Council OKs plan for closed schools, but TUSD must sign off
City hopes incentives could fill empty TUSD schools.
Diane Douglas, however, says she will work with the district to to achieve compliance in its culturally relevant classes.
TUSD superintendent meets with Arizona's new schools chief, leaves upbeat.
District will appeal ethnic studies ruling if necessary, Sanchez says.
The position is filled in the interim by Scott Morrison, director of project management.
First real pay raise in years will mean additional $500 per year.
District considering $500 across-the-board raises for most employees.
Governing Board decides to spend $4.7 million on raises.
Board must demand detailed information about what administrator is doing, saying.
Dodge Middle School move unlikely due to lack of funds, superintendent says.
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.
Board insists students not be asked about their citizenship.
Forecast of a possible $15 million deficit suddenly not so dire.
Emails show TUSD finance experts' frustration over costly decisions.
Weeklong Thanksgiving break is possible. Aug. 10 start date off the table.
TUSD sells Fort Lowell Elementary School for $1.1 million.
Sanchez shares appreciation for TUSD's automotive programs despite his previous public comments.
Vacancy follows the committee chair's resignation, citing "slanderous remarks" by TUSD superintendent.