10 Sunnyside schools will have later start
Free McDonald's breakfast for those taking AIMS test
Todos los padres de estudiantes que asistirán a las escuelas públicas de Arizona y que cursen entre prekinder y el grado 12, el próximo año escolar deberán llenar formularios que comprueben su residencia.
St. Gregory team going to mock-trial finals
All parents of students attending preschool through 12th grade in Arizona public schools will need to fill out new forms showing proof of residency for the upcoming school year.
Alta Vista High plans youth, peace forum
Morado named TUSD asst. superintendent
Sonoran Science collects canned foods
TUSD hires director for middle schools
TUSD taking requests on open enrollment
Sunnyside teacher named 'Math Hero'
Two seniors named Hispanic Scholars
TUSD to host annual Festival of Schools
Magazine rates Basis' Tucson school No. 2
Sabino High students named AP scholars
TUSD Ethnic Studies to be focus of forum
5 to share $10,000 for college studies
They have attended public school for 13 years. They have taken
all required courses. They have passing grades. Yet, with
graduation season upon them, hundreds of Tucson-area high school
seniors await word on whether they will receive a diploma.
The TUSD board meeting on ethnic studies was briefly halted
after at least seven people were escorted from the meeting room by
police officers. The first two escorted out were adults who tried
to speak after the call to the audience had ended.
Six named Rodel aspiring principals
Scholarship honors local grad's memory
CDO wins state title in Academic Decathlon
Local student wins area Shakespeare event
Free practice tests for SAT and ACT
Students to take part in Shakespeare
UA senior selected for teaching fellowship
Summer's Last Splash to aid Marana schools
Just days after the state's immigration bill was signed into
law, TUSD administrators and their Governing Board have already
fielded questions from staff workers about whether they need to
inquire about the immigration status of students. The answer to
that is no, said Rob Ross, TUSD legal counsel.
More students excel in AP classes, exams
Get help on college-aid application forms
Nearly 900 eighth-graders have left the Sunnyside Unified School District since 2006 to attend private or charter schools - costing the district about $3 million in state funding. Now Sunnyside is thinking about how to stop the losses.
An 18-year-old Pima Community College student and talented
mariachi singer who was killed in a car crash in February was
legally drunk and had traces of cocaine in her system, an autopsy
Tucson police are declining to identify the 14-year-old boy who
stole a large earth-moving machine and took it on a ride before
being shot by officers who feared he was about to run them and
their vehicles over... Read the full story...