Arizona's largest teacher membership group is continuing a statewide walkout by public school employees.

The walkout started last Thursday and many school districts closed. Districts are now determining how long they'll stay closed as the walkout continues at least through Wednesday, leaders have announced.

It appears now that if legislators pass a state budget proposal they are weighing Tuesday, teachers will go back to work Thursday.

We're compiling a list as school districts announce their latest plans for the walkout. This list will be updated as more school districts announce their plans. This list includes school districts in 12 News' coverage area, mainly the Valley and northern Arizona. There are school districts in other parts of the state, such as Tucson, that are not reflected in this list.

If you know of a school closing that's not on the list, please email connect@12news.com.

If your child's district plans to close its schools, multiple businesses are stepping in to provide enrichment programs during the walkout.

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Due to the number of school districts included on this list, you might find your district more quickly by using the search function. Hit CTRL + F on a PC, or Command + F on a Mac. If you're on mobile device, tap the menu in the upper right corner of your browser and select "Find In Page."

Agua Fria High School District

Schools will remain open Tuesday on a modified early release schedule. All buses will run on a normal start time.

Alhambra Elementary District

Schools will remain closed until further notice in response to the walkout. The district will continue to provide packed meals between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.

Apache Junction Unified School District

Schools will be closed Wednesday for the walkout. Officials will know by Tuesday afternoon whether the district will be closed Thursday.

Avondale Elementary School District

Schools will be closed Wednesday, but childcare will be available certain schools from 7:30 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.

Buckeye Elementary School District

Schools will be open from 8 a.m. until noon on Wednesday, May 2, but classes will not be in session. Families will be notified if anything changes over the weekend. Breakfast and lunch will be served. There is no bus transportation and if your child won't be there, you must contact your school.

Cartwright School District

The district is closing its 20 campuses through the week until further notice.

Chandler Unified School District

Chandler USD plans to reopen schools Thursday, May 3, when officials expect there will be enough teachers to fill the classrooms.

Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District

Schools reopened Tuesday, May 1.

Creighton Elementary School District

Schools will remain closed until the walkout ends.

Breakfast and lunch will still be available at all district schools for students accompanied by a parent or supervising adult. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Deer Valley Unified School District

All schools will remain closed indefinitely until the district can assure that 75 percent of certified teachers will report to work. The district's website reads: "We do not know when schools will reopen."

Dysart School District

Schools will be closed until the walkout is over. The school calendar shows Monday as scheduled days off, as well. Here's an FAQ sheet from the district. Before- and after-school care is also closed, as are clubs.

Proms, overnight trips and other events on non-instructional days will continue as planned.

Flagstaff Unified School District

Schools will remain closed until an end of the walkout is announced, the district said in a Facebook post.

Florence Unified School District

All schools in the district will be closed Wednesday, May 2. The closure is indefinite, according to a Monday release. The district will post daily notifications at 5 p.m. on social media accounts.

Gilbert Public Schools

Schools will be closed until staff are available.

Glendale Elementary School District

All Glendale Elementary School District schools will be closed Tuesday, according to a Facebook post from the district.

Glendale Union High School District

The Glendale Union High School District will be closed Wednesday, May 2.

Globe Unified School District

As of Saturday, GUSD announced that schools would be open Monday. The district did say it may have to be flexible with lesson plans and may even combine classes due to staff absences.

Holbrook Unified School District

Schools reopened on Monday, April 30.

Humboldt Unified School District

The district is planning to be closed again Wednesday, May 2 due to the high umber of reported staff absences.

Kingman Unified School District

Black Mountain, Kingman Middle School, White Cliffs, Cerbat, Mount Tipton and La Senita will be open Wednesday. Other schools will be closed.

Kyrene School District

Kyrene School District will be closed until Thursday, May 3.

Liberty Elementary School District

After a survey of staff, the district decided it will have to close schools on Tuesday, May 1, due to a shortage of staff. All school events will also be canceled or postponed.

Freedom Elementary School, Las Brisas Academy and Rainbow Valley Elementary School will continue to serve breakfast and lunch to kids under 18 for free. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. A supervising adult must accompany the child.

Litchfield Elementary School District

Schools will remain closed until the walkouts end, including on Wednesday.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided to any person under 18 at Barbara B. Robey Elementary School, Corte Sierra Elementary School, Rancho Santa Fe Elementary School, and Wigwam Creek Middle School.

Madison Elementary School District 38

All schools will be closed Wednesday, May 2 due to the amount of leave requests received. District offices will remain open. Madison Park Middle School will serve breakfast and lunch to students until the lockout ends.

Maricopa Unified School District

Schools will be closed Tuesday and remain closed through the duration of the walkout.

Every school in the district will continue to serve breakfast (7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.) and lunch (noon - 1 p.m.).

Mesa Public Schools

Schools in Arizona's largest district will remain closed until the walkout ends. The district is offering free K-6 programming and free meals at four community sites from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You can find locations and more information here.

Any school days missed due to a closure will be added to the end of the school calendar, beginning Friday, May 25.

Extracurricular activities will be suspended and may be rescheduled if time permits. Varsity‚Äźlevel practice, competition and tournaments will continue as scheduled.

Out-of-state and overnight field trips will be handled on a case-by-case basis, and all single-day trips will be suspended.

Osborn School District

Schools in OSD will remain closed until further notice, but students will be able to get breakfast (7:30-8:30 a.m.) and lunch (noon-1 p.m.) each day. The district will post updates on its website as the walkout progresses.

Paradise Honors High School

The high school, a charter school, will be closed Wednesday.

There will be a day camp at Paradise Honors Elementary available for any K-8 students.

Paradise Valley Unified School District

All schools in the district will remain closed Wednesday, May 2, as district officials estimate there will not be adequate staff to keep them open.

Pendergast Elementary School District

All Pendergast schools will be closed until the walkout ends. Bag breakfasts and lunches will be provided to students if parents pick them up. The district says on its website that once the walkout ends, any school days missed due to a closure will be accounted for by adding time to Wednesdays- formerly early release days- that will now be full days.

Peoria Unified School District

Schools will remain closed Wednesday, May 2, based on absence data the district has received. Families will be notified about the re-opening of schools or potential for any future closure dates when additional information is available.

Phoenix Elementary School District #1

Schools will be closed Wednesday, May 2. The district will continue to keep families informed of school closures on its website.

Phoenix Union High School District

Schools will remain closed Wednesday, May 2. Free breakfast (7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.) and lunch (10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.) will be available to Phoenix Union students at Alhambra, Central and Caesar Chavez High Schools.

Queen Creek Unified School District

All eight schools in the district will be closed Wednesday, May 2. Families will be notified on a regular basis of daily closures as they are evaluated.

Roosevelt School District No. 66

Schools will be closed indefinitely for the safety of students and staff amid the walkout. Meals will be served from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. to all students in the district during the closure.

Scottsdale Unified School District

Schools will be closed Wednesday, May 2 due to to the high number of teachers reporting absences.

The district will be serving free breakfast (7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.) and lunch (11 a.m. - 1 p.m.) meals to kids 18 years or younger at Oak Learning Academy, Hohokam Elementary, Navajo Elementary, Tavan Elementary, Tonalea K-8 and Yavapai Elementary.

Sierra Vista Unified School District

Schools will be closed indefinitely. Schools will reopen when administration can verify there will be sufficient staff for safe operations or when the state walkout has been concluded.

Tempe Elementary School District

Schools are closed until further notice.

Tempe Union High School District

All seven high schools in the district will be closed Wednesday, May 2 but will reopen Thursday.

After-school activities and athletics will continue unless otherwise notified by the school. Graduation ceremonies will take place on their scheduled date.

Tolleson Elementary School District

Schools will remain closed for the walkouts Tuesday, May 1.

The district will keep parents informed via phone calls and emails as well as on the district website.

Tolleson Union High School District

Schools will be closed "indefinitely," but breakfast and lunch will be provided to students at all campuses from 9:30 p.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Washington Elementary School District

All 32 schools will remain closed on Wednesday, May 2. Free breakfast and lunch will still be provided at all schools, as well as child care at 13 locations for $20 per day, per child.

Winslow Unified School District

Schools will reopen Wednesday, May 2.

AIA - Arizona high school sports

Arizona Interscholastic Association says post-season play will continue as scheduled, with schools marked as forfeit when they can't participate.