The deadline to apply is Jan. 2.
Graduates include at least 14 recruited by TUSD to return to school.
Gale Adopt-a-School project to be rescheduled.
TUSD Governing Board also appointed a director of family and community outreach.
Community members can get a preview of the Holiday Bowl performance at Marana High on Dec. 18.
Arizona School Administrators recognizes Doug Wilson for leadership.
The fifth annual Weihnachtsmarkt is free and open to the public.
Participants will learn about raising chickens, benefits that come with it.
Teen appeared on Who Wants to Be A Millionaire's Whiz Kid edition.
Four Palo Verde High seniors participated in the University of Arizona Showcase.
Educational Enrichment Foundation holiday cards on sale now.
TUSD Governing Board approves hirings of three new directors.
The Tucson Jazz Institute will pay $36,000 a year to lease space.
The students hail from Tucson and University high schools; teacher representing Pueblo.
Kristel Milligan was recognized by the Arizona Health and Physical Education Association.
The "Thirst for Education" assembly is free and open to the public.
Survey responses favor a carryover of TUSD's existing calendar.
The two-year program that develops students’ leadership and academic skills.
The teachers represent Legacy Traditional Schools and Marana Middle School.
The Chinese educators will observe how fine arts are integrated into curriculum.
TUSD health staff members are being trained to ask specific screening questions.
TUSD will not revisit the SRO issue until the City makes a move.
TUSD Governing Board candidates to take community questions at forum tonight.
The principal appointed will be coming to Tucson from Oregon.
Event will feature music, organizations, school clubs and sports teams, and food.
Discussion will include overview of the project, benefits, and school design plans.
The Andrada Polytechnic High teacher is one of five in the running.
The event will inform K-12 students, parents about pathways to college.
Marana Unified School District and Pima Prevention Partnership were awarded grants.
New director will focus on recruitment, admission and retention.