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Transportation Services Request Form
Help us plan your student's transportation needs for the 2018/2019 school year. Your input will help improve bus routes. The safety of your student is our top priority; we want to...
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Roberto Martinez to lead Mariachi Los Diablitos
The Sunnyside Unified School District is proud to announce the return of Maestro Roberto Martinez as the new director of Mariachi Los Diablitos de Sunnyside. A graduate of Sunnyside High School...
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Gallego Enrollment Application for 2018-2019 School Year
Thank you for your interest in Gallego K-8 Fine Arts Magnet School. At this time we are accepting applications for all grades for the 2018-2019 school year. The number of open spots...
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Bond Advisory Committee Seeks Applicants
The Sunnyside Unified School District is seeking to fill three (3) member positions on the Bond Advisory Committee.    To fulfill its commitment to the community, the Governing...
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AzMerit Scorecard: See how we compare
The results from Sunnyside’s 2017 AzMERIT scorecard show significant growth in the District’s aggregate math scores. Sunnyside was the only district in Southern Arizona that posted significant...
Help us plan your student's transportation needs for the 2018/2019 school year. Your input will help improve bus routes. The safety of your student is our top priority; we want to make sure that your student's transportation experience is safe and timely. As we build out our school bus routes for the 2018-2019 school year. We are asking parents who have not yet returned the printed Registration Form for Transportation Services to please fill out the following electronic version. Registering your child for school transportation will allow the automated routing systems to be used to determine how many students need to be transported from each pickup location to each school. To ensure that our transportation service is used most effectively, we have implemented the following rules: District transportation services are not available to Open Enrollment students. It will be necessary for families of students under open enrollment to provide their own transportation. This includes students who are enrolled in a school that is not their school of residence. Walking to School: Students who live within the approved radius walking distance to their school will not be provided transportation. Exceptions to this rule will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Approved distances by grade level: Elementary schools: One Mile Middle schools: One Mile High schools: One and a half miles Exceptions: Students enrolled in magnet schools will receive transportation services. Students in Special Education will receive transportation services as outlined in their Individual Education Plan (IEP). McKinney-Vento Students Parents of students who were afforded school transportation under the McKinney-Vento Law will have to contact the McKinney-Vento office at (520) 545-2158 or (520) 545-3460 for school transportation eligibility.  For more information regarding the McKinney-Vento Law please click here.  Foster Students It will be necessary for the DCS Case Worker to contact the school district's Foster Liaison at (520) 545-2158 or aracelim@susd12.org, for school transportation eligibility for a student not residing within the Sunnyside USD boundary or school of origin boundary.   Please use the below form to register your child for transportation services. Confirmation letters will be sent to registered students during the summer, indicating the bus number, bus route and time the bus will arrive at the bus stop. We look forward to serving our students and families in the 2018-2019 school year. Sincerely, Carlos Valdez Director of Transportation and Maintenance
The Sunnyside Unified School District is proud to announce the return of Maestro Roberto Martinez as the new director of Mariachi Los Diablitos de Sunnyside. A graduate of Sunnyside High School, Roberto will roam the halls once again as he begin his contract on July 1, 2018.  Martinez, a Tucson native and renowned master of the vihuela, most recently served as music instructor at the Calmeca Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language in Chicago and as director of Mariachi curriculum at the Mariachi Heritage Foundation. Like many notable Mariachi performers of the American Southwest, Roberto Martinez traces his roots to Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson and is perhaps best known for his 33 year residency with Mariachi Cobre at Walt Disney World.  Roberto, a graduate of the University of Arizona "is an icon in the Mariachi world,” said Sunnyside Superintendent, Steve Holmes in a recent interview with the Arizona Daily Star's Neto Portillo, Jr. The story, which was published in this morning's Sunday newspaper quickly made the rounds. By midday, the news had made its way back to the Midwest. "My phone has been chiming with 'welcome back home' and other congratulatory wishes. It is an exciting time for all of us," said Martinez over e-mail.  Martinez takes over the program after the sudden passing of Refugio "Cuco" Del Cid, whose memory will be honored on Monday, May 14th at 6:00 p.m. as Sunnyside High School formally dedicates the "Cuco" Del Cid Auditorium.  Can't wait for Roberto to strike up the compás? Click here to watch Martinez and his vihuela perform a beautiful solo rendition of Rubén Fuentes' La Bikina. 
Thank you for your interest in Gallego K-8 Fine Arts Magnet School. At this time we are accepting applications for all grades for the 2018-2019 school year. The number of open spots are limited and enrollment cannot be guaranteed. This form will submit your application information for placement on the grade level lottery based waiting list. Notifications will be mailed to your home address in April of 2018. This is an application for possible enrollment, it does not guarantee enrollment for Gallego Fine Arts K-8 Magnet School. Please Note: If you are enrolling multiple students, please submit a separate form for each student. For additional information or questions, please contact LeeAnn Palomarez at 545-2063 or leeannp@susd12.org. Current Gallego Students do not need to re-apply. Gracias por su interés en Gallego K-8 Fine Arts Magnet School. En este momento estamos aceptando solicitudes para todos los grados para el año escolar 2018-2019. La cantidad de espacios abiertos es limitada y no se puede garantizar la inscripción. Este formulario enviará la información de su solicitud para su colocación en la lista de espera basada en la lotería de nivel de grado. Las notificaciones se enviarán por correo a su domicilio en abril de 2018. Esta es una solicitud de posible inscripción, no garantiza la inscripción en la escuela Gallego Fine Arts K-8 Magnet School. Nota: si está inscribiendo a varios estudiantes, envíe un formulario por separado para cada estudiante. Para información adicional o preguntas, comuníquese con LeeAnn Palomarez al 545-2063 o leeannp@susd12.org. Estudiantes actuales de Gallego no necesitan volver a llenar la solicitud.
The Sunnyside Unified School District is seeking to fill three (3) member positions on the Bond Advisory Committee.    To fulfill its commitment to the community, the Governing Board of the Sunnyside Unified School District has establised a Bond Advisory Committee. The purpose of the committee is to oversee the expenditure of $88 million in bonds over the next several years as approved by voters in November 2011. The Bond Advisory Committee would make recommendations to the Governing Board.   How does the Bond Advisory Committee Work? Each of the five Governing Board members appoint one person to the nine-member Bond Advisory Committee, four are selected by the Board from community members who apply. To apply to serve on the Bond Advisory Committee, you must be at least 18 years old and live within the Sunnyside District and be a registered voter. Applicants are asked to serve on the committee for a two-year term, and to commit to regular attendance at meetings. Employees of the Sunnyside District or any vendor, contractor or consultant of the District may not serve on the Bond Advisory Committee. How to Apply? Applications will be accepted until June 22, 2018. To apply, please print and fill out the application form. You may also request an application be mailed to you by calling 545-2154 or pick one up at 2238 E. Ginter Road.
The results from Sunnyside’s 2017 AzMERIT scorecard show significant growth in the District’s aggregate math scores. Sunnyside was the only district in Southern Arizona that posted significant increases in math scores from 2016 to 2017 (+7%); and double digit increases from 2015 to 2017 (11%) when compared to TUSD, Amphi, Flowing Wells and Vail. Last year, Sunnyside implemented new math curriculum throughout the district; the bump in test results suggest the District is starting to see early signs of the curriculum taking effect. Whereas other area school districts are showing single digit gains throughout the last three testing years, Sunnyside’s scores suggest that not only the District is experiencing improvement, but that improvement is coming at a rate faster than its peer districts despite flat aggregate English Language Arts (ELA) growth between last year and this year. Want to see how your child's school compares against others in the Tucson area? Click here to launch our AzMERIT Scorecard.