COVID-19 FAQ for Students

  • How long will school be closed?

  • How will my teacher communicate with me?

  • I have more questions about Student Online Learning Access?

  • I'm not receiving message from Schoology, what should I do?

  • Are you having issues with Schoology?

  • I picked up a laptop from TUHSD during the summer and now I need to return it, what should I do?

  • Are there any food/meal resources I can access during this time?

  • What about Tempe Union Online courses that are already in progress?

  • Will the Summer Education Academy & TUOL - Summer Session still start in May?

  • Are you looking for COVID-19 resources for social & emotional wellness?

  • Are my school facilities still open during this time?

  • Is my activity/athletic event/school trip still happening?

  • I am planning to be an NCAA college athlete after graduating high school. Where can I get more information?

  • What happens to the Spring Sports season?

  • I'm in a dual enrollment class. How will my DE credit be impacted?

  • I’m in an AP class. How do I prepare and take my at-home exam this year?

  • I’m in the IB Program. Will I still take the test this year?

  • I'm an EVIT student. What happens to my program?

  • Spring SAT exams have been cancelled by The College Board. What do I do?

  • I need to take the ACT. What should I do?

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    College Connect Virtual Workshops in July

    The in-person workshops have been canceled but College Connect Tempe is still here to help parents and students navigate the college exploration and application process. Two virtual workshops will take place in July with the following themes: 

    • July 9, 10 AM - College and Career Opportunities: Part 2
      • For teens and young adults in or out of school ages 14-24
      • Information for DACA-eligible youth      
    • July 16, 10 AM - Making College Work for You:
      • For incoming seniors and recent high school graduates 

    Registration is encouraged at www.CollegeConnectTempe.org or collegeconnect@tempe.org.
    Once registration is complete, an email with login instructions will be sent.

    One-on-one virtual mentoring is also available by appointment.

    CLICK HERE to watch June workshops on paying for college, college admissions, and college and career opportunities. 

    SchoolHouse Connections Youth Leadership & Scholarship Program provides scholarships to youth who have experienced homelessness to ensure their completion of a post-secondary education program. The deadline to apply is October 1, 2020.

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  • Meal distributions at all Tempe Union High Schools ended on Friday, May 15, 2020.

    The Department of Economic Services (DES) to soon distribute Pandemic Electronic Benefit Food Stamp Cards (P-EBT Cards) to all families with students eligible for Free and Reduced-Price Meal Benefits:  

    Per the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, DES will soon be issuing Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer food stamp cards (P-EBT), to every family with students eligible for free/reduced meals in schools.

    If your child has not been enrolled in the free or reduced school meal program for this school year (2019-2020), and your financial circumstances have changed and your child(ren) would now be eligible, apply online at https://www. lunchapplication.com. For quick processing, be sure to enter your child(ren)s names and birthdates exactly as was given to the school office for the student database to include their 7-digit student identification number.

    Enrolling prior to June 30, 2020 is important because the DES will be collecting student free and reduced data from the district database. DES has not yet announced a distribution date of the P-EBT card.

    Note: Families will still need to complete a new application for the 2020-2021 school year which will be available on July 1, 2020.

    If you have any questions, please email claguna@tempeunion.org or call the Nutrition Services office at (480) 345-3745.

    Additional Meal Services for Summer

    School sites that are continuing to participating in serving meals during the summer can be found on USDA’s Site Locator website or by texting the word FOOD to 877-877.

    Here are some other websites for food resources:

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  • Tempe Community Council logo, location and hours posted on this page FREE Hygiene Products for Tempe Middle & High School Students

    Threadz, teen clothes closet, and Tempe Community Council offer free hygiene items for Tempe students.

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