my school, my way. Return to school plan


  • To ensure that your child’s individual needs are being taken into consideration, Peoria Unified has come up with a plan based on health, safety and parent choice called My School, My Way.


    My School, My Way allows you to make the choice about how your child will experience their education this school year once it is physically safe to return to campus. No matter which option you choose, Peoria Unified’s commitment to delivering high quality-instruction, given by one of our stellar certified Peoria Unified educators, remains the same.



    Peoria Unified will offer a full-time in-person option – Classroom Instruction.

    Peoria Unified will offer a full-time online option for students – Virtual Instruction.

    As we open schools for in-person learning, kindergarten through eighth-grade virtual teachers will continue to provide live lessons for virtual students. At the high school level, the virtual experience will shift towards a more independent model, similar to college programs. 


    Please take time to view the highlights of each option in the dropdown menus below or click to view all the details. The information can also be found in our #ReturnToSchool plan document.  


    Classroom Instruction

  • Classroom Instruction


    eCampus virtual instruction

  • Virtual Instruction

Information Sessions for Parents on Virtual Instruction


    Stream our Return to School Virtual Instruction Parent Information Sessions on demand graphic. Link is in page text.



    Peoria Unified is proud to offer Virtual Instruction Parent Information Sessions to provide addtional information about the Virtual Instruction model, including demo lessons on the virtual platform and a live question and answer session. Sessions are available for families with either elementary or high school age students. 

    Watch an Virtual Instruction Information Session



  • Additional updates may be made in accordance with Arizona Department of Public Health (ADHS), Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Executive Orders issued by Governor Doug Ducey and the decisions made by the district’s Governing Board and Leadership Team. Some procedures and protocols may vary by school based on enrollment or layout of school campus and will be shared with parents by school principals.

Last Modified on September 17, 2020