Bloom Teachers are excited to start the new year
Our Daily 5 reading approach helps children develop reading stamina.
Our Playground features new equipment.
Bloom Elementary has doors that open to learning.
Our students love their Kind mural and practice being kind every day.
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Announcements & Upcoming Events

  • School Site Council Meeting - Monday, December 17th @ 3 PM in the LibrarySchool Site Council Meeting - Monday, December 17th @ 3 PM in the Library
  • Winter Performance (OMA) - December 18 @ 6 PMWinter Performance (OMA) - December 18 @ 6 PM
    The Winter Performance (OMA) is December 18 @ 6 PM.  Location TBA.
  • Grading Day - No School - December 21Grading Day - No School - December 21
  • Winter Break - No School - December 24th thru January 4thWinter Break - No School - December 24th thru January 4th
  • We're a We're a "B" school! Come Bloom with us!
  • Good News Club every WednesdayGood News Club every Wednesday

NEWS YOU CAN USE

  • HOT OFF THE PRESS NEWS!!!HOT OFF THE PRESS NEWS!!!
    Click to read the latest newsletter:  (coming soon) August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April or May
  • Unity Day (School Participation Picture)Unity Day (School Participation Picture)
    About Unity Day - Wednesday, October 24, 2018 (Picture)

    Together against bullying.  UNITED for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. We made it ORANGE and are making it end!  What are your true colors when it comes to showing that you believe that all youth should be safe from bullying?  Bloom came together in one giant ORANGE message of hope and support, we wore ORANGE to color our nation, and even the world, visibly showing that our society believes that no child should ever experience bullying.  Click here to see our picture!

  • Where is the classroom newsletter?  Is there a classroom supply list?Where is the classroom newsletter? Is there a classroom supply list?
    Click on the OUR STAFF tab above and find your child's grade level.  Once you find the grade level, you can find the teacher's e-mail, Meet the Teacher bio, newsletter, classroom supply list and much more!
  • Enroll with us!Enroll with us!
    Register now for Kindergarten - 5th grade program  or our amazing Two-Way Dual Language program!

    From now until July 20th, come to one of our eight (8) Satellite Enrollment Centers.  The one nearest THIS school is located at the Schumaker Early Learning Center at 2447 N. Maguire Avenue.  Direct Line:  520-731-5214 or you may visit our School Community Services' Office at 1010 E. 10th Street or call 520-225-6400 for information and directions on how to register your student before July 24th, 2018. 

     

  • ParentVUEParentVUE
    STOP filling out paper forms by hand.  Show ID at the FRONT DESK and sign up for ParentVUE today.  Pre-register your student now! *Health Office forms will be given on first day of school.

    Proof of Residency

    You must upload or provide one proof of residency to establish your residence in a designated attendance area, the district's boundaries or the state. You can submit originals or copies of any of the following documents that indicate your name and address:
    • Valid Arizona Driver's license
    • Arizona identification card
    • Valid Arizona motor vehicle registration
    • Property deed
    • Mortgage documents
    • Property tax bill
    • Rental agreement or lease (including Section 8 agreement)
    • Utility bill (water, electric, gas, cable, phone)
    • Bank or credit card statement
    • W-2 wage statement
    • Payroll stub
    • Certificate of tribal enrollment or other identification issued by a recognized Indian tribe
    • Other documentation from a state, tribal, or federal agency (Social Security Administration, Veterans' Administration, Arizona Department of Economic Security

  • Student Code of Conduct (Student Handbook)Student Code of Conduct (Student Handbook)
    Click here to read the Student Code of Conduct in English

    Click here to find and read the Student Code of Conduct in other languages

  • The Bloom Solar ProjectThe Bloom Solar Project
    What is the Solar Project?

    Do you want to see the map of the solar project?

  • After School Programs begin!
    Bloom has something for everyone!  Please stop by the office to join an after school program for your child.  We have Good News Club, Lego Lab, Technology Tuesday, Lead Guitar, Cross Country & Get Your Game On.  Classes fill up quickly but if your student didn't make it in this quarter, try again for next quarter or have your name added to the wait list.
  • Registration Information
    New Student Registration

    Please visit us  M-F 9 AM to 3 PM

  • 1st Day of School
    - August 2nd, 2018

What Makes Us Special

Bloom knows the importance of literacy and bi-literacy. We want our students to be successful in tomorrow’s job markets. Bilingual skills are highly valued in the workplace, and the key to being bilingual is starting early. Bloom now offers a Spanish immersion, Two-Way Dual Language kindergarten class. We offer two Spanish Immersion Kindergarten classes and two Spanish Immersion 1st grade classes this year.

Bloom Elementary has a strong focus on reading and writing through all subjects. The school uses the Daily 5 reading approach, which helps children develop reading stamina. The program allows for small-group instruction and individualized instruction.

Bloom uses the Engage NY/Eureka Math curriculum, which develops the habit of mind that mathematics is a tool to be used to solve many different types of problems. Bloom also works to help children build character, focusing on three areas: behavior, self-reflection and setting academic and personal goals.

TWBI

In August 2016, TUSD established its first Dual Language Immersion Program for the parents/families of the TUSD community. Bloom Elementary School was chosen as the eastside location and was designed to provide students with high levels of language proficiency, academic achievement, bi-literacy, and cross-­cultural understanding.

It uses Spanish and English as the languages of instruction for both Spanish-speaking students who need to develop English fluency, as well as English-speaking students who will acquire Spanish as a second language.

The first cohort of students started as Kindergartners in 2016-2017.  The program will continue to expand at this site until the students complete their 5th grade year and continue on the TWBI pathway through middle school and high school. At graduation, they will receive the Arizona Seal of Biliteracy.

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Address

8310 East Pima Street
Tucson, AZ 85715
(520) 731-3700

Bell Hours:  M, T, Th, F  7:45 AM to 1:55 PM  Wednesday 7:45 AM to 12:55 PM

2017-2018 Bloom Teacher of the Year

2016-2017 BLOOM TEACHER OF THE YEAR!

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