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Announcements



HOT METAL IMPROV

(the 3rd annual Advanced Drama Improv Show)

Wednesday Night 7:00 PM
Little Theatre

Audience Participation!
Totally unscripted!
Awesome kids!

Celebrate making it to rodeo break
by being at school longer than you have to!
(and you’ll laugh a lot, too.)

Only 2 bucks!



Attention seniors!!!

Senior Caps & Gowns for those students who ordered last fall, will be delivered during both lunches Wednesday, Feb. 25th!



San Xavier Kiwanis -

Student of The Month : Riana Delia Canedo

The San Xavier Kiwanis International is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. One way the San Xavier Kiwanis club helps to serve the children in the Tucson Community is through our Student of The Month program. One of the schools selected to receive recognition is Tucson High Magnet School. We can help showcase our excellent program at Tucson High and help to bring honor to our deserving students. The focus of our student of the Month program is on students who have faced personal, physical, or academic challenges and are improving and succeeding as they overcome their obstacles.

Congratulations Riana!



THMS students and Fungal Microbiology

In October 2011, the National Geographic BioBlitz was held in Saguaro National Park. This was an event that drew scientists from around the country to identify and catalog as many species as possible in Saguaro National Parks East and West. THMS Honors Research Methods students participated in the BioBlitz, screening plants for fungi that reside within their leaves and twigs. Students worked with researchers in the lab of Professor Betsy Arnold (Plant Sciences Department at the University of Arizona). In the spring of 2012, Honors Biology classes and Biotech 1,2 classes conducted similar surveys of endophytic fungi in Saguaro National Park West with the Arnold lab. The publication in Fungal Microbiology includes contributions made by around 120 THMS students. We are so excited and honored to have been part of this work!



Seniors and Parents

How are you planning to pay for college? Need help with completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)? Deadlines are fast approaching . . .

Come to Financial Aid Night and the FAFSA Workshops to get some help!



FAFSA Workshops            
Complete the FAFSA with help from Mr. Vacura, Ms. García, and your school counselors.

Thursday February 19th, Monday, February 23rd, Tuesday, February 24th, Wednesday, February 25th

8:30 am – 3 pm & 6-8pm                
Room T146


Download the Workshop Info


Incoming Freshmen Registration Nights:

Please see attached to see when your child needs to come in and register!



Congratulations FBLA Arizona Region 1 Winners

1st Place - Help Desk - Kaylie Volpe

1st Place - Website Design - Jessica Peters & Fernanda Sanchez

3rd Place - Marketing - Christian Lerma, Kaylie Volpe & Gabriel Ramirez 3rd Place - Help Desk - Ivy Clements



Congratulations Welding: TEAM 1st place – Region 6 Champs!

Individual Winner

2nd place (individual): Evelyn Bolanos



Click on any of the above winning images to see a large version.

Graphic Design: TEAM 1st place – Region 6 Champs!

Team members: Kaylie Volpe, Lauren Emerine, Rowen Kluge

Please congratulate the following students on their success:

1st place- Kaylie Volpe
4th place- Lauren Emerine
5th place- Rowen Kluge





   

THMS Photo Wins at Regionals!

Mr. Arthur's photography students recently competed in the Skills USA regional photography competition against other Tucson Schools. The competition included a written exam, photoshop test, a troubleshooting challenge, portfolio review, and multiple photo shoots.

Please congratulate the following students on their success:

1st place- Wyatt Mendez
2nd place- Maimoonah Naji
3rd place- Alanna Gray



Tucson High Student Council Convention

Arizona Association of Student Councils (AASC) had their State Convention at Apache Junction High School 2/5 to 2/7. Tucson High Student Council received two awards at the convention.

Silver Level Certificate

Charitable Award (donating between $500 to $1000 to a charity)

Council of Distinction Plaque

There were nine categories with subsections for each. Some of the requirements are below:

  • Student Council Organization
  • Leadership Development/Curriculum
  • Best Student Council Activity
  • Best School Service Project
  • Best Community Service of Charity Project (out of school)
  • High School Traditions & Yearly Events
  • Participation in Leadership Conferences


SENIOR AD DEADLINE EXTENSION

Purchase senior ads in the yearbook! Act Now!


Download the Submission Form


A $10 donation = 60 pounds of fresh and nutritious produce?
That’s right!

¿Un donativo de $10 = 60 libras de productos agrícolas frescos y nutritivos?
¡Eso es!

In support of the Tucson High community, on Saturday, January 24th the Tucson High PTA will begin hosting a monthly Produce on Wheels- With Out Waste (POWWOW) market. For a $10 donation you can take home up to 60 pounds of fresh and nutritious produce to share with your family, friends, neighbors, or someone in need.


The market will take place every fourth Saturday of the month through May and run from 8:00 am to 11:00 am. NEXT POWWOW
February 28th
March 28th
April 25th
May 23rd


POWWOWs will take place in Tucson High’s south side parking lot located next to the corner of 8th Street and Euclid Ave.

  • There are no income qualifications, just show up
  • We only accept cash; please bring correct change
  • You will be requested to sign up as a POWWOW member
  • The POWWOW begins at 8:00am- the earlier you arrive, the better the selection
  • We can’t guarantee what will arrive each week, but we will try to let you know the week of the POWWOW
  • Boxes will be available for your produce but we recommend you bring your own bags, containers, or boxes and leave it in your vehicle as an option.

[En Español]


Sponsored by the 21rst Century Grant


Visit Greece and Italy...

THMS Travel Club

July 2 - 11, 2015
Rome, Sorrento Region, Delphi, Athens, extension to Greek Islands

When you walk through the Roman Forum, climb the Acropolis in Athens and visit the site of the Oracle at Delphi, you’re among some of the world’s most historically significant ancient sites. But these countries offer more than just a trip to the deep past—witness more recent history at the awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel, as well as the timeless, dramatic natural beauty of Capri.

Learn More and Enroll Now...

For more information, contact Martha Reed.



Travel to Paris...

THMS Travel Club

May 23 - 30, 2016 : Paris and Versailles

It’s been said you could spend a lifetime in Paris and never do it all.The top sights are impressive enough, with iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame. Look deeper, and discover a treasure trove of Impressionist works at the Musée d’Orsay, the rows of shops in the Latin Quarter, and Versailles, French royalty’s over-the-top palace retreat.

Learn More and Enroll Now...

For more information, contact Martha Reed.

 







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