School-Related FAQ's During COVID-19 Pandemic

Please refer to this page for school-related frequently asked questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

When will school resume?

Our district is following the metrics and data that will drive our decision to reopen our school sites safely for in-person learning at the appropriate time. Currently, the decision to remain with online learning was made at a recent governing board meeting. We will be online through the end of the third quarter of the second semester, which will take us through spring break, 2021.

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How are students supposed to learn if schools are closed?

Both teachers and students will continue their classes by logging into Edgenuity or related course platforms for unique courses during their regularly scheduled classes in accordance with their school’s schedule.


  • Students follow their daily schedule by logging into their online classes at the exact same time they would report to each and every class during the closure.
  • Students access Edgenuity from the district Home page using their username and password.
  • Students complete and upload work and access class progress in Edgenuity.
  • Students see their assignments and current course grades via StudentVUE.


  • Check TUHSD website for updates during the school closure.
  • Provide feedback to staff as needed during the closure.
  • Check on student progress in Synergy using ParentVUE and support students in Edgenuity.

If you are new to using Edgenuity, please access a tutorial on YouTube on how to use Edgenuity. If you have questions, please use your email to reach out to your teacher.

Students can also go to our Technology Integration page for tutorials on StudentVUE/ParentVUE and Blackboard.

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What do I do if I don’t have an Internet connection?

Cox Connect2Compete is an affordable, in-home internet product for low-income families with school-aged children. Cox Communications committed to promoting digital inclusion by providing connectivity, digital literacy training, and low-cost equipment. Please visit the Affordable Internet Program page for more information.

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What can I continue to do to protect myself and my family from COVID-19?

Please visit the Tolleson Union High School District’s COVID-19 Resource page for more information on dealing with the pandemic and resources available to families.

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How are CTE programs affected due to COVID-19?

Students in CTE programs are encouraged to engage with their program area teachers throughout the closure. Industry certification opportunities and CTE internship models have been adjusted to meet the industry needs. Dual enrollment is being delivered electronically via the TUHSD teacher; if credit is earned in the TUHSD course, it will also be earned via the postsecondary partner in the usual fashion.

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