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  • TUHSD | December Message from Superintendent Mendivil

    December 5, 2022 – Happy Holidays TUHSD Family! As we end the first semester of school for 2022, I am very pleased and encouraged to see the efforts by our students and teachers to keep a momentum of focus.

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  • TUHSD | 2022 Election Results

    November 21, 2022 – On Nov. 8, 2022, voters in the Tempe Union High School District re-elected Governing Board Member Andres Barraza and also elected Amanda Steele.

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  • TUHSD | November Message from Superintendent Mendivil

    November is here and the second quarter of learning and activities for our students is very much alive and well. November is also a time for ...

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  • TUHSD | October Message from Superintendent Mendivil

    October is here and it is actually starting to feel like fall ... We ended the first quarter successfully and today was the first day back for students after the fall break.

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  • TUHSD | September Message from Superintendent Mendivil

    September is here at our doorsteps already and I am pleased that we began the 2022-2023 school year strong. I continue to be ...

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  • DV | Desert Vista Selects Walter Bonner to Lead Boys' Basketball Program

    Desert Vista High School has recommended Walter Bonner as their next Boys’ Head Basketball Coach. The recommendation is ...

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  • TUHSD | Welcome Back from Dr. Mendivil

    We look forward to welcoming students back to our schools this Thursday, August 4. Throughout the District, the work your school and district administrators have undertaken this summer ...

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  • SEA | Summer Education Academy Graduation - Location Change

    June 28, 2022 – SEA Graduation for tomorrow, Wednesday, June 29, 2022 will be moved to Marcos De Niza High School Auditorium ...

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  • TUHSD | Class of 2022 Graduation

    April 18, 2022 - Join us in celebrating our Seniors, as each school will be hosting graduation on Thursday, May 19, 2022, at 7 PM.

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  • TUHSD | Face Masks Now Optional Indoors

    February 17, 2022- As a result of our metrics being in a favorable position and in consultation with our TUHSD Governing Board, beginning Tuesday, February 22, 2022, face masks will be optional indoors on all TUHSD campuses.

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  • TUHSD | Superintendent Update - Week 2

    January 14, 2022 – Dear TUHSD Families, As we end the second week of the semester, I want to provide you with an update on our COVID-19 metrics and emergency learning contingency planning.

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  • TUHSD | Second Semester & Safety

    January 3, 2022 – Dear TUHSD Families, I hope you and your student(s) had a good winter break, with opportunities to rest and renew. We look forward to a positive and successful second semester for all.

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  • TUHSD | Second Semester & Masks

    December 16, 2021 - As we begin the second semester of the school year, Tempe Union High School District will continue to require face coverings indoors at all of our school sites as well as the District Office.

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  • TUHSD Safety & Social Media Update

    December 16, 2021 – It has come to our attention that there is a TikTok ‘challenge’ circulating on social media regarding potential threats to schools that are allegedly scheduled for Friday, December 17, 2021. These posts appear to be generic and do not specifically reference any of our TUHSD schools.

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  • TUHSD Students Honored at the 2021 Tempe Festival of the Arts Competition!

    December 10, 2021- Congratulations to the following TUHSD art students from Desert Vista, Marcos de Niza, and McClintock High School who were selected as winners in the Tempe Festival of the Arts competition! Student work was displayed over the weekend during the festival in the Young Artist Exhibit.

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  • Tempe High Orchestra Holds Concert with MusicNova Orchestra Professionals!

    December 9, 2021- Tempe High’s orchestra hosted their winter concert last week, where the Buffaloes were able to perform with professionals from the MusicNova Orchestra! Tempe High is honored to have a partnership with MusicNova Orchestra, where professionals mentor and teach the Buffalo students and provide them the opportunity to perform like a professional.

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  • 2021 On Par for a Purpose Golf Tournament!

    November 9, 2021- Join us for the Tempe Union High Schools Education Foundation (TUHSEF) On Par for a Purpose Golf Tournament on November 18, 2021. The event will take place at the Arizona Grand Golf Course, with the shotgun start at 8:00 am!

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  • TUHSD | Social Media Challenges

    October 11, 2021 – As you may already be aware, there are a variety of social media challenges that have been circulating online. These challenges are primarily posted on TikTok, and encourage students to film themselves damaging school property, or physically attacking teachers, among other actions.

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  • TUHSD | Update on Face Coverings

    Sept. 27, 2021 – Please be advised that Tempe Union High School District will continue to require face coverings indoors at all of our school sites as well as the District Office.

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  • Congratulations to our TUHSD 2022 National Merit Semifinalists!

    September 29, 2021- Congratulations to our 2022 National Merit Semifinalists! This year 19 Tempe Union students from Corona del Sol, Desert Vista, McClintock, and Mountain Pointe high schools are in the running for the National Merit Scholarship program. Students are selected for this program based on their PSAT scores, which are amongst the top in the state of Arizona.

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