As of September 22, 2020, all Crane Elementary School District schools began to offer in-person learning for students, as well as continuing with remote learning opportunities. We recognize that you have very valid concerns about the health of your school community and we are committed to providing you with updated information on this page and on other platforms as it becomes available to us. We assure you that Crane School District is taking measures to encourage prevention and promote student health. Your child's health and safety are our highest priorities.
We are taking our lead from Governor Doug Ducey, Arizona State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman, Director of Arizona Department of Health Services Dr. Cara Christ, and local agencies to inform our decisions.
Link to CRANE MITIGATION PLAN: Please review our CRANE MITIGATION PLAN to learn more about the instructional models our district is offering and for guidance on protective protocols and requirements in public school places. Access the Crane Mitigation Plan.
Link to SUBMIT A QUESTION: If you're a Parent/Guardian and would like to ask a question or submit a comment, please use the link. We provide responses to Frequently Asked Questions HERE.
Yuma County School-Related Resources & Guidance
*COVID-19 Active case counts are also updated on a weekly basis in our Crane Mitigation Plan.
HELP US STAY HEALTHY
For the safety and health of our students and staff members, we urge parents and guardians to keep their child(ren) home if they are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Fever of 100.4 degrees F or more
- Sore Throat
- Shortness of Breath/Difficulty Breathing
- Muscle Aches
- Runny Nose/Congestion