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School Information

Tuba City High School Website
Principal: 928-283-1052
Fax: 928-283-1242
Attendance: 928-283-1050
Athletics: 928-283-1060

Nizhoni Accelerated Academy Website
Principal: 928-283-1070
Fax: 928-283-1226

Tuba City JR. High Website
Front Desk: 928-283-1040
Principal: 928-283-1042

Tuba City Elementary Website
Attendance: 928-283-1085
Principal: 928-283-1032
Front Desk: 928-283-1020

Tsinaabaas Habitiin Elementary Website
Front Desk: 938-283-1090 | Fax: 938-283-1244
Principal: 928-283-1092

Dzil Libei Elementary Website
Front Desk: 928-283-1080
Principal: 928-283-1090

Governing Board

AMERETTA BUTLER
Board / Superintendent Secretary
P: 928-283-1006
E: abutler@tcusd.org


Offices, Programs & Services

DISTRICT OFFICE

BUSINESS OFFICE

HUMAN RESOURCES

EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES

SECURITY

FEDERAL PROGRAMS

  • DEL GLASGOW (Federal Programs Director and Native Language Program Director)
  • CLARISSA NOCKIDENEH (Federal Programs & NLP Assistant)
  • GLORIA BIGMAN (Student Parent Support Services Liaison / McKinney-Vento Liaison)

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About TCUSD #15

Where We Are

Tuba City is located on the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona, U.S.A. The Hopi Village of Mungapi is located one mile south of Tuba City. Mungapi is a major gateway to the Hopi Indian Reservation. Located about 75 miles northeast of Flagstaff, Arizona, Tuba City’s elevation is about 5,000 feet. Summers are warm and sunny, winters are relatively mild with a small amount of snow each year. Area scenic attractions include the magnificent Grand Canyon National Park, Glen Canyon Dam/Lake Powell, Navajo National Monument, and the world famous Monument Valley. All scenic attractions are an average distance of 80 miles from Tuba City.

P.O. Box 67 Tuba City Arizona 86045
Phone: 928-283-1000/1076

Our Goals

GOAL – ACADEMIC
All Tuba City Unified School District schools will strive to become an A or B rated school by 2022.

GOAL – CULTURAL
During school year 2018-2019, Tuba City Unified School District will strengthen relationships by incorporating team building activities into leadership meetings (bi-weekly) and district wide celebrations quarterly.

GOAL – COMMUNITY
During school year 2018-2019, Tuba City Unified will participate in at least one community event per semester.

Average Teacher Salaries

A.R.S. §15-903.E AMENDED BY LAWS 2018, CH. 285 §10)

  1. Average of all teachers employed in FY2019 (Budget year) $47,433.
  2. Average salary of all teachers employed in FY2018 (Prior year) $44,451.
  3. Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year – $2,982.

PERCENTAGE INCREASE – 7%

Arizona School District Spending Report—FY2019

P.O. Box 67 Tuba City Arizona 86045
Phone: 928-283-1000/1076

TODAY’S MESSAGES

  • school bus schedulesMobile grab and go starting April 16
    Bus Schedule - Local Routes & Times
  • TCUSD Covid-19 Protocols – What You Need To Know
    The following are key elements of the COVID-19 mitigation strategies for welcoming students back to in-person learning.
  • SY 2021-2022 Calendar is now available!
    Download the TCUSD SY 2021-22 Calendar here.
  • Call to the Public
    Please note; a modification has been made to the CALL TO THE PUBLIC.  We are accepting IN-PERSON CALL TO THE PUBLIC comments at the time and date of the scheduled meeting.  If parents, staff or community members wish to address the board in person, we will accommodate their request by giving them the opportunity to present their Call To The Public comment in the District Office Conference Room during the meeting.

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Hello Faculty, Staff, Students and Community

I am extremely happy to be member of the Tuba City Unified School District family and I am proud to represent you all as your superintendent for this upcoming school year!  Last Spring we were all heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.  Never in our recent history have we had to close our schools down to students and teachers due to a deadly virus.  The Covid-19 pandemic tragically impacted community that included Daughters, Sons, Mom’s, Dad’s, Grandpas and Grandmas in traumatic ways: either extreme illness or death.  Grief, sadness, anxiety and fear our feelings that we have all been experiencing and dealing with.  This 2020-2021 school year will be a time to heal and recover.  TCUSD is here to support you in any way that we can.  We have healthcare benefits that provide counseling services, biometric screening, preventative health services and health care.  Please contact Human Resources with any questions of services that we can provide for you.

Due to the tremendous impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, our brick and mortar schools will not be opening to students and parents on our first day of school.  The district will provide teachers to begin beyond contract work August 3, 2020 – August 11, 2020.  All other classified and nine month staff will be provided beyond contract work August 5, 2020 – August 11, 2020.  The newly adopted calendar for the school year will begin August 12, 2020 to prepare for distant learning for our students who will begin school on August 17, 2020.

The pandemic has shifted our district focus in many ways.

  • Established health and safety protocols for staff to re-enter the facilities;
  • Provide masks and disinfectant for all individuals entering the facilities;
  • Established a 1-1 IPad initiative for students;
  • Purchased new Learning Management System: Schoology for lesson delivery;

Welcome back! With all of the new ways of providing instruction to our students, TCUSD will focus on providing thorough training opportunities for IPad usage for instructional purposes to students, parents and teachers.  In time, we will all get used to this new way of delivering instruction and receiving instruction.  I will focus on stabilizing our learning platform to ensure your success.  As the superintendent, I am here to ensure that all students have access to a high quality, enriching education.  In order to accomplish this, I offer my support, experience and expertise to the students, families, principals, teachers, and support staff.

Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Healthy!

Thank you,
Dr. Risha VanderWey
Superintendent
Tuba City Unified School District #15
rvanderwey@tcusd.org


 

P.S. Join our Warrior Wellness Program!

  • 1st – Download the STRAVA app.
  • 2nd – Go to CLUBS
  • 3rd – Search Warrior Wellness
  • 4th – Ask to Follow

Warrior Wellness will:

  • Establish a Warrior family
  • Track your fitness
  • Allow you to participate in events
  • Follow your friends and activities
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TCUSD is unified in culture, technology and its commitment to education; every stakeholder is prepared to achieve a lifetime of personal, cultural, civic excellence and to enrich the community.

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