The Advisory Board to the Office of the School Superintendent meets quarterly or as needed.
Members come together to discuss education issues of importance in Pima County, such as the No Child Left Behind law and its requirements and implications, standards-based instruction and assessment, curricular alignment and professional development, and to advise the Superintendent on ways the office can support learning in Pima County.
Individuals from the community who have participated in educational endeavors, or who have influenced policy, in some way are invited to serve on the Advisory Board. The board has a diverse membership, with parent, teacher, business, education and government representatives, which gives the Superintendent the benefit of a variety of viewpoints. This keeps the office better informed about the state of education in the county and makes it more responsive to community concerns.
Advisory Board Members
Post Secondary - University
Post Secondary - Community College
Retired Superintedent - Tucson Unified School District
Post Secondary - Private
August 21st, 2014
The following Pima County school districts will all have uncontested school districts governing board positions for the General Election on November 4, 2014. The Pima County Superintendent of Schools has determined that all the candidates listed below meet the nomination requirements to seek a position on a school district governing board. Therefore, pursuant to A.R.S. §15-424(D), the Superintendent of Schools requests that the Pima County Board of Supervisors cancel these uncontested school district governing board elections at their meeting on September 2, 2014.
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September 20th, 2014
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