s Kids Club is now enrolling students in before/ after school care. This licensed program offers carefully planned, well-supervised activities for children in grades kindergarten through sixth.
Kids Club staff guides participants through group games, team sports, hands-on science activities, arts and crafts, music, drama, plus many other activities from which your child may choose. Each day includes quiet time for homework assistance and encouragement, plus a nutritious snack.
Program hours vary by school site. Learn more at www.LaveenSchools.org/kids-club.
The Laveen School District, in partnership with Maricopa County Department of Public Health (MCDPH), will be providing infant and childhood immunizations as well as COVID-19 vaccines at an event held at the Laveen Education Center.
Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Laveen Education Center, 5001 West Dobbins Rd
General Childhood Vaccines will be administered in the Board Room. Please enter off the east side parking lot.
COVID Vaccines will be administered in Building A on the west side of the lawn.
State law requires students to have up-to-date immunizations, or a valid exemption, in order to attend school. You may view the immunization requirements on our Immunization page. While most required childhood vaccines are typically administered before the age of six, children who have turned 11* require two adolescent vaccines -Tdap and Meningococcal (MCV4).
Tdap is a combination vaccine that provides protection against three bacterial diseases — Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (Whooping Cough). Meningococcal prevents against four types of bacterial meningitis.
Parents should review their child’s immunization records. If these vaccinations have not been received, the child should obtain the vaccination. Proof of immunizations, or an exemption form, will need to be received before the student can begin school.
*Adolescent vaccines will not be provided to children who have not turned 11 by July 26.
Two COVID-19 vaccines will also be available at this event. Pfizer (approved for ages 12+) and Johnson & Johnson (approved for ages 18+) will be administered as well. Additional scheduled COVID-19 vaccine clinics can be found on our COVID Vaccine page.
There are no out-of-pocket costs for this event. Everyone will be accepted (uninsured, private insurance, or AHCCCS).
Parents must accompany their children to receive immunizations.
Face masks are optional for individuals that are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Face masks are required for individuals who are not fully vaccinated.
Families are asked to:
- Bring their own pen
- Bring the immunization record and any immunization notices sent by the school
- Bring the insurance card if available
- Practice social distancing and monitoring the amount of people in the building at one time
- Ask only the person/s needing vaccine and or only one parent or guardian to accompany children. Everyone else is asked to remain outside of the building while practicing social distancing.
- Ask families to maintain social distancing while waiting
- Clean the area and items between families
- Ask families to avoid coming to the immunization clinic when you or your child is sick with COVID-19 symptoms, which may include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing.