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Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary School’s Jensen Abel gets a close as possible to the microphone during the first round of the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week at Mountain View High School.
Matthew Glasshoff correctly spells “stipple” after respelling “diagnosis,” which was incorrectly spelled by Tressah Moon during the final rounds of the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee.
Family and district staff members sprinkled the Mountain View High School auditorium last week during the district’s spelling bee.
Jensen Abel, Melody Waters, Colette Hills, and Matthew Glasshoff wait and watch as Grace Essif spells her word during the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee.
Tina Giallanza spells her word for the judges during the annual spelling bee last week.
Cassandra Brandriff takes a moment to think about her word while hearing its definition and origin.
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.
The unofficial results for the Marana Unified School District show all three incumbents in the lead.
Last week, Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary School student, Matthew Glasshoff, won the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee with the word “stipple.”
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 meeting.
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.
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 icy cold.
The Marana Unified School District recognizes that excelling schools create strong communities and strong property values. Ensuring that our students have a 21st century learning environment that inspires them to achieve academic and personal excellence requires the District to plan for our future capital needs. To that end, a community-driven Capital Improvement Plan Committee was formed and a Capital Improvement Survey was developed to engage our entire community in a conversation about the District’s future facility and operational needs to best meet projected growth, while using tax dollars responsibly.
During its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, April 24, the Marana Unified School District Governing Board voted 3-0 to hire Rex Scott as principal at Tortolita Middle School. Maribel Lopez and Suzanne Hopkins were not in attendance.
The Town of Marana believes that to have a town that runs well, citizens have to understand how the town operates. The Town of Marana has tried to streamline many of the things that they do and improve communication, with the newest project now aiming at educating local high school students.
Last week, more than 700 Marana and Mountain View students started a new chapter in their lives.
The Marana Unified School District (MUSD) invites the public to view the following high school textbook prior to possible adoption and use at Mountain View High School.