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News and Events

There is always so much going on in a teen’s life and schedule, you may feel like you’re constantly trying to catch up. We’ve tried to make it as easy as possible to stay up-to-date with school happenings. Check back here frequently, because things are always changing!

School Closures

On Monday, March 30, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman extended the closure of all Arizona schools through the remainder of the school year. This extension includes all schools in the Tolleson Union High School District (TUHSD). TUHSD is also suspending all school activities, practices, and competitions through the remainder of the school year. Please read the entire overning board resolution for COVID-19 below.

Updated Meal Service Information

We are providing updated information on meal service during the closure. On Wednesday, March 25, Tolleson Union High School District students can pick up a meal pack at the high school where they are currently enrolled. We will distribute meal packs from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Beginning Monday, March 30, Tolleson Union High School District students can receive a five-day meal pack for the week. Monday meal packs will include breakfast and lunch for five days for Tolleson Union High School District students. We will distribute meals from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. each Monday.

Tolleson Union High School District students must be present in order to receive the five-day meal pack.

Online Learning

It is critical that Tolleson Union High School District students remain academically engaged during our school closure. Therefore, we will be offering online instruction from all certified staff to all TUHSD students. Both teachers and students will continue their classes by logging into Edgenuity or related course platforms for unique courses during their regularly scheduled classes in accordance with their school’s schedule.

Starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, staff and student courses will fully resume online following the daily school schedule with their students.


  • Students follow their daily schedule by logging into their on-line classes at the exact same time they would
  • report to each and every class during the closure.
  • Students access Edgenuity from the District homepage using their username and password.
  • Students complete and upload work and access class progress in Edgenuity.
  • Students see their assignments and current course grades via StudentVUE.


  • Check TUHSD website for updates during the school closure.
  • Provide feedback to staff as needed during the closure.
  • Check on student progress in Synergy using ParentVUE and support students in Edgenuity.
Classes on Edgenuity

If you are new to using Edgenuity, please access a tutorial on on YouTube on how to use Edgenuity. If you have questions, please use your email to reach out to your teacher.

Coronavirus Update

Many of you have seen reports on the news about the coronavirus.

TUHSD is monitoring information from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. The County Health Department has issued a letter for parents/guardians

Here is what TUHSD is doing to be proactive:

  • Educating staff, students, and parents on preventative best-practice behaviors to help reduce the spread of communicable diseases.
  • Following recommendations as described in the County Health Department letter.
  • Communicating information from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health as it becomes available.

TUHSD is doing its part to communicate with parents regarding any information we receive from the county. We encourage you to read Superintendent Gutierrez's letter in its entirety.

TUHSD está haciendo su parte en comunicarle a los padres sobre cualquier información que recibamos del Condado. Por favor lea y preste atención a los pasos que se indican en la carta del Departamento del Condado de Salud de Maricopa