We are now ready for your feedback on the draft 2017-2018 Code of Conduct. We'll share your feedback with the Governing Board. The new Code of Conduct will be presented to the Governing Board at the January 31, 2017 Board meeting. Learn more, read the Code, and share your feedback!
We are looking for volunteers to read with students during the African American Read-In!
Classrooms in schools throughout Tucson Unified will celebrate Black History Month with the African American Read-In. Teachers and volunteers will read to students from books, selections from novels, short stories, poems, and plays by African American writers and illustrators.
If you are interested in volunteering to read to students in Tucson Unified classrooms, sign up through the online form! For more information, contact our office at 584-7500 or e-mail Miles @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday Math Tutoring, for students in grades 3, middle school, and high school begins in January 2017. Register now! More information and online registration >>
Learn how Tucson Unified will communicate with you in the case of a school emergency. Take a look at our school emergency information page >>
Tucson Unified School District Technology Services Department will offer limited support for the Synergy Information System over the course of the winter break. See the Synergy Winter Break Support page for more information.
We're excited to announce that our new student information system includes an app to allow parents to access their children's school information on iPhone or Android device. You can get your ParentVUE activation information by dropping by your school's front office or at your students' back-to-school events. When you create your account, you will be able to see attendance and course history for all of your children, as well as teacher assignments and grades. We hope that you are as excited as we are about Synergy ParentVUE! Learn more >>
Login to Synergy ParentVUE at parent.tusd1.org to access your child's information.
Check your meal accounts online!
Online Free & Reduced Meal Applications are also available.
Last spring, students in third grade through high school took AzMERIT, the statewide assessment in English language arts and math. Before the start of the new school year, parents will receive a comprehensive family score report with detailed information about how your child performed on both the English language arts and math portions of the AzMERIT test. Learn more >>
Attention juniors and parents of juniors: In 2015, the Arizona legislature passed the American Civics Act (House Bill 2064) requiring the graduating class of 2017 to pass a civics test based on the United States Immigration and Naturalization civics questions. Students will be required to score 60% or higher in order to graduate from high school or obtain a high school equivalency certificates. Students may retake the test as many times as necessary to pass. Students receiving special education services are exempt from obtaining a passing score unless required by an IEP.
To prepare for this test, please this Study Guide for Arizona Civics Test.
For more information, see this Presentation (in PDF).
Are you interested in learning the percentage of students that have been immunized in our schools?
Arizona Department of Health Services provides immunization data for all Arizona schools, including TUSD schools. This data is obtained through the annual Immunization Data Report, a self-report survey that each school is required to complete and submit to the Arizona Department of Health Services Immunization Office by November 15th each year per Arizona Administrative Code R9-6-707. It assesses the coverage and exemption data for child care/preschool, kindergarten and 6th grade.
Through this information, parents and guardians can see what percentage of students have received immunizations at their children's schools.
Check out ourcurriculum materials!
Curriculum Shift to AzMERIT (in PDF) - Professional development contribution by Curriculum Facilitator Lorinda Pierce.
Expect More Arizona - Top Frequently Asked Questions - Assessments
The School Community Partnership Council (SCPC) is volunteer group of parents and staff from TUSD schools. The purpose of SCPC is to facilitate communication between each school community, the District, and the Governing Board. SCPC welcomes your involvement! All meetings are open to the public. Childcare and interpretation services are provided at all meetings.
Tucson families are invited to register their children now for this unique childcare opportunity with Southern Arizona's largest school district. High quality affordable childcare and expert instruction in early learning are now available to Tucson families through TUSD's Infant & Early Learning Centers. For more information, see the Infant & Early Learning Centers web pages.
If you have children who will be attending college next year, be sure to check the Scholarship page to find some of the latest scholarship opportunities for students. This page is updated regularly, so please visit it often!
If you have a concern regarding sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual assault at TUSD or any TUSD school, please report your concern through the Sex Discrimination/ Sexual Harassment/ Sexual Assault Reporting Form. When submitted, this form will be emailed to the Title IX coordinator in the Student Equity Department for further action. You can reach the Title IX coordinator at (520) 225-4316.