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
News and Tidbits
TUSD will be holding a bond election on November 5. This is a mail-in election only. Each registered voter that resides within the TUSD district will receive a ballot by mail in early October. The county election office in Bisbee must receive this by November 5. You may also drop off ballots or replacement ballots received with county poll workers at the TUSD offices at 411 North 9th from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
See attached Bond Facts in English and Spanish below as well as bond projects to be completed.
Free Meals for all TUSD Kindergartner through Eighth Graders
TUSD participates in the National School Lunch Program and Breakfast Program. All students at Huachuca City School and Walter J. Meyer School, receive free breakfast and lunch. There is no need to fill out the lunch application either. We encourage all Tombstone High School students to fill out the form located on the right side of this page. Also, please see our letter explaining the community eligibility provision.
Re-Enrolling Current Students with ParentVue
Hate filling out that enrollment packet every year for your current student? We understand and hate asking you to do it, but it is a requirement for all of us. Well, now you can do it via your ParentVue portal. Log in to ParentVue and in the upper right corner there is an online registration link. Update all your student's information with a few clicks and easy peasy, you are done! If you do not have a ParentVue account, contact your school.
ParentVue and StudentVue are important tools you can benefit from. Not only can you check you student's attendance, grades, report cards, transcripts, discipline, and nurses office visits, next year you will be able report an absence right from the app you are already using. This view gives you every access the school has on your student. Look for Synergy ParentVue in your app store on your cell, or call the school for the website to use and to get your access code.