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For SY 2023-2024

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For SY 2024-2025

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Employee Area

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Tuba City High School

Tuba City High School

Acting Principal: Steven Troglia
Warrior Dr, Tuba City AZ
(928)-283-1050

Tuba City High School

Nizhoni Accelerated Academy

Director: Kino Reed
67 East Spruce Dr, Tuba City
(928)-283-1050

Tuba City Junior High

Tuba City Junior High

Acting Principal: Constance Benally
67 East Fir St, Tuba City, AZ
(928)-283-1050

Tuba City Elementary

Tuba City Elementary

Principal: Sophia Begody
67 West Maple St
(928)-283-1050

Tsinaabaas Habitiin Elementary

Tsinaabaas Habitiin Elementary

Principal: Jerilyn Tsinigine
Hwy 89 2 Miles East Of Gap Tr
(928)-283-1050

Tuba City High School

Dzil Libei Elementary

Principal: Jerilyn Tsinigine
67 E Fir Street, Tuba City, AZ
(928)-283-1050

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For SY 2023-2024

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For SY 2023-2024

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SAFE RETURN TO IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION AND CONTINUITY OF SERVICES PLAN

Forms

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Forms Packet

Annual Pre-participation evaluation, physical examination, health etc

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Grade Check – Eligibility Schedule

Grade Check Dates

Athletic Schedules

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Warrior Game Day Admissions Policy

Does not apply to post season events

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Return To Game Protocols

Athletics Policy regarding returning to sports after Covid pandemic

Athletic Schedules

Athletic Schedules

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Principal: (928) 283-1052
Attendance: (928) 283-1050
Athletics: (928) 283-1060
Fax: (928) 283-1242

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Staff Directory

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Clear Bag Policy

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Test Taking Tips

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Constitution of the National Honor Society

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Registration Forms

Enroll your student with TCUSD

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Family Handbook

Rules and policies for Tuba City High

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Bus Schedule

Pick-up and drop-off routes

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Bell Schedule

Get to class on time

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Attendance Policy

How district attendance is calculated

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Dismissal Form

Request for dismissal of class

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Free Meals Notice

No charge for breakfast and lunch

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Breakfast / Lunch Menu

Download the monthly menu for Tuba City High

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transcript Request

Official transcript request form

The mission of Tuba City High School Counseling/Guidance program is to prepare all students to meet the challenges of the future. Through a partnership that includes; educators, parents, guardians, and the community, students will become responsible, respectful adults and contributing members of a diverse society. his will be obtained through a comprehensive Counseling Program that addresses the academics, career, and personal/social development of every student as set forth by the Arizona Department of Education standards and American School Counselor Association.

Debbie Yellowman

Elouise Graham

Cheryl Onsae-Scott

Dr. Anslem Yazzie

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PowerSchool Portal

Leading provider of cloud-based software and services for K-12

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IXL

Offers unlimited practice in more than 6000 topics

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Follet-Destiny Library

Complete library management system

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Edginuity

Online learning resource for school districts

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Performance Matters Testing

Student on-line testing platform

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Enroll your student with Tuba City JR High

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Family Handbook

Rules and policies for Tuba City JR High

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Bell Schedule

Get to class on time

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Attendance Policies

How district attendance is calculated

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Breakfast / Lunch Menu

Download the monthly menu for Tuba City JR High

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Bus Schedule

Pick-up and drop-off routes

TCUSD Free Meals Notice

Free Meals Notice

No charge for breakfast and lunch

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Registration Forms

Enroll your student with Tuba City JR High

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Family Handbook

Rules and policies for Tuba City JR High

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Bell Schedule

Get to class on time

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Attendance Policies

How district attendance is calculated

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Breakfast / Lunch Menu

Download the monthly menu for Tuba City JR High

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Bus Schedule

Pick-up and drop-off routes

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Free Meals Notice

No charge for breakfast and lunch

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PowerSchool Portal

Leading provider of cloud-based software and services for K-12

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Class Dojo

Connects with families through communication features

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myOn

Digital library that offers more than 7,000 enhanced digital books

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HeadSprout

Helps students learn and apply key reading comprehension strategies

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Beyond Textbooks Parent Portal

Platform  aimed to improve student achievement

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Performance Matters Testing

Student on-line testing platform

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IXL

Offers unlimited practice in more than 6000 topics

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Arrival/Dismissal Procedures

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Attendance Information

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Clear Bag & Prohibited Items Policy

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Expectations

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Health Guidance

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Sleep Information

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5 Universal Classroom Rules

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Registration Forms

Enroll your student with Tuba City Elementary

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Letters From the Principal

School news from the TCES Principal

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School Supply List

Shopping lists for grades K-5

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Attendance Policy

How district attendance is calculated

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Master Schedule

Get to class on time

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Breakfast / Lunch Menu

Download the monthly menu for Tuba City Elementary

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Family Handbook

Rules and policies for Tuba City Elementary

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Bus Schedule

Pick-up and drop-off routes

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Free Meals Notice

No charge for breakfast and lunch

Tuba City Unified School District Exceptional Student Services

Call ESS District Office: 928-283-1160 for your inquiries

ESS ensures that public education agencies in Arizona have special education programs, policies, and procedures that comply with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and its implementing regulations, and that eligible children and youth with disabilities receive a free appropriate public education (FAPE). ESS provides professional learning opportunities, provides technical assistance to schools, supports the needs of families of students with disabilities, monitors schools for compliance with the regulations that implement the IDEA, and administers the IDEA Entitlement grant.

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Contact Us

ESS District Office: 928-283-1160
ESS Fax: 928-283-1265
P.E.E.P. Office: 928-283-1028

Sophia Begody

Interim ESS Supervisor

E: sbegody@tcusd.org
PH: (928) 283-1162

Rhonda Chase

Data Management

P: 928-283-1160
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ESS provides professional learning opportunities, provides technical assistance to schools, supports the needs of families of students with disabilities, monitors schools for compliance with the regulations that implement the IDEA, and administers the IDEA Entitlement grant.

Special education is the education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students’ individual differences and needs, Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, accessible settings, and other interventions designed to help learners with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and community.

Email request for Special Education records to
spedrecords@tcusd.org or fax to (928) 283-1265

Services Provided

CHILD FIND applies to children from birth to 21 years old who are suspected of having a disability.  For more information visit http://www.azed.gov/specialeducation/

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY is to help children with various needs to improve their cognitive, physical, motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment

SPEECH-LANGUAGE THERAPY is the treatment for children who have difficulty with speech and/or language disorders.

PHYSICAL THERAPY is for children who have difficulty with physical movement from an illness, disease or disability.

VISION, HEARING AND ORIENTATION & MOBILITY services provided by Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind (ASDB) providers.

COUNSELING – An ESS Counselor is available to students who need counseling according to their Individual Education Plan.

RESOURCE – Individual needs are supported in resource rooms as defined by the student’s IEP.  Sometimes this form of support is called Resource and Withdrawal (or pull out) from regular classroom.  The child getting this type of support will receive some time in the resource room which refers to the withdrawal portion of the day and some time in the regular classroom with modifications and/or accommodations which is the resource support in the regular classroom.

SUPPLIMENTARY AIDES & SERVICES – aids, services and other supports that are provided in regular education classes, other education related settings, and in extracurricular and nonacademic settings, to enable children with disabilities to be educated with non-disabled children to the maximum extent appropriate.

Each student in the program is provided with a case manager that is responsible for managing the student’s individual education plan, progress reporting and evaluations. The case managers schedule annual IEP meetings with the students as well as evaluations every three years.  The meetings may occur more often if needed.  Progress reports are completed quarterly or more often if needed.

Additional Services Provided by Tuba City High School

STUDY SKILLS is an elective course provided to students with an individual education plan or 504 plan.  The course provides help with organization, study strategies, transition planning and academic support.  Students are responsible for bringing work, assignments, projects, reading and study materials to class each day.  During the class, students are expected to work on assignments, review and prepare notes, study for quizzes and tests and complete necessary research and activities that contribute to their success.

LEARNING LAB is provided to students with an individual education plan or 504 plan.  There are Science, Social Studies, Math and English Learning labs.  In each Lab, there is a teacher assigned that focuses on the above areas.  The student receives the lesson from the General Education teacher and then goes to the Learning Lab for assistance from the Exceptional Student Services teacher.

DAILY LIVING SKILLS CLASSROOM is for students that need daily living skills and a more specialized instruction.  In this classroom, students learn how to prepare a menu, shop and cook.

Students do recreational/daily living skill activities to learn about healthy living and how to take care of themselves to prepare for when they graduate high school.  Students also go to Greyhills Inn to learn how to make beds, vacuum and clean the hotel rooms.  The students learn transition skills to prepare to get a job and work in a hotel as a house keeper.