Challenge not considered official due to improper filing by Louie Gonzales.
Eight of the nine TUSD Governing Board candidates will be in attendance.
Eleven Pima County school districts have uncontested governing board elections.
Sanchez shares appreciation for TUSD's automotive programs despite his previous public comments.
The 7-year-old's artwork will be featured on a postage stamp.
Vacancy follows the committee chair's resignation, citing "slanderous remarks" by TUSD superintendent.
Positions filled in exceptional education and student placement and community outreach.
TUSD will have eight Tucson Police officers on campuses by early September.
The independent school will now be known as The Gregory School.
Resolution: Standardized testing has taken focus away from developing the “whole child.”
Drop off supplies at Southern Arizona Walgreens, Wendy’s and Cox Communications locations.
Winning concepts will be developed and available in the Google Play store.
Safford K-8 Magnet School and Tanque Verde High School honored by state.
Deadline to file with the Pima County School Superintendent is 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Kevin Nguyen is one of eight D-backs Helios Scholars.
A job fair Saturday only filled 20 open teaching positions.
Jan Vesely, will focus on curriculum and instruction and school improvement.
The Pima County Health Department is offering extended hours at some clinics.
The $480,000 grant will fund a 2-year family literacy program.
At this time last year, there were 227 open teaching positions.
There are 35 open seats on the ballot for school board elections.
Tucson Police Foundation will hold the event Saturday at Park Place Mall.
Helios Education Foundation awarded the $480,000 grant to Chicanos Por La Causa.
The deadline to file is Aug. 6; Aug. 20 for write-ins.
School supplies, new clothing and shoes, and unopened hygiene products needed.
Oro Valley couple steps forward to help Empire High School chemistry teacher.
Nearly three years in, director says she will pursue other opportunities.
The awards provide between $500 and $2,000 annually for undergraduate study.
Two seek seats in Vail, one is after a seat in TUSD.
They now qualify for the chance to receive $10,000 in scholarships.