• Coronavirus

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

  • Updated April 3, 2020 - #MUSDstaysConnected


    Aligned with Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent Hoffmann’s announcement on March 30, all Marana Unified School District (MUSD) schools and District offices are closed and not open to the public for in-person assistance through the end of the school year. The closure includes the cancellation of school and district events and activities, musical/dance/drama performances, sport practices, athletics, trips, and all other organized events for the remainder of the year. Prom, promotions, end of year celebrations, and MUSD's public graduation ceremonies are also cancelled. MUSD is working to find alternative ways to celebrate and acknowledge these important milestones for students.  


    Governor Ducey also issued a Stay-at-Home Executive Order on March 30, 2020. This order does not change anything currently in place for MUSD. The Governor's Executive Order allows people to leave home for the purpose of employment and essential services – school district operation is an essential service.

    • Learning at Home will continue.
    • Grab & Go meals and Marana Cares Mobile will continue.
    • LEAP childcare for first responders and essential healthcare workers will continue to be provided.
    • Schools and District offices will remain closed for in-person assistance.
    • School and District office phone lines will continue to be answered.


    MUSD continues to receive guidance and updates from the State Board of Education, the Governor's Office, the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 


    Updates will continue to be provided on this Webpage, through email/telephone/text, on the District's #maranaschool Facebook, Twitter, and Mobile App.


    For communications, information, including FAQs, please select from the categories provided below.


    For the latest local, state, national information related to COVID-19, please select from the resources located on the right side of this Webpage. 



    Read the March 30, 2020 Communication from Superintendent, Dr. Wilson


    Learning at Home: Beginning Monday, March 30, 2020, through school closure, learning at home officially begins in the Marana Unified School District, as required in HB 2910. Visit the District's Learning at Home Webpage for important information and details.


    FREE Grab & Go: Free grab & go meals and Marana Cares Mobile service.


    Chromebook Support: 
    To familiarize yourself with your student’s Chromebook, please email the MUSD Technical Support Team to receive a link to a Chromebook video.
    For problems with your child’s Google account (forgotten passwords, etc.), or technical issues with the Chromebook, please email MUSD Technical Support Team.
    All other questions, please email the MUSD Parent Support Team.  


MUSD Information & Resources

  • Marana Unified School District Response

  • Does Governor Ducey's Stay-at-Home order for the state of Arizona impact MUSD?

  • Learning at Home

  • Chromebook & Wi-Fi Information

  • Grab & Go Meals & Marana Cares Mobile

  • Childcare For Essential Workers

  • Online Learning Resources

  • Will grading occur during school closure?

  • Will statewide testing occur this school year?

  • Will graduation ceremonies be held in May?

  • What is Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)?

  • How can I protect myself?

  • What are the symptoms?

  • How does the virus spread?

  • Where can I get the most accurate facts and up-to-date information?

MUSD Communications

  • Letter to Parents - March 30
  • Superintendent Message - March 26
  • March 23 - Update
  • March 18 - Update
  • March 16 - School Closure
  • March 13 - Cancellation of large group activities
  • March 3 - Prevention Measures