Two teens win scholarships, advance to national competition.
The winning design will be used on a real postage stamp.
Tucson teens named regional finalists in Kohl's scholarship program.
Four students win Steve Engle Memorial/Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce scholarships.
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TUSD presenting seven options so all students can attend an integrated school.
Two seek seats in Vail, one is after a seat in TUSD.
They now qualify for the chance to receive $10,000 in scholarships.
Tucson High's new principal served as superintendent of an Indiana school district.
TUSD superintendent stands behind the hire and Grijalva's decision to withhold information.
Board was unaware of the connection prior to making the principal appointment.
Only one candidate has filed for a seat on the TUSD Board.
Annie Osborne received honorable mention in the March Cricket League poetry competition.
Educational grants are offered in several categories, ranging from $1,000 to $3,000.
Schools in Nogales and Cochise County will use grants for equipment and programs.
Curriculum program recognized by the Center for Digital Education.
Free, self-paced online program is for students ages 16 to 22.
TUSD is considering leasing Richey School to the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.
The review is required under the district’s decades-old desegregation order.
Says one: “I felt happy for myself, but also for the others.”
Beyond Textbooks allows teachers to share lesson plans, resources and ideas.
Graduation Solutions is a self-paced online program for high school dropouts.
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TUSD will bring a name for Governing Board approval on July 8.
Maya Wallace wins $1,000 to use to attend University of Arizona.
Students receive Kohl's gift cards, qualify for chance to win scholarships.
Kali Cornn is representing state at the 2014 National Youth Science Camp.
Two directors, a principal and a project manager appointed by TUSD board.
Top priorities: building schools, replacing buses and outdated equipment, and addressing repairs.
The camp will feature top scientists and professors from around the world.
Idea comes from board President Adelita Grijalva.
High school dropouts are costing Tucson $435 million, a new study shows.
TUSD Superintendent H.T. Sanchez discusses a new initiative to get students who have dropped out to return to school.
Give school another shot, school district and mayor ask.
Two directors, a principal and a project manager were hired Tuesday night.
The cost of the election will be about $235,000.
Acosta developed Mexican American Studies literature classes before the program was dismantled.
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A new independent school in downtown Tucson is enrolling kindergartners through third-graders.
Twenty-five students graduated from Pima Vocational High School Wednesday.
TUSD’s five-year strategic plan is nearing completion and board vote.
Tucson educator is finalist in the Target Presents PEOPLE All-Star Teachers campaign.
The charter school serves dropouts and those at risk of dropping out.
The plan is scheduled to go before the Governing Board next month.
Tucson educator needs your votes to win All-Star Teacher contest.
Having met 100 percent of his achievement goals, TUSD Superintendent H.T. Sanchez was awarded a $12,600 bonus Tuesday.
TUSD's superintendent could receive a bonus of $12,000-plus for achievement initiatives.
TUSD seeks volunteers to serve on the Technology Oversight Committee.
A Safford K-8 teacher has been selected to attend Green Boot Camp, a workshop focused on environmental issues.
The Tucson East Elks Lodge #2532 awarded more than $10,000 in scholarships to seven local high school seniors.