U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will make stops at Tucson's two largest school districts next week as part of the Strong Start, Bright Future back-to-school bus tour.
When I wrote Sunday about the Sunnyside Unified School District recall campaigns turning petty, I didn’t know they were going to reach this cowardly low.
The words tumbled out of her mouth with rhythm. She knew every word. She savored them as if enjoying a rich, delicious cheesecake, her favorite dessert.
Sunnyside High senior Cassandra Valadez, left, shares a breathing exercise with one of her coaches, Hilary Gan of the University of Arizona Poetry Center. Valadez was in training recently for the national Poetry Out Loud competition.
Sunnyside High School senior Cassandra Valadez
Tucson students named Flinn Scholars
Alexandria Reyes, 14-1 this season for Sunnyside, is headed for Lyons College in Batesville, Ark., after this year.
When Alexandria Reyes walks to the circle, her mind is clear.
Eight Pima County JTED students won scholarships at the Careers Through Culinary Arts Program final competition.
Sunnyside High School grad Estela Piñon scattered five hits and struck out five to lead the Arizona Wildcats to a 10-2 five-innning victory over Penn State on Friday at the Judi Garman Classic in Fullerton, Calif.
The Sunnyside Unified School District governing board voted Tuesday night to cut 18 teachers and shut down its Family Resource and Wellness Center.
Changing-room photo leads to man's arrest
Two Sunnyside High School students were arrested in connection with threats made toward their school on Twitter, Tucson police said.
Dominic Martinez is feeling big-time this week, and it's easy to see why. Sunnyside's senior running back/linebacker arrived in San Antonio on Tuesday for the Football University International Bowl, which will be held Saturday night at the Alamodome.
Tucson quarterback Cam Volk will lead the Badgers into a key home game against Sunnyside on Friday night.
If Sunnyside and Tucson High plan to be playing football in November, both need a win this Friday.
Former Tucson Streets Administrator Kurt Hough and four other Transportation Department employees were fired or resigned today after an 11-month investigation city officials say shows they used thousands of dollars of city materials and equipment for their own outside projects.
An arson damaged a modular building at Sunnyside High School Tuesday morning.