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Willcox Unified
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Stay Up to Date—Willcox Unified News

We may be a small district, but there is always a lot happening here at Willcox Unified. Check here for news and events going on in our schools. We’ll update it regularly so you always have the most current information possible.

National School Lunch Program

Willcox Unified School District will be participating in the National School Lunch Program and/or the School Breakfast Program. As part of this program, Willcox Unified School District will offer healthy meals every school day. For more information, meal prices, and eligibility for free or reduced-price meals, please view our press release

COVID-19 Parent Letter

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We have learned that students and staff may have been exposed to a person with COVID-19 while at Willcox High School on or around September 14, 2020. We understand that this news may cause you concern. Willcox Unified School District is committed to implementing measures to protect attendees and staff from exposure to COVID-19, and to make sure you have all the information you need to make informed decisions about your health. We are working closely with the Cochise County Health Department who is conducting contact tracing and notifying contacts that need to isolate. As of this evening, the Cochise County Investigations Team has notified all potential contacts. For more information, please read the parent letter below.

Stay Home When Sick

As we start up school, it is important that your child stay home when they are sick. Please see the stay home when sick flyer for a list of symptoms to watch for that will require your child to stay home. This flyer also provides guidance for when your child can return to school. Please remember these two important things. First, parents/guardians must pick up sick children immediately. Second, if your child has a pending COVID-19 test they cannot attend school. Thank you for your help and understanding. Let's make this a great school year!

Return to In-Person Class Instruction

The governing board recently voted to resume in-person class instruction on Monday, August 17. We know this is a relief for many parents but raises concerns for others. We want to address all questions and concerns but cannot do that in one letter. Please contact your school, email teachers or principals with questions, or you can always contact the superintendent. We can accommodate most learning scenarios should you not feel comfortable sending your student back just yet.

Please see below for more information and complete details regarding our return to in-person class instruction.

COVID-19 Back to School Information

We have some information for the 2020–2021 school year. We encourage you to review all the documents below. They have important information on policies and procedures for the upcoming school year.