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Grab and Go Meals!

TUSD Grab And Go Meals for Students
Grab-And-Go Info

Grab-And-Go Meal Routes resume Jan. 4. If you have questions or want information about alternative pick-up options, please email foodservcies@tusd1.org.

Learn from Home Resources for Families

Announcements

Knowledge Changes Everything

Desegregation and the Unitary Status Plan

See it. Hear it. Report it. Be bold - end bullying now

Governing Board Policies and Regulations - Tucson Unified School District

Extended Day

Homeless Education and Resource Team

Log-In Instructions for Students

Letter to Parents and Guardians - Testing at Home

Help Track Student Learning Time

As you are aware, this year is very different than prior years, and school districts have new requirements we must report to the Arizona Department of Education due to the remote school online environment. Thus, we are requesting your help to supplement the student learning time reports. This includes time students are doing school work when not on teacher-led Zoom class meetings and homework. We understand times will be estimates, as we do not expect comprehensive tracking.

Please know a student's grades will not be negatively impacted if parent-entered time tracking is not completed. Our goal is to use all methods at our disposal to understand and encourage student engagement. Any contribution you can provide is much appreciated.

You can do this in Synergy ParentVUE (https://parent.tusd1.org/).

  1. Time Tracking is available only through web browsers. It is currently not available through the mobile app. If you have a web browser (such as Chrome) on your smart phone or mobile device, you can log into ParentVUE through the browser on your device. Otherwise, please use a computer.
  2. In ParentVUE, click "Attendance" in the navigation list on the left
  3. Then click the "Time Tracker" link in the upper right of the screen

You should enter time when:

  • your student does work outside of teacher-led sessions (this includes homework and in-class project time)
  • your student is trying to connect to class Zoom sessions but is unable to do so because of technical issues

Please enter total minutes per class, per day, no matter when in the day your student did the work. For your convenience, there are two options:

  • minutes can be entered daily
    or
  • the weekly total of minutes can be entered at the end of each week

Please do your best to enter and submit all applicable minutes for the first week of school. Even one entry helps a lot!

For detailed instructions, please see ParentVUE Time Tracking Instructions (in PDF).

Translations: Arabic | Somali | Spanish | SwahiliVietnamese

Thank you for supporting your child's academic efforts and helping us meet the Arizona Department of Education requirements!

Free WiFi Map for Arizona

Use this free WiFi map from Connect Arizona to find free public WiFi hotspots at public libraries, schools, businesses, and other sites. Some sites may offer indoor public access during business hours, others provide access in the parking lot only. Everyone using the sites - outside or inside - is encouraged to practice social distancing precautions, including staying in your vehicle or at least six feet from other users and wearing a mask if necessary.

How do students log into Clever? (Video Instructions)


Video a Clever en español

Clever logo

  1. Go to clever.com/in/tusd1
  2. Click on "Log in with Network Credentials."
    screenshot of Log In page
  3. Sign in using your  10-digit Student ID number (or "matric") plus @s.tusd1.org
    Example: 1301234567@s.tusd1.org

Chromebook: Zoom & Clever Logon

Translations: Arabic | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese 

Chromebook Clever Logon Issues

Translations: Arabic | Spanish | SwahiliVietnamese

Clever - Guía estudiantil para iniciar sesiones en casa

Clever - FAQ for Teachers

To help Tucson Unified educators understand the strengths and limitations of Clever, we've created this Clever FAQ for Teachers (in PDF).

How do students log in to Office 365? (Video Instructions)


Video a Office 365 en español

Student Logon/Password Change (August 2020)

Every TUSD student has an Office 365 account that has been set up for them. They can access their account by going to

portal.office.com, clicking Sign in (top right), and then doing the following:
  1. Enter < matric@s.tusd1.org > (without the < >) in the spot where it says "Email, Phone, Skype."
    Students' matric number is their student ID number.
    screenshot of login
  2. Upon entering this information, you will be taken to the TUSD sign in page. Your student's username will be the same matric@s.tusd1.org they used at the log-in screen, and their password is the same password they log in with at school.
    Students have to make sure they include the "s." after @ in the username: matric@s.tusd1.org.

How do students log in to StudentVUE (Synergy)?

Go to https://student.tusd1.org/

and log in using your 10-digit Student ID number and your District password.

IMPORTANT: Your StudentVUE User Name is your 10-digit Student ID number, not your district email address.

You can also access StudentVUE via the StudentVUE App for iOS and Android.

Zoom: Log-In, Log-Out, and Meetings (Video Instructions)

SchoolCity - Login, Launchpad, Assessments (Video Instructions)


SchoolCity Login Instructions


SchoolCity Launchpad


SchoolCity Assessments

Student Log-In and Password Information - 2020-2021 School Year

Please Change Your Password If You Haven't Already

If you haven't changed your password since the start of school, please do so as soon as possible.

Student Login & Password Reset Instructions

  1. The first time you log in to a TUSD device:
    • User Name: Full school email address. This is in the form of the 10-digit Student ID followed by @s.tusd1.org, for example: 1300101011@s.tusd1.org
    • Default Password: 10-digit Student ID (Matric) number
  2. On the TUSD device or on a personal device, open a web browser (Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge will both work).
  3. Go to office.com
  4. Sign in: Type your full school email address including (Your Student ID number followed by @s.tusd1.org portion, for example: 1300101011@s.tusd1.org) and click "Next".
  5. Password: Type your 10-digit Student ID (Matric) and click "Sign in."
  6. Once the Office Portal loads, click your avatar icon in the top right corner.
  7. Click "My Account".
  8. The My Account page will load. Click "Password" from the left menu column of this screen.
  9. The password reset page will load.
  10. Type your old password. This is your Student ID/Matric number at the beginning of the school year.
  11. Then create and confirm new password.

    Password Suggestions

    Password Length:

    • Grades preK-5: Minimum 4 characters
    • Grades 6-12: Minimum 8 characters

    Password Complexity Recommendations (Grades 6-12): Make sure to use a CAPITAL letter, number (1,2,3,4,5) and a special character (!,@,$,%,&,?) to create a secure password.

    Please REMEMBER you password. Write it down if you must and keep it in a safe place you can reference later.

  12. Finally, click "Submit". If you receive an error message trying to change your password in Office 365, try this alternative method.
  13. Once you have done this, you can log into Clever.

Password Reset Instructions for Students (in PDF).

How to set up laptops, tablets, and hotspots

2020-2021 School Year

Spring 2020

How do I find my child's matric or Student ID?

Your child's Student ID is sometimes called their "matric" number.

If you have a ParentVUE account, you can find your their Student ID (or matric number) in ParentVUE.

Log into ParentVUE at https://parent.tusd1.org/.

Students can also find their matric/Student ID in StudentVUE, https://student.tusd1.org/

How do I get help with technical support and other questions?

If you have technical questions and/or need support, please call your school. They'll coordinate with Technology Services to get you the help you need.

If you call after hours, please leave a detailed message including:

  1. a callback number
  2. your student's name and grade
  3. the specific issue or question

Thank you!

Internet Access for 2020-2021 School Year

This school year Tucson Unified is providing hotspots from T-Mobile directly to families in need of Internet service. There is no application and the district is paying the monthly fee for using the hotspot for the 2020-2021 school year if needed.

For more information, see the Family Internet Service FAQ.

Student Hotspot Loan Authorization

Loaner Laptop/Tablet/Hotspot Important Paperwork

2020-2021 School Year

Spring 2020

Resources for Families

Travel Recommendations and Updates

Questions about travel? See Travel Recommendations and Updates (in PDF)

For more information and the latest advisories, please see CDC's Travel Notices

COVID-19 Notification - Sample Letter for Parents

If a positive COVID-19 case has been identified at a school, parents/guardians will receive a version of the following general notification letter: Sample Letter to Parents or Staff - COVID-19 Case On Site (in PDF)
Translations (in PDF): Arabic | Kirundi | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

Get your Free Masks from AZ

La Frontera's Behavioral Health Services for Families and Children

If you need help with your children, La Frontera provides a range of services. See the La Frontera Child Services flier (in PDF) for more information, or call 884-9920 or email enroll@lafrontera.org.

Coronavirus Guide from tucson.com

This comprehensive guide provides useful information for the public.

Coronavirus Guide

Need help with rent or preventing eviction?

COVID-19 Exposure Reference and Guidelines For TUSD Staff, Students, and Families

Coronavirus Testing Sites

Crisis Information

If you or a loved one are in  immediate crisis, please call:

Community Wide Crisis Line: 520-622-6000

Or 911

Other non-emergency numbers:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Phone Number: 1-800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line: Text 741741

More

Childcare

Childcare at TUSD Schools

If you need childcare while you work, we offer childcare at many of our schools through our Community School program and KIDCO. Learn more by reading Childcare options at TUSD Schools.

Boys & Girls Club Tucson

Flier for Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson - 2020-2021 (in PDF)

Looking for a safe place where your child can engage in recreation, arts, and other enrichment activities? The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson are open to serve working families during the pandemic.

Program Details:

  • Ages 7 to 17 years old
  • Masks/face coverings required in the Clubs and safety measures must be followed
  • Meals provided through partnership TUSD Meals Program
  • Members asked to bring their school-provided devices to the Club

Register and Learn More at the Boys & Girls Club website

10 Things You Can Do to Prepare for Returning Back to School

Ready to prepare for returning to school?

Please review 10 Things You Can Do to Prepare for Returning Back to School (in PDF).

Screening Questions - Asked before entry to schools and district offices

Screening Questions: These questions will be asked of everyone before they are permitted to enter schools or district offices.

Help for Speakers of Arabic, Kirundi, Somali, and Swahili

Please call the number below and leave a message, including a phone number where we can reach you. We will call you back. Thank you!
  • 225-6591 = Swahili
  • 225-6592 = Arabic
  • 225-6593 = Kirundi
  • 225-6594 = Somali

Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)

Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) provides assistance to households with children who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals, while schools are out of session due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Arizona P-EBT Pandemic School Meal Replacement Benefits program is a partnership between DES, the Arizona Department of Education, and the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.

For more information, see DES's Arizona P-EBT webpage .

Community Resources for Family Support

Free WiFi Map for Arizona

Use this free WiFi map from Connect Arizona to find free public WiFi hotspots at public libraries, schools, businesses, and other sites. Some sites may offer indoor public access during business hours, others provide access in the parking lot only. Everyone using the sites - outside or inside - is encouraged to practice social distancing precautions, including staying in your vehicle or at least six feet from other users and wearing a mask if necessary.

Internet Access for TUSD Families

TUSD will help you with Internet access through loaner hotspots. Learn more at the TUSD Loaner Hotspot FAQ.

You can also look into several of the low-cost Internet programs available to TUSD families. See the following information for details: Low-Cost Internet Programs

Coping with Stress and Anxiety

For suggestions on coping with stress and anxiety during this time, please see these resources.

Food Banks and Pantries

Dental Issues - What to do

Wondering what to do about dental issues? See these dental issues guidelines from Pima County Health Department.

Health Tips

Please check the CDC website for the latest prevention tips and information.

Prevention Measures

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds (the time needed to sing happy birthday) or use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
  • Keep children home when sick, and stay home when you are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze, then immediately discard any tissues.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Avoid unnecessary physical contact, like holding hands.

Note: Please be aware the District has suspended Attendance Award tracking for the 4th quarter. Thus please have students remain home if not feeling well.

Positive Parenting

Section 504

Talking with Children: Tips for Caregivers and Parents

Announcements for Families

AZ Tax Credit - You make the difference!

Schools A-Z

Your A-Z School Quick Links

Interpreter Services

Interpreter and Translator Services for Students and Parents/Guardians

لمتعلمي اللغ

.أ. إشعار إلى الوالدين

إلى كل آباء وأمهات طلاب المدرسة الثانوية من متعلمي اللغة الإنجليزية:
إذا انتقلت إلى منطقة حضور آخرى، سيتم إعطاء الطالب خيار البقاء في المدرسة الثانوية الحالية الخاصة بهم حتى نهاية العام الدراسي، وسيتم تقديم النقل له/لها في شكل حافلة مدرسية للمنطقة أو حافلة المدينة للنقل العام.

Kirundi

Ukwiyungurza kwabiga ururimi rw’Icongereza (ELL Transportation)
Amakuru Kubavyeyi
Ku Bavyeyi bose barereye kumashuri ya High School biga ururimi rw’Icongreza:
Mugihe wimukiye kukindi kigo c’amashuri, umunyeshuri wawe azohitamo ko yoguma aho yiga kuri high school kugezaho umwaka w’ishuri uzoherera, ubwo muri ico gihe azohabwa uburyo bwo kwiyunguruza nko kuronswa ibasi y’ishuri cyangwa agatike ko gutega ibasi

Nepali - परिवहन

आमाबाबु लाइ सूचना

स्कूल अंग्रेजी भाषा शिक्षार्थि का सभै माता पिता लाइ:

यदि तपै अन्य उपस्थिति क्षेत्र मा सर्दै हुनुहुन्छ भने
तपैको विद्यार्थी लाइ स्कूल वर्ष को अन्त सम्म आफ्नो वर्तमान उच्च स्कूलमा रहने विकल्प दिइनेछ.” र उहालाइ जिल्ला को स्कूल बस या शहर बस पास को रूप मा यातायात प्रदान गरिनेछ

Somali

Gaadiidka Bartayaasha Luqadda Ingiriisiga
Wargalin Ku Socota Waalidka

Dhamaan waalidiinta ardayda dhigtaan dugsiga sare kuwaa oo ah bartayaasha luqadda ingiriisiga:
Haddii aad u guurtid aag kale eek a dheer dugsiga, ardaygaaga waxaa la siin doonaa fursad uu ku joogo dugsiga uu hada dhigto ilaa dhamaadka sanad dugsiyeedka, iyo in isaga / iyada la siin doonaa gaadiid oo ah qaab baska dugsiga degmada ama baska magaalo maro.

Swahili

Usafiri
Taarifa kwa Wazazi

Kwa Wazazi wote wa wanafunzi wa lugha ya kingeresa
Kama unahamia kwa eneo jingine mahudhurio, mwanafunzi wako atapewa fursa ya kukaa shuleni yao ya sasa juu mpaka mwisho wa mwaka wa shule, na yeye atapatiwa usafiri katika mfumo wa basi la shule la  wilaya au tikiti ya kupita ya busi ya mji.

Transcripts and Student Records

Classes at Family Resource Centers

These are just some of the great free classes and workshops for parents and families held at our Family Resource Centers. Find more at the Family Resource Center Classes page!
  • Stepping Stones: Presented by The U of A Cooperative Extension

    Child behavior management for families with children with Autism. The series provides community as well as a specialized set of skills for parents to properly identify behavior problems and challenge their children to reach milestones using the Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) curriculum.

     Wednesdays| 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.| Start: 10/28/20| End: 1/20/21|  

    https://forms.gle/RdYJVCguuzroDDvt8

  • Nutrition Class: Presented by The U of A Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program

    Instructor Ivonne Martinez will review exercise, food safety, sugar, saltfats, and introduce the USDA MyPlate Nutrition Guide. Participants will learn to take care of themselves and their families by using new nutrition techniques and learning new ways of eating. 

    Mondays|9:00a.m.-10:00a.m.|Start: 1/11/21|End: 2/15/21 

    Please email Ivonne Martinez to register: imartine@email.arizona.edu 

  • Nutrition Class: Presented by The U of A Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program

    Instructor Ivonne Martinez will review exercise, food safety, sugar, salt, fats, and introduce the USDA MyPlate Nutrition Guide. Participants will learn to take care of themselves and their families by using new nutrition techniques and learning new ways of eating. 

    Wednesdays|9:00a.m.-10:00a.m.|Start: 1/13/21|End: 2/17/21 

    Please email Ivonne Martinez to register: imartine@email.arizona.edu 

  • Writing Celebration: Presented by Author and Teacher Kit McIlroy

    This class is for participants who attended the Writing, A Life Skill class. Attendees will have the opportunity to read aloud. They will also be able to celebrate writing and reading with their children.  

    Thursday|5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.|Start: 1/28/21|End: 1/28/21| https://bit.ly/3nogMZ1 


  • Title I: Presented by Teresa Guerrero –Tucson Unified School District

    Title One presents: TUSD district policy, school policy, and compacts. You are cordially invited to share your ideas on how together we can strengthen the District Title I Parental Involvement Policy for the benefit of all students. 

    Thursday|10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.|Start: 1/28/21|End: 1/28/21| https://bit.ly/34j8IkV 


  • Crianza de los Hijos y Adicción (Parenting and Addiction): Presentado por LA FRONTERA

    This class will be presented in Spanish. Esta será una presentación de 4 sesiones sobre la crianza de los hijos y la adicción con un enfoque en los siguientes temas: hechos del alcohol, prevencion mas bienestarcomo funciona nuestro cerebro y como empieza la adiccion, y crianza positiva.  

    Fridays|10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.|Start: 1/15/21|End: 2/5/21| https://bit.ly/3m9TlS1 


  • Active Parenting
    This free six-week program will focus on giving parents/guardians the tools they need to better communicate with their children. We will dive into brain development and how it affects children’s behavior. You will also learn how to talk to your children about making good decisions. Fridays12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.| Start: 1/15/21| End: 2/19/21| https://bit.ly/34dckET 


  • English Language Acquisition for Adults (ELAA): Presented by Literacy Connects

    This class is offered to any adult with a desire to learn and improve their English. Students may choose from beginning, high beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes. Sign up by January 11.  

    |Start: 1/20/21|End: 5/14/21| Days and times vary depending on the level of class being offered. Please click on the registration link provided for more information https://bit.ly/3a3UYhu 


  • GED Preparation Class: Presented by Literacy Connects

    Prepare for your GED by improving your reading, writing, math, and thinking skills. These classes will be taught in English. Ages 21 and over.  

    Start: 1/19/21|End: 5/14/21 

    Mon. & Wed. (Math) |5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.| 

    Tue. & Thu. (Language Arts) |9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.| 

    Tue. & Thu. (Science) | 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.| 

    Please click on the link for more information https://bit.ly/3gEc3jn 


Student Accident Insurance

Student Accident Insurance is a voluntary coverage that must be elected and paid for directly by covered individuals. All students are eligible for this accident coverage. Per Governing Board Policy JLA, Risk Management has identified an outside vendor to provide Student Accident Insurance directly to students seeking coverage. The coverage provided by the vendor is available in a range of coverages and options at reasonable rates. Plans run the length of the school year and most options carry through the summer months. Please note that TUSD does not pay for accidental injuries sustained on campus or during extracurricular functions.

Enroll online at www.StudentInsurance-kk.com (Enroll online for quicker service)

Mail-in Enrollment Forms and Coverage Information (in PDF): English | Spanish

K-12 Student Accident Insurance Enroll Online Flier (in PDF)

Helpful Information

Synergy Student Information Service  TUSD WiFi is now available!library and textbook catalog  food services online, free and reduced applications and meal accounts, TUSD  Arizona Tax Credit - Give Kids the Extra Credit. Contribute using your credit card here!  Tucson Unified Tax Credit Contribution Portal for Community Members

Programs

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