At TUSD, our schools and programs offer a wide range of educational opportunities and community services.
We want your feedback and ideas!
Now you have the chance to watch full recordings of the speakers and answer the same questions the participants were asked at the session. The topics are curriculum and instruction, communication, facilities, finance and diversity.
Steering committees will use your feedback to develop goals. TUSD will also hold public meetings to gather more input as ideas are refined. Please check back for the schedule of these public meetings.
Please contribute your ideas during this first stage of the process. This feedback form will be open until 4 p.m., March 14.
We're excited to announce the Infant & Early Learning Centers for children ages 5 weeks to preschool-aged. While we have a priority enrollment process for employees of TUSD, we also accept children from the public. If you are interested, please complete the interest form in order to receive a registration packet. For more information, see the Infant & Early Learning Center web pages.
If you have children who will be attending college next year, be sure to check the Scholarship page to find some of the latest scholarship opportunities for students. This page is updated regularly, so please visit it often!
TUSD's open enrollment and magnet schools provide you with options!
You can apply to have your child attend any district school through open enrollment. As long as there is room, your child will be accepted.
Our magnet schools offer programs and classes in specific areas, such as fine and performing arts, science, math, technology, and more!
Free Saturday Math Help is available! Sponsored by Mexican American Student Services, this math support is offered to all TUSD students in grades 5-12.
Parents, please request math packets or homework from your child's teacher. Please be sure that all students arrive ready to work.
Students are asked to bring math assignments and must bring math work with them each Saturday.