Tucson area kids can eat free this summer through the 2016 Summer Meals Program, coordinated by Tucson Unified Food Services. The summer meal program is free for children 18 and under. Adults accompanying children can eat breakfast for $2 and lunch for $3.
During the summer of 2016, the meal program will run May 31 through July 15. The program will not serve meals on July 4, 2016.
See the Summer 2016 Schedule (in PDF) for locations and times. For more information, call the individual site office or the Food Services office at 225-4700. To find out if there is a Summer Food Service Program site near you, please call the 24-hour, bilingual Helpline at: 1-800-352-3792.
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.
Our Early Learning Centers are now open! 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 new Infant & Early Learning Centers. For more information, see the Infant & Early Learning Centers web pages.
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.