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Re-Entry Plans

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in Tucson Unified

District-Level Re-Entry Plans

Physical Education Re-Entry Protocols

This document covers:  General Class Protocol, Locker Rooms, Equipment, Weight Rooms, Class Spaces, Student Personal Belongings

For more details, read the Physical Education PDF presented to the Governing Board on March 9, 2021.

Fine Arts Re-Entry Guide


A Safe Return To The Arts Classroom

Read the Fine Arts guidelines presented to the Governing Board on March 9, 2021.

A-Z Listing of School Plans

Re-Entry Presentations

Want to learn more?

Take a look at the Re-Entry Presentations

Announcements for 2020-2021

  • Mask Requirements to Remain
    The Tucson Unified School District will not be changing its requirement for Face Masks/ Face coverings at our schools and on our properties.  This is in response to Governor Ducey’s rescinding of a section of Executive Order 2020-51, issued by the Governor in July directing schools to require face masks, and Emergency Measure 2020-04, issued by the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) outlining requirements for mask usage in schools.
  • School Options for Simultaneous teaching
    All Schools Grades K-5 and 

    CE Rose, Drachman, and McCorkle Grades 6-8

  • School Supplies Available for Students
    If your child needs a backpack or school supplies please contact your nearest Family Resource Center, Duffy Clothing Bank, or your school office for support.  You can also call 520-584-7455 or 520-232-7055 for assistance.

Tips for the School Year!

Remote Learning: Logins, Apps, Laptops, and More!

How do students log into Clever? (Video Instructions)

Video a Clever en español

Clever logo

  1. Go to
  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

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

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, clicking Sign in (top right), and then doing the following:
  1. Enter < > (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 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:

How do students log in to StudentVUE (Synergy)?

Go to

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)

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

Students can also find their matric/Student ID in StudentVUE,

Non-TUSD Devices on Campus: Log On to TUSD-WiFi

Students who bring their own non-TUSD devices from home when they return to their school for in-person learning need to connect to the TUSD-WiFi network. Or if unable to connect to TUSD-WiFi network, they can try connecting to the TUSD-Guest network. Please see the illustrated instructions below:

How to Connect a Non-TUSD Device to the District WiFi on Campus
Translations: Arabic | Kirundi | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

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.

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