EDUCATION

Paradise K-8 schools in Surprise return to campus

Paradise Honors High School waits until construction ends

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 9/29/20

Maricopa County has met the benchmarks established by the state Department of Health Services for considering the return to in-person instruction.

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EDUCATION

Paradise K-8 schools in Surprise return to campus

Paradise Honors High School waits until construction ends

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Maricopa County has met benchmarks established by the state Department of Health Services for considering the return to in-person instruction.

Surprise-based charter Paradise Schools district will use a mitigation plan and protocols to reopen for in-person instruction.

The entire plan is available at this web page.

Paradise Schools will use the following phases to implement this plan:
• K-5 on-site (Paradise Honors Elementary School) in-person learning began Sept. 21.
• 6-8 on-site (Paradise Honors Middle School) in-person learning began Sept. 28.
• 9-12 on-site (Paradise Honors High School) in-person will begin Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Originally, the Paradise Schools all planned to return on Oct. 19.

The high school cannot begin prior to Oct. 21 because of COVID-related construction delays.

As the district continues to implement this plan, it needs to know which children will attend in-person or continuing with distance learning. The Paradise Schools leadership team will use this information in its decision making.

A separate registration form will be required for each student who attends Paradise Schools. Each school site will send home a specific form for its location.

Complete the entire form to register a student.

The link for the survey for PHHS is available at tinyurl.com/PHHSNewRegistrationForm.

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