We're sailing some uncharted parenting waters at the moment and there are a lot of ways our childrens' mental health, emotions and well-being are being impacted by what we're all experiencing.
Among the list of things that many of us raising children never thought we'd have to navigate? A global pandemic that would completely change our lives.
All local YMCA branches have suspended their regular fitness programming and are now using five Tucson-area locations and one in Pinal County to strictly provide emergency childcare while school is out of session for children ages 5-12.
Much of the meal distribution will begin next Monday, March 23, as many districts are on spring break this week. For many of the sites, children do not need to be enrolled in the school or district where meals are being provided and they don't have to be part of the free or reduced lunch program. Read more
Families can access hundreds of children's titles for free from their smart phones, tablets or computers with a library card. Read more
Tucson’s largest school district, TUSD, is finalizing a plan for potential school closures, which it will tentatively share at the March 25 governing board meeting Read more
You can browse all the camps on the front page or you can filter them down by topic, ages, cost and location. Read more
Go thank your teachers. Read more
Parental controls are your best friend. Read more
Depending on your district, some kiddos go back earlier than others. Sorry, Vail! Read more
Get some help school supply shopping. Read more
A new preschool has opened on the Casa de los Niños campus near Speedway and Fourth Avenue and is currently enrolling children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. Read more
There'll be gadgets and gizmos aplenty — mostly created by K-8 students — at two upcoming School Maker Faires. Read more
Enrollment in the private school is open for children in grades K-9 for the first year. Read more
While the full-day program will be free for families, it is expected to cost the district around $650,000. Read more
Free full-day kindergarten might be an option for families in the Vail School District for the 2019-20 school year. Read more
Hollinger K-8 students are working on costumes that combine technology with design, engineering and fashion Read more
We are deep in planning mode for our third annual Summer Camp Fair. Read more
Most of us had that one teacher. Read more
Their Wizard of Oz routine got them through celebrity auditions. Read more
Tucson Unified School District is hosting a huge event for families Saturday with workshops, free supplies and resources. Read more
A new outdoor hockey rink that will be available to TUSD students and kids at the Boys & Girls Club of Tucson was unveiled yesterday at Doolen Middle School. Read more