It's time for you and your family to review your healthcare plan choices and make your annual enrollment decisions for your 2016-2017 benefits. Open enrollment is July 4 through August 5.This is an active enrollment, which means that all employees must take action to have any coverage after August 31, 2016. Use Employee Self-Service to enter your enrollment.
There are many opportunities to learn more about the robust plans and the 2016-2017 changes through the material presented on our benefits open enrollment page. Should you have questions or need more detailed explanations, please feel free to contact the Benefits team at 520-225-6144 or by email to email@example.com.
Where: Rincon High school Auditorium
When: 2:30-6:30 p.m., August 2
At the health fair, you can learn more about benefits plans and the Wellness Incentive Program!
Beginning July 1, 2016, the majority of Tucson Unified School District employees will see an increase in their salary after the Governing Board voted Tuesday, June 28, 2016, to provide another raise. It's the second raise for the 2016-17 school year that has yet to begin. More information >>
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Contract FAQ (in PDF)
To review and accept your contract:
Please note that per Arizona Revised Statute, employees covered under the TEA Consensus have 15 work days to accept a contract. If you do not accept your contract within that time frame, TUSD's offer of employment to you is revoked, thereby ending your employment with TUSD. You would need to apply for any vacancy as an external candidate in order to return to work at TUSD.If you have any questions, please call your HR Associate or HR Customer Service at 225-6035.
If you have questions about the contracts for the 2016-2017 school year, please see this FAQ (in PDF).
Tucson Unified School District will pay a Dual-Language Recruitment and Retention Incentive Stipend of $2500 that will be available to new-to-the-District incoming certified teachers and to certified teachers who currently work for the District that meet specific criteria. Learn more >>
The Work Calendar includes start and end dates for classified, certified, food service, transportation, and school safety employees.
Attention juniors and parents of juniors: In 2015, the Arizona legislature passed the American Civics Act (House Bill 2064) requiring the graduating class of 2017 to pass a civics test based on the United States Immigration and Naturalization civics questions. Students will be required to score 60% or higher in order to graduate from high school or obtain a high school equivalency certificates. Students may retake the test as many times as necessary to pass. Students receiving special education services are exempt from obtaining a passing score unless required by an IEP.
To prepare for this test, please this Study Guide for Arizona Civics Test.
For more information, see this Presentation (in PDF).
Are you looking for a new or different position with Tucson Unified? Check out the job site!
The "Employment" button in the top navigation bar of the TUSD website now leads to this new website. If you are looking for the Human Resources materials and information that were accessed through that button, please use the Directory to navigate to Human Resources, or click here.
Through TUSD's new ERP, employees can access and update much of their information! Take a look at the training materials to find out how to get started with Self-Service! Employee Self-Service Training Materials >>
TUSD has introducing a new time keeping system to help ensure that all hourly staff are compensated for the time they work. Hourly employees will clock in and out to record their work time by swiping their photo ID badg es at an electronic time clock terminal or by signing into a timekeeping web application from any networked computer in the district.
Learn more about this new system through the Time Clock Information and Training web pages >>
If you have a concern regarding sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual assault, 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.
It's just about time for spring assessments! Take a look at the AZMerits Information page for important information that you can share with parents and guardians about this system.
Participating in the TUSD Wellness Incentive Program will qualify you for rewards and premium rebates the following plan year, plus assure that you are taking positive steps towards preventing disease and living healthier. More info >>
Check out the curriculum materials!
Tucson Unified's Infant & Early Learning Centers for children ages 6 weeks to preschool-aged provides affordable, quality care and programs for your young children. Register now to take advantage of this excellent and affordable program. For more information, see the Infant & Early Learning Center web pages.