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Child Abuse PreventionApril is Child Abuse Prevention Month. This is a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse.  More »

Sunnyside is Awarded Fire Safety Grant

SunnysideThanks to some connections gained through years of service with Tucson Fire and quick response to grant opportunity, our Fire Safety crew will be busy installing state-of-the-art “Safe-T- Elements” and “Safe-T- Sensors” for our schools’ microwave ovens and ranges.  More »

Tucson Festival of Books

BookFestivalLogoGoing to the Tucson Festival of Books again this year? Make sure to stop in to see Sunnyside’s own Amber Molera (Sierra 6th Grade ELA teacher) and Frank McCormick (District Technology Coach) who have been asked to present as part of the  More »

Sunnyside Softball Champion Named AMC Pitcher of the Week

SciTechFestivalLexi Reyes, Sunnyside High School Class of 2013, was named AMC Pitcher of Week by Lyon College, Columbia MO, where she is a freshman in college this year.


Arizona SciTech Festival Opportunities

SciTechFestivalThere are two unique opportunities for students via the Arizona SciTech Festival to share.
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Sunnyside Students get Live Introduction to International Business

Center for Civic Education

The students in the Academy of International Business, Publications and Information Technology at Sunnyside High School learn about international business through presentations such as the one in Ms.  More »

Sunnyside DECA Goes to the Big Apple

Center for Civic Education

Sunnyside DECA traveled to NY over Rodeo Break.  They spent 5 days sightseeing and experiencing NY’s day to day hustle and bustle.  It was a very rewarding experience for all the students and extremely educational.  For more info  More »

Elvira Goes to the Capitol

ChallengerOn Thursday of Rodeo Break, teachers Kelley Brooks and Kerri Ravenscroft and Principal Andy Townsend chaperoned a group of Elvira 5th-grade students to the AZ State Capitol in Phoenix.  The students earned the chance to participate on the merits of an essa  More »

Desert View Precision Machining Students Featured in Newspaper Article

ChallengerRecently, about 160 Desert View students toured local aerospace manufacturing companies.  The tours were in groups of about 15 students and on one tour, they were accompanied by the AZ Daily Star Business reporter and another group was accompanied  More »

Challenger Students Featured in Arizona Daily Star

ChallengerChallenger teacher Leslie Janes Moll’s 8th grade Social Studies class had an opportunity to visit the Jewish History Museum downtown in January, whose comments were captured by an Arizona Daily Star news reporter.  More »

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SUSD's One-to-One Computing 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. Online Learning. With anywhere anytime learning, SOSA and GradLink2. 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. 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. nationally recognized as being an innovator with technology, and inspired the U.S. Secretary of Education to come see why.