Welcome to Tombstone USD #1
District Office: (520) 457-2217
Huachuca City School: (520) 456-9842
Walter J. Meyer: (520) 457-3371
Tombstone High School: (520) 457-2215
Mask Mandate Protocol
Following the change in guidelines from the CDC, TUSD will be revising the mask-wearing protocol.
Beginning Friday, April 30, 2021, we will continue to wear masks inside all school buildings and district buildings, including district vehicles (buses, cars, and vans). Masks will be strongly recommended, but not required when a minimum of three feet social distancing is maintainable. Frequent hand washing and sanitizing will remain to be an important part of the slowing of the COVID-19 virus.
Thank you for your cooperation. By working together we can keep our students and staff healthy and finish the school year strong.
News and Tidbits
Registration is open for 2021–2022 School Year
New to Tombstone Unified School District Students Only
Visit our Online Registration page, or click the online registration link on the right. If you have no students currently enrolled, you will need to begin by creating a new account. If you currently have students enrolled and are enrolling a new student to the district, you can log in with your current ParentVUE account. This option is available for Huachuca City School and Walter J. Meyer School, as well as Tombstone High School. Last year Tombstone High School had a waiting list, so do not delay.
* Please note that the link will not be active until March 22, 2021.
Beginning on July 1, 2021, current students can have their registration updated via ParentVUE.
For any tech related issues with school-issued computers (log-in problems, emails, passwords, etc.), please contact us via email or call your school and ask for extension 7451.
Virtual Science Fair
Please visit the Tombstone Unified School District virtual science fair. Huachuca City School science teacher Mr. Barrington has created the awesome virtual tour of the Tombstone Unified School District science fair.
Click the link below and enter the hallway and visit any or all of the three schools and see their projects. This year has brought many challenges and new learning techniques with an electronic science fair being on of them. Winners were Huachuca City School - Teyla Izzo, Walter J. Meyer - Jinelle Devine, and Tombstone High School - Brianna Harvey.
We are so proud of all of your participants.
Annual Title I Presentation
Every year, the Arizona Department of Education requires that we share information about how we use our Title I money. This annual Title I meeting presentation explains how TUSD is serving its students and families. At the end of the presentation, you will have an opportunity to leave feedback. Thank you for participating in your child's success.