This is an important weather advisory notice from School Safety:
Weather conditions that can be expected in the next few days may bring localized flooding in washes and around schools.
Information obtained from the National Weather Service.. INCREASING RAIN CHANCES FOR LATER TODAY AND OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. ALTHOUGH LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL AND FLASH FLOODING MAY OCCUR AS EARLIER AS THIS EVENING AND TONIGHT...THE MORE WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL THREAT APPEARS TO BE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON INTO THURSDAY. HOWEVER, THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR PERIODS OF SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT OR FRIDAY.
Flash Flood Safety Rules to consider
- Avoid driving, or walking in flood waters.
- Keep children away from high water, storm drains, ditches, arroyos, or culverts. Even moving water only six inches deep can knock you off your feet. Move to higher ground.
- Do not let children play near washes in rain water.
- If you come upon a flooded roadway never drive through it.
- School buses may arrive late before or after school
- Parents may have trouble getting to school
- Students who walk to and from school may also be delayed or unable to find a safe route
TUCSON HIGH FBLA & STUDENT COUNCIL PRESENTS
SEPTEMBER 20, 2014 7:00pm-9:00pm
Save all your Costco Shopping for this special opening to benefit Tucson High! For every $55 you spend, a ream of paper is donated to Tucson High School. This is also a perfect time to purchase and donate supplies needed for student’s education.
PLEASE SHOW INVITATIONS AT THE DOOR
THMS Parent/Teacher Conference
September 23, 5-7PM
|MONDAY||9/22||Regular Monday Schedule|
|TUESDAY||9/23||Regular Tuesday Schedule
Open House 5-7PM
|WEDNESDAY||9/24||1/2 Day Schedule|
|THURSDAY||9/25||Regular Thursday Schedule|
|FRIDAY||9/26||Regular Friday Schedule|
THMS Marching Band Needs Your Vote!
The Marching 100 is participating in the Cox Communications Semper Fi Marching Band Salute promotion next week during homecoming week, and are competing with only 10 other bands for the most votes by season’s end. People can only vote for us using the website link http://www.cox7.com/bands beginning 12:01AM on Monday morning (9/15) to 11:59PM the following Sunday night (9/21). Individuals can vote as often as they like during Homecoming week. The winning band will receive $500.00. Vote early & vote often for the best marching band in Southern Arizona - The Tucson High Marching 100!
Tax Credit Donation Information
Helping out Tucson Magnet High School is as easy as giving a tax credit donation to your favorite club, Fine Art or Sport.
Fall Athletic Calendar Available
TUSD College Night
Over 200 college representatives from all over the United States will be present to talk to students and parents, answer questions and hand out materials.
Click Here to Learn More.
THMS Mountain Biking keeps climbing!
After the first round of the Arizona High School Mountain Bike League racing, Tucson High is ranked 1st in the state! Thanks to Jeremy Jonas and Eric Thomas for accompanying the team. A special thank you to El Grupo for training, logistics and just about everything else!
- Ben Duncan 1st Varsity
- Keenan Duncan
- Genea Gettig 5th JV
- Leila Murrieta
- Cara O’Neill 1st JV
- Leo O’Neill 1st JV
- Colter Thomas 2nd Freshman
- Daniel Yakushevich
THMS wins state of Arizona and Skills USA National Shirt Design Competition
Alysia Zabayeta represented Tucson High Magnet School and the state of Arizona in the Skills USA National Shirt Design Competition, winning first place overall, and a gold medal.
Zabayeta presented her shirt design to a panel of judges in a two-day competition at the Royal Crown Arena in Kansas City, Mo., during June, beating out competitors from 48 other states.
Zabayeta won the right to represent Arizona at the state competition held in Phoenix during April.
Zabayeta plans to pursue a degree in graphic design in college. She was the first national winner from THMS. The school has participated in Skills USA for the past five years.
Skills USA is a yearly competition that features competitors from every state in various vocationa competitions. Over 30,000 attended the competition this past June.
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.
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