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TUSD to offer programs over fall break

Want to keep your kids busy over TUSD's Oct. 1-5 fall break? The district, along with city Parks and Recreation and the Pima County Public Library, will have educational activities available, even though no classes are scheduled.

Tucson Unified School District's first fall break will be the first week of October. Also, a grading day will see no classes held Sept. 28.

A spring break is scheduled March 25-April 1.

Tucson's largest school district will be offering programs during both breaks. TUSD’s Community Education program includes activities for K-5 students, including arts and crafts, nutritional and physical education and field trips.

In addition to the Community Education program, the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department will offer programs for kids at several locations throughout Tucson. The Pima County Public Library will also offer classes on video production and animation.

A full list of offering is available on the TUSD website.

The program, which is for K-5 grade students, will run from Monday-Friday from 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Fees will be $20 daily, plus field trip fees.

Availability is limited depending on interest and early enrollment on the school district’s website is encouraged, according to a press release from TUSD spokeswoman Cara Rene.

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Fall break programs

  • When: Oct. 1-5 from 6:30 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Where: Register online or check list of programs and locations at tusd1.org
  • Cost: $20 per day plus field trip fees