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Students Use Poetry to Connect With Adults With Alzheimers

Sunnyside High School LogoA group of twelve Sunnyside High School students held an Alzheimer's Poetry Project event on Wednesday, January 29, when they recited poetry and wrote a group poem together with twenty elders with Alzheimer's at Handmaker elder care facility.  More »

Sunnyside Students Collaborate With Wildcat Writer

Sunnyside WritersUA newspaper, the Daily Wildcat, highlighted a unique collaboration between University English students and our high school writers. Sunnyside teacher Kurt Fisher's Sunnyside class is featured in the February 3, 2014 posting.

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Parent Committee for Native American Education

Craycroft HawksSunnyside's commitment to our Native American families is building strong collaboration with parents through the Parent Committee for Native American Education.  More »

Craycroft Students Live the Dream

Craycroft HawksCraycroft Elementary School students enjoyed learning about Dr. Martin Luther King and sharing their thoughts through writing and pictures.

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The Loud Roar

Desert ViewThe Desert View High School Athletic Department will be hosting The Roar Loud tournament in honor of our athletes, their families and coaches.  More »

Summit View Robotic Club Leads Tucson Area Schools

Desert ViewThe Summit View Robotic Club competed at Walden Grove High School in Sahuarita on January 11. They were the only elementary school who competed and were featured as pioneers for Tucson area schools.  More »

Desert View Athlete Recognized by National Football Foundation

Desert ViewDesert View student athlete Juan Luis Zozaya-Tellez has been recognized by the Southern  Arizona Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as a 2014 Scholar-Athlete Award Recipient. Mr.  More »

Sierra Science Fair Students are Winners

Sierra RamA spectacular Science Fair was presented for Sierra students, teachers, parents and our community on Wednesday, January 29th. Many impressive displays of student work were presented and several winners announced.  More »

Desert View Student Ambassador Selected

Metropolitan Education CommissionDesert View High School student ambassador Vinessa Vidotto and counselor Kelly Cobos have been recognized for their outstanding work with the Metropolitan Education Commission's Regional College Access Center.  More »

Lauffer Students Present Award Winning City Model

Future City LogoOn Saturday, January 25th, twenty-four Lauffer Middle School students participated in the Arizona Future City competition at the Phoenix Convention Center. Students presented their Future City 3-D models to a panel of judges and live audience.  More »


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SUSD's One-to-One Computing

...is Tech-savvy.


...has Career Academies.


...believes in Marketing and Open Enrollment.


...has doubled college enrollment numbers. Our graduates are college and career ready.


...expects students to graduate. We have doubled graduation numbers over the past six years.


...is Online Learning. With anywhere anytime learning, SOSA and GradLink2.


...is Innovation. We don’t have textbooks, we LOG ON to learn.


...doesn’t just bridge the digital divide. We are eliminating it with One-to-One Laptops.


...inspires students. We are preparing students for the 21st Century and the world.


...is where Champions are Made. Sunnyside Little League World Series Champions and Sunnyside Wrestling Arizona State Division One Champions.


...starts working towards graduation before kindergarten. Award winning Ocotillo Early Learning Center.


...is nationally recognized as being an innovator with technology, and inspired the U.S. Secretary of Education to come see why.