A 71-year-old security guard at Cienega High School was arrested for having “an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old student,” a sheriff’s spokesman said Thursday.
A magnet plan recently passed by TUSD’s Governing Board has been rejected by the desegregation expert put in place to oversee district efforts to bring racial balance to its schools.
The possibility of moving University High School to its own campus is no longer on the table, leaving the award-winning school to continue its partnership with Rincon High for now.
Hikers, bird-watchers, picnickers — heck, just about everybody who loves the outdoors — cheered the reopening Thursday of Sabino Canyon and Saguaro National Park near Tucson.
The Sunnyside Unified School District hired Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo’s brother-in-law as an on-campus school monitor despite knowing he had a felony drug conviction.
Roots reach deep at Walter Douglas Elementary School.
Tucson's largest school district has a new superintendent.
TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone was awarded a $16,000 bonus, which he plans to donate to the Educational Enrichment Foundation, an organization that supports TUSD students and teachers.
TUSD's newly appointed superintendent may spur a tug-of-war between Tucson and Texas.
Tucson Unified School District's governing board voted 4-1 to name H.T. Sanchez as superintendent, with his contract and pay yet to be negotiated.
H.T. Sanchez views himself as a simple guy who prefers a T-shirt, jeans and cowboy boots to the suit and tie he's had to wear each day as interim superintendent of the Ector County Independent School District.
Board President Adelita Grijalva listens as fellow board member Cam Juarez makes a statement before voting on the appointment of H.T. Sanchez as superintendent.
The Arizona Daily Star has sued TUSD to compel the district to release the names of finalists in its search for a new superintendent.
is a father of two children, ages 4 and 6.
H.T. Sanchez was an assistant superintendent in the Ector County Independent School District in 2011 and was named the interim superintendent in March on a 4-3 vote by the school board.
When describing his approach to leadership, the man poised to take the helm at Tucson's largest school district preaches a simple message of unity, open communication with employees and using past mistakes to grow as a person and a leader.
Stan Paz, June 10, 2003, was TUSD superintendent from 2000 to 2004.
“If this is where I’m needed, this is where I’ll be,” says H.T. Sanchez, the Texas native who hopes to take the top post at Tucson Unified School District.