Monday, March 4, 2013 12:07 pm
The Marana Unified School District secondary music program and Mark Wood, recording artist, performer, producer, inventor, Emmy‐winning composer and music education advocate are pleased to present and perform an exciting and electrifying event on March 7 and March 8 at Mountain View High School auditorium, 3901 W. Linda Vista Blvd Tucson, AZ 85742.
Thornydale Elementary student Isaac Castillo recounts the spelling of a word after sitting down during the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week.
Marana Middle School eighth-grader Jeremy Parry spells the winning word, “gruesome” as Ironwood Elementary School sixth-grader Thomas Rood reacts after he misspelled “siege.” This is the second year in a row Parry has won the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee.
Caleb Burrows, who attends Roadrunner Elementary School, listens to a word being read during last week’s spelling bee that took place at Mountain View High School.
Thornydale Elementary student Isaiah Garcia plays with his name badge as other students take their turn spelling words during the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week.
Tortolita Middle School student Elizabeth McGee thinks about the spelling of a word during the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week.
Twenty-eight students take the stage at the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week. The 28 students are the best spellers out of more than 5,500 students who competed in school and classroom spelling bees over the past two months.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 11:19 am
The unofficial results for the Marana Unified School District show all three incumbents in the lead.
Tuesday, October 19, 2004 11:00 pm
Oct. 13, 2004 - Population growth throughout Pima County has
increased enrollment in the area's schools and put a strain on
available resources. Meanwhile, state budget limitations have kept
municipalities from providing necessary infrastructure to support
newly built schools, a Marana official said at a recent council
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 11:00 pm
More than 1,000 guests crowded into the Tucson Convention Center
last Friday where the annual State of the County event shared the
playbill with organic, locally produced salad greens topped with
regionally raised beef.
Sunday, January 5, 2003 12:00 am
Christmas Eve, the day Ramon Gonzales had waited for all year,
dawned clear as a bell in Marana after a week of dreary rain and
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 4:00 am
The Marana Unified School District has three of its current school board members seeking reelection as their terms expire, with one challenger.
Tuesday, September 12, 2006 11:00 pm
August 23, 2006 - Fourteen-year-old Francisco Sepulveda wants to
get healthy, strong and fit.
Wednesday, August 28, 2002 11:00 pm
Citizens and the Marana Town Council got their first look Aug.
13 at architectural renderings of the new town hall and municipal
complex planners hope will become the core of a growth boom
expected in Marana's rural northwest.
Luis Araiza changes the oil on a Marana Unified School District bus Monday morning.
Monday, November 28, 2005 12:00 am
November 23, 2005 - Human Resources workers in the Marana
Unified School District are performing at incompetent levels,
processing paperwork inconsistently and violating federal laws,
according an independent audit.
Matthew Glasshoff, a fourth-grader at Rattlesnake Ridge
Elementary School, keeps to himself between rounds of the Marana
Unified School District’s Spelling Bee last week.
After only a few rounds of the Marana Unified School District’s
spelling bee, numerous vacant chairs were left on the stage.
Butterfield Elementary School sixth-grader Tristan Powell waits
between rounds during the Marana Unified School District Spelling
Bee last week.
Quail Run Elementary School fourth-grader Jordan Boley reacts
after misspelling a word in the Marana Unified School District
Spelling Bee last week.
Marana Middle School seventh-grader Jeremy Parry placed first in
the Marana Unified School District’s district-wide spelling bee
last week. Parry won with the word “Sustenance”.
Using her hand to spell out a word, Tortolita Middle School
sixth-grader Savanna Kelly spells a word during the Marana Unified
School District’s Annual Spelling Bee last Wednesday. Kelly placed
Adam Kretschmer installs surveillance cameras into one of Marana Unified School District’s new school buses. MUSD is using bond money to fit and retrofit 75 buses with new surveillance monitoring equipment.
Contributed photo, Top students from Marana Unified School District high schools were honored May 7 at the Heritage Highlands Golf and Country Club.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Marana Unified School District Superintendent Doug Wilson is concerned the district may not be able to retain full-day kindergarten.