Grijalva offers $500 reward to anyone who can identify the person.
TUSD health staff members are being trained to ask specific screening questions.
Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
TUSD targeted as educators say they're less likely to go to polls.
A chemistry teacher and a social studies teacher were given awards.
The superintendent was recognized with an award from the organization.
TUSD will not revisit the SRO issue until the City makes a move.
Hundreds turn out at luncheon, donate nearly $16,000.
Immigration and school resource officers also discussed.
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.
Board insists students not be asked about their citizenship.
Forecast of a possible $15 million deficit suddenly not so dire.
Discussion will include overview of the project, benefits, and school design plans.
The Andrada Polytechnic High teacher is one of five in the running.
Emails show TUSD finance experts' frustration over costly decisions.
The event will inform K-12 students, parents about pathways to college.
Education briefs from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
The Catalina High School Foundation will induct five people to its Hall of Fame.
Rincon Foundation will induct three people to its 2014 Hall of Fame Saturday.
Open house will help guide students as they choose their paths.
Weekly education-related briefs.
Volunteers work with students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Information on school programs and campus tours will be available.
Students are encouraged to complete a science or engineering project.
Gregory School's publication won first place in group's 2014 contest.
Basis Oro Valley ranked seventh in The Daily Beast's list.
Five of them are in the TUSD and Sunnyside districts.
Candidates also discuss Common Core and bilingual education.
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.
Protest opened doors to talks on feminism, sexism and objectifying women.
The college fairs are free and open to the public.
Projection is "worst case scenario"; district seeks solutions.
Weeklong Thanksgiving break is possible. Aug. 10 start date off the table.
Two from Palo Verde High were selected to participate in the program.
Paula Vinson was surprised with the award and $100 gift certificate Tuesday.
32 from Sabino are named AP scholars.
Vail School District closes open enrollment to incoming ninth-graders.
The EMT course is free and offered by Pima County JTED.
Margarito Casillas wins Chicano Por La Causa's Esperanza Latino Teacher Award.
The foundation will induct 10 people and three championship teams.
Two Tucson schools are being recognized for for promoting civic engagement.
Pima County urges families to get tested after possible exposure to tuberculosis.
Vail leader to be dunked in ice water; Amphi starts kindness challenge.
Michael Hicks, Debe Campos-Fleenor and Jen Darland address allegations.