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Mexican American Student Services

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Mexican American Student Services is a service-oriented department serving Tucson Unified School District Latino students from asset-based approach.

  • Serve Mexican American/Latino students and families district wide.
  • Advocate for equitable education.
  • Prepare students and parents for college.
  • Mentor and tutoring K-12 students.
  • Connect community organizations and colleges to families

The Department is housed inside AERO Bldg- Upper Level at Catalina High School; the physical address is 3645 E. Pima St.


  • Work to eliminate the opportunity gap for Mexican American/Latino students.
  • Offer K-12 mathematics and reading tutoring services.
  • Establish mentoring and advocacy programs to increase Latino students' attendance, academic performance and graduation rates.
  • Engage with community organizations and college partnerships to offer mentoring, tutoring and community services to TUSD families.
  • Increase Mexican American/Latino students' academic achievement for college preparation.
  • Implement mentoring and tutoring programs to meet students’ academic and social goals.
  • Collaborate with community organizations and colleges to increase educational opportunities.


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-Cesar Chavez


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