Students emerge from the bus on the first day of school at Ventana Vista Elementary School, 6085 N Kolb Rd., in Tucson on August 11, 2016. Many teachers welcomed their students back to school on Friday, May 4, 2018 following the #RedForEd walkout. A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

1. Most local districts are back in session today. 

Sunnyside Unified School District, Marana Unified School District, Amphitheater Public Schools and Catalina Foothills School District opened today. 

Sahuarita Unified School District, Tanque Verde Unified School District, Flowing Wells Unified School District and Vail School District were already open. 

2. TUSD goes back Monday. 

Tucson Unified School District will re-open on Monday, May 7. 

"As the largest school district in Southern Arizona and second largest in the state, it takes a little more time for us to mobilize and ensure that each of our 86 school sites will have transportation and sufficient staffing," the district posted on Facebook on Thursday. 

3. Most districts don't plan to extend the school year.

As everyone goes back to school, each district has to evaluate whether the days missed during the walkout mean extra instructional minutes are required to meet state standards. So far, most districts have enough wiggle room or are playing with bell schedules to keep the last day of school the same. 

Vail School District, Amphi Public Schools and Flowing Wells Unified School District have said they're still analyzing the walkout's impact on the calendar. Tanque Verde Unified School District has said it may need to add some time to the school year. 

Here's a story with information about all of the Tucson-area districts. 

4. Learn more about the walkout, the budget and #RedForEd

Listen to the Arizona Daily Star's "The Point Being" podcast on the movement. "The End is the Beginning.

Arizona Daily Star columnist Tim Stellar explains the TUSD tax landing on property owners in the district. 

If you want to catch up on what actually went down with the state budget early yesterday morning, read this story: "Teachers head back to work after Ducey signs budget with pay raise, school aid.