• Remote Learning

  • IMAGE: Connectedness, Community Building, Creativity & Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, Consistency.  Remote Learning is a structured, engaging, high-quality academic learning experience, which allows students to connect to their teachers, classmates, and daily lessons virtually. No sign-up required to begin the school year on Wednesday, August 5, 2020.


    Please review MUSD's Remote Learning Parent and Student Resource Guide. The purpose of this resource guide is to provide supplemental resources to parents and students to engage in learning in a remote setting.


    Parents may also view a video for an overview of remote learning. 


    • Grades K-12
    • Five full-days per week
    • Instruction provided by MUSD appropriately certified and nationally certified teachers
    • Live teacher-led lessons, live class meetings and flipped instruction (independent learning)
    • Academic support including tutoring, individual, or small group support
    • MUSD academic standards, instruction, assessment, curriculum resources utilized
    • Consistency in teaching practices 
    • Clearly articulated daily schedules and student expectations
    • Daily attendance and participation required
    • Student progress supported with feedback and grades
    • Social-emotional support, lessons, and counseling services
    • Accommodations and support services provided (Special Education, English Language Development, Gifted)
    • Physical Education, Music, and other electives 
    • Additional services and support to students and families
    • Chromebook provided by MUSD
    • Digital Citizenship and PBIS lessons will be taught
    • Technology and technical support provided
    • Lessons aligned to the District's comprehensive district curriculum, allowing a seamless transition to Classroom Learning or Flexible Learning when the District is able to resume instruction in-person.


    View the Chromebook & Tech Support webpage for information and tech support. 


    More information will be shared on this webpage and in weekly communications to families including expectations and requirements for student learning, meet the teacher virtual visits, grading, attendance, instruction, daily schedules, special needs, Chromebook distribution, sports/athletic practices, and other information. 

  • When Schools Are Able To Resume In-Person Instruction 


    MUSD is committed to providing families choice to make the decision that is best for their student’s learning. MUSD recognizes that these are unprecedented times and each student and family has different needs. The District also recognizes that parents have a choice when it comes to education, and MUSD parents have voiced a need for both classroom learning and online learning when the District is able to resume in-person instruction.


    When schools resume in-person instruction, aligned with Governor Doug Ducey's “Arizona: Open for Learning” plan, MUSD plans to offer three high-quality learning models to provide choice for students and families:


    Classroom Learning - available when schools are able to resume in-person instruction

    Flexible Learning - available when schools are able to resume in-person instruction

    Full-Time Marana Distance Learning - available beginning August 5 through the 2020-2021 school year for grades 5-12. 


    The Arizona Department of Health Services developed and released public health benchmarks to school districts for the safe return of in-person, teacher-led classroom instruction. As the finer details of each learning model developed, with a focus on school connectedness and high-quality instruction, the learning models were updated and presented to the Governing Board on September 17.  The District's Safety Protocols were also updated, aligned with public health guidance and benchmarks.