Tucson Values Teachers awarded the April Teacher Excellence Award to a preschool teacher at Tully Magnet Elementary School.
Whether studying, working or helping others, Yakeleen and Azul, students from Pueblo High and Tuson High, have become role models for Latina women. They are the present and the future.
Sea estudiando, trabajando o ayudando a los demas, Yakeleen y Azul, estudiantes de Pueblo High y Tuson High, se han convertido en modelos de las mujeres latinas. Son el presente y el futuro.
Virtual fundraiser to help youth and family services in Arizona
The risk of transmitting COVID-19 at school is low, as long as schools take strong mitigation measures. The problem is we keep spreading the virus in the community.
While trying to balance academics and students' emotional needs, teachers and school counselors work overtime with access to limited resources.
Radio personality Berra hands out 200 kids’ books
The Pima County Health Department told schools on Dec. 11 to consider suspending in-person classes because of the spread of the coronavirus across the community.
Tucson schools face numerous challenges to staying open while the COVID-19 pandemic. But low rates of transmission inside schools show they might be a safer places to be.
Sahuarita Unified is returning high schools to remote-only learning due to the rising number of coronavirus cases in schools.
Pueblo High School students who need help paying sports participation fees now have a new resource though the Pueblo High Alumni Foundation.
A total of 28 people, including those with COVID-19, from three schools were told to quarantine.
Seven candidates are running for three seats on Tucson Unified School District's governing board. The board for Southern Arizona’s largest school district makes decisions that control a $500 million budget and affect the lives of nearly 45,000 children and their families.
The Pima County Health Department notified the Amphitheater School District that a Copper Creek Elementary employee who tested positive for COVID-19 was not at work during the contagious period.
The Amphi Foundation is partnering with Cox and Comcast to give Amphitheater School District families in need free internet at home.
Candidates vying to serve on Tucson school boards will answer questions virtually as election season kicks into full gear.
Parents struggle through remote learning and come up with innovative ways to make it work during coronavirus schooling.
A team of seventh- and eighth-grade girls from Magee Middle School won an international contest. The middle school engineering team from Tucson, Arizona created a balsa wood framework that held 1,151 pounds before breaking.
A team of seventh- and eighth-grade girls from Magee Middle School created a framework that weighed no more than 18 grams but was able to hold more than 1,100 pounds.
Less than one third of the state's preschools and centers are open, due in part to little demand from parents during the pandemic
Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday he won't rescind his order that prevents Arizonans from using a drug in the experimental way President Trump is during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Tucson’s public schools have been forced to make a huge effort to narrow the digital divide among students since campuses across Arizona were ordered shut during the pandemic — and are doing so with nearly no help from the state.