A new school year begins for 47,000 students.
A job fair Saturday only filled 20 open teaching positions.
TUSD kicks off back-to-school season for the Tucson area.
Weekly roundup of education briefs.
Weekly roundup of education-related news.
School supplies, new clothing and shoes, and unopened hygiene products needed.
Activities include meeting police officers and free school supplies.
The Pima County Health Department is providing free child immunizations for the upcoming school year.
Park Place and the Tucson Police Foundation are hosting a free back-to-school safety fair Saturday.
McDonald's restaurants throughout Arizona will give away a total of 28,000 backpacks at 8 a.m. tomorrow at its Backpack Saturday event.
is a former superintendent of the Flowing Wells Unified School District
Back-to-school ads are already hitting the Sunday paper, which means parents are beginning to stress, but not about what clothes or backpacks to buy. The stress is about what teacher their child is going to have for the new school year.
If you're doing back to school shopping for teens, Plato's Closet, 4140 N. Oracle Road, is having a good back to school promotion.
The El Rio Community Health Center and Pima County Health Department will host four back-to-school immunization events within the next few weeks, starting today.
If you don't have insurance and can't afford immunizations for the kids, free back to school immunization clinics start July 18 and include free dental and vision screenings.
GAP Ministries is hosting a "BackPack 2 School" event Saturday where volunteers will give away free backpacks, educational supplies and prizes to kids in need from the Amphitheater, Marana and Flowing Wells school districts.