Tucson Unified School District

Everyday Hero: Ray Parkman

Meet Ray Parkman, Health Assistant at Borton Elementary Magnet School! Ray builds Lego designs in his free time and displays them around the health office as a way to connect with students. Thank you, Ray, for all you do to bring joy to the Borton and TUSD communities!
Top News
Bond Proposal Public Review
Tucson Unified School District is proposing a $480 million bond to update and renovate aging schools, add security and safety systems, and provide technology to every student. Ninety percent of the bonds will be used to improve neighborhood schools by replacing deteriorated roofs and aging air conditioning units, providing security fencing and access control, renovating fine arts spaces, and modernizing science labs and career training spaces, among other things. The bonds will not be used for salaries or benefits. Please review the Bond Proposal Information, Facility project by School, and complete the comment form by June 13, 2023, at noon.
Code of Conduct Public Review
The Code of ConductThe Code of Conduct is in its final stages of the revision process. Please take a moment to review the Performance Impact Analysis (PIA) and the redline revisions to the current Code of Conduct. Please provide feedback by June 13.
Summer Food Program for Children
TUSD's Food Services Department is providing FREE breakfast and lunch during the summer break to children 18 and under! Learn more about locations and times for these free meals.
June Job Fair
Save the date! Join us on Friday, June 23 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm at the Tucson Convention Center Exhibition Hall C for our job fair, with interviews and hiring on the spot. Learn more and apply online NOW!