Looking for a job?
Pima County
ONE STOP
520.798.0500

All youth coming from low-income households should call Pima County ONE STOP's main number at 520.798.0500 and ask to schedule a WIA eligibility interview. If they are eligible for the program (income-based eligibility), they receive the highest level of assistance, which includes one-on-one sessions with a Workforce Development Specialist; individualized employment plan; job search assistance; job search, resume and other free workshops; opportunity to apply for post-secondary tuition assistance; and other services.

Youth ages 16-21 who are "job ready" and score at least at the 7th grade level on a basic education assessment that is administered can apply for the Pledge-A-Job program which matches youth with local entry-level positions; however, at this time we only have a part-time employee working on the program and have been inundated with applications so there is a rather long wait for assistance. Also, the program does not offer any additional services.

Youth can apply at www.pima.gov/CED/CS/OneStop/documents/YouthEmploymentApplication_000.doc
then call 520.798.0519 to schedule the assessment test.
Clubs
Tucson High Magnet School 21st CCLC Course Descriptions 2021-2022
BEFORE SCHOOL SPECIAL INTEREST
Books and Coffee – 7:15-8:00 AM in the library. Bring a book (or check one out!) and start your day in the library with time to read and chat about books.
Card Games – Sharpen your cognitive skills AND your social skills with Ms. Lurie from 7-8 am every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday while playing card games.  Room T-145.
Weight Training info TBA

AFTER SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY AND TUTORING
ELA Grade 9 Credit Recovery taught in-person by Ms. Bates in M246. M, T, Th, 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
ONLINE ELA Credit Recovery (grades 9-12) taught by Ms. Anderson in T246, M, TH, F, 3:30 PM-4:30 PM
Algebra Credit Recovery with Mr. Nakakura in T378, M, T, Th 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Geometry Credit Recovery with Ms. Ververelli, in T379, M, T, Th, 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Math tutoring for all grades is available:
  • Tuesdays, 3:30-5:00 PM. T183 Mr. Muller
  • Thursday, 3:30-5:00 PM T182, Ms. Norris
  • Monday and Wednesday, 3:30 PM-5:00 PM, Math Club with Ms. Backherms in T-374
AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL INTEREST AND CLUBS
Amnesty International: Learn about human rights around the world and how to be a change agent for human rights of different groups. Students will learn effective forms of communication and will have a choice of the human rights issues that interest them. T/Th 3:30-4:30 in M245 with Ms. Dimmett.
Interact Rotary Club: This service organization is a high school branch of Rotary International. Students will learn leadership skills and will be involved in local, national, and international service projects. T/Th 3:30-4:30 in M245 with Ms. Dimmett.
Resiliency through Mariachi: Using Mariachi as a tool, students will develop the four essential 21st Century Skills: Critical Thinking, Creation, Collaboration, and Communication. Thursdays 3:30-5:00 in E205 with Mr. Enriquez.
Gardening and Sustainability: Hands-on learning in Tucson High’s Garden with Mr. Jonas and Mr. Fleming, along with University of Arizona interns. T, TH, 3:30-5:00PM in the garden.
Mindful Meditation Mondays with Ms. Kneller: we will be practicing a variety of mindfulness meditation techniques, breathing and relaxation exercises to reduce anxiety, stress, and lack of focus. These practices support good sleep, nutrition, and an overall healthy lifestyle.
We will be meeting either in my office M 134 or outside or in the staff cafeteria to be announced based on numbers and weather. Mondays 3:30-4:30 PM.

Arts Activism: Art & Activism is a creative safe space where students are encouraged to self-express though art. As a group, we will utilize art to educate and empower our local communities. Ms. Mayorga, Thursdays, 3:30 PM-4:30 PM in T343.
Smash Club with Mr. Riseborough. Come play Smash Bros., D and D, Magic and more after school every Thursday 3:30-5:00 in T171.
MESA: Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) is a school-based outreach program designed to increase access to Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) pathways and encourage college readiness. Teams of students participate in challenging and engaging hands-on projects and activities designed to explore the MESA Engineering Design Process. Ms. Marquez, M, F, 3:30 PM-5:00 PM in T368.
Hip Hop Dance: Open to everyone. Mondays and Fridays in the West Gym (folklorico room upstairs.) Come and dance with Ms. Vidal! 3:45-5:15.
Q Space: In this space students will learn about LGBTQIA+ history, create community, and engage in individual and group work exploring identity and collaborating to discover community care and joy. Mondays 3:30-4:30 in M317 with counselors Sunday and Zobella.
Technology and Engineering: Hands-on projects with Mr. Galaz and Mr. Sanchez in V158 and V152, M,T,Th from 3:30 PM-4:30 PM.
Corridos Voz: Culture and community with Mr. Escamilla, M, T, 3:30-5:00 in M333.
Drama Literacy with Mr. Martinez will take place second semester.
  • The Tucson High Magnet School 21st CCLC program is funded by a Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the Arizona Department of Education.  For more information visit:  www.azed.gov/21stcclc
SELF Menus
SELF is offered each week on Friday's during Badger Power Hour (10:21-11:21am). While we do prioritize student academic success and encourage students failing classes to use this time to get extra support from their teachers, we also recognize that academic mentoring, community building, socio-emotional skills, and setting career goals all serve to help students feel motivated, inspired, and connected at school.

Friday, October 1st
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