Tucson Police Foundation will hold the event Saturday at Park Place Mall.
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Title one elementary students in the Tucson Unified School District and their families are invited to the Back 2 School Bash from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Tucson Convention Center, 260 S. Church Ave.
I was at Walmart this afternoon, and saw one-subject college ruled, 70 sheet notebooks on sale for 17 cents. So I grabbed four of them. Four ounce bottles of Elmer's glue were only 50 cents, as well as packages of eight number two pencils and ten Cra-Z-Art washable markers. They also had two…
A Tucson activist is spearheading a campaign to purchase school supplies for kids who live in the same neighborhoods slated to receive free shotguns.
Marana police volunteer Darrel Gleddie shows Ethan Patrick a photo taken of Ethan during the back-to-school event in Marana. Gleddie and others helped photograph and fingerprint dozens of children. Ethan's mom, Katie, is just behind him.
Marana families got ready for a new school year with a back-to-school event Saturday that included everything from fingerprinting kids to a bicycle-helmet giveaway to tips for healthy eating.
The local nonprofit, Tucson Values Teachers has partnered with Walgreens to hold their 4th annual Tucson Supplies Teachers supply drive.
With her arms full of teaching supplies, Pusch Ridge teacher Diane Rognlien gets ready for the coming school year while shopping at Jonathan's Educational Resources store, 3100 N. Stone Ave. The store has been around for 25 years.
Jonathan's Educational Resources owner Jonathan Katz helps Donna May, a Painted Sky Elementary School teacher, as she shops for supplies. One estimate says teachers spend $500 a year out of pocket on supplies.
Gabby St. Paul, left in photo below, a Sahuarita School District kindergarten teacher, and her daughter, Carrie, get supplies for the upcoming school year at Jonathan's. The Internet and major retailers such as Walmart and Office Max provide much of the competition for stores that specialize…
For sellers of school supplies, it's Christmas in July.
The Educational Enrichment Foundation will be accepting donations of new clothes and school supplies for their annual Stuff the Bus for Kids drive on next Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Educational Enrichment Fund is holding a Stuff the Bus
clothing and school supply drive today.