2016 school start dates - Tucson News Now

2016 school start dates

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Wondering when school starts?  Here is a list of when Southern Arizona schools start the 2016-2017 school year. 

July 14

  • Baboquivari Unified School District

July 18

  • Vail School District - K - 8

July 22

  • Vail School District - High Schools

July 27

  • Sunnyside Unified School District

July 28

  • Benson Unified School District

Aug. 1

  • Bisbee Unified School District

Aug. 3

  • Fort Huachuca Accommodation District
  • Sierra Vista Unified School District
  • Tanque Verde Unified School District

Aug. 4

  • Douglas Unified School District
  • Mammoth-San Manuel Unified School District
  • Tombstone Unified School District
  • Tucson Unified School District

Aug. 8 

  • Ajo School District
  • Bowie Unified School District
  • Marana Unified School District
  • Sahuarita Unified School District
  • Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District
  • Willcox Unified School District

Aug. 10

  • Nogales Unified School District
  • St. David Unified School District

Aug. 11

  • Amphitheater School District
  • Catalina Foothills Unified School District
  • Tanque Verde Unified School District

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