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.
Paula Vinson received the Tucson Values Teachers/OfficeMax Teacher Excellence Award.
The program promotes the orthopedic surgery and engineering fields for young women.
The grant would help JTED incorporate additional technology.
The college fairs are free and open to the public.
Two from Palo Verde High were selected to participate in the program.
Paula Vinson was surprised with the award and $100 gift certificate Tuesday.
Vail leader to be dunked in ice water; Amphi starts kindness challenge.
A community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The funds were awarded by the Arizona Department of Education.
The funds will support innovative program for homeless students and provide resources.
Sunnyside to host free literacy event for Tucson families on Monday.
Literacy Connects, Edge High School awarded a total of $6,000 in grants.
Automated phone calls, emails will notify parents of a child's absence.
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.