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  • Preschool Enrollment: Mark Your Calendars! Preschool enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year begins March 7. Learn more about our enriching Preschool Program and how to enroll.  

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  • Kindergarten Enrollment: It's time to enroll in Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year! Learn more about our FREE full-day kindergarten program and how to enroll!

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  • Kinship Caregiver Support Group: This special Kinship Caregiver group provides a safe place to share resources and connect with others in similar situations. If you’re a grandparent, aunt, uncle or family friend raising a child, come enjoy a cup of coffee, relax and let’s chat. December – May.

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  • TAX CREDIT:  Support Marana student with a dollar for dollar tax credit and reduce what you owe in State taxes (up to $400!). Give throughout the year, or all at once! Make a difference today!

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  • SpeakUp Safety Tip Line: Use SpeakUp safety tip line to email, call, text concerns of bullying, threats of violence, weapons brought to school, planned fights, students in crisis, and other urgent situations.   Link to 

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  • Free or reduced-price school meals:  Applications accepted now for the 2019-2020 school year. The process is safe, secure, private, and available anytime. All families must reapply each year. Learn more and apply online now.

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  • MCAT High School Expanded! Now includes 10 – 12th grades and more Career Technical programs! Visit the MCAT High School Website to learn more.

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  • Twin Peaks Expands to K-8!: To continue to serve our community’s growth and provide additional academic choice, Twin Peaks expands to include 8th grade in fall 2020!

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  • Help Ensure Students Don’t Go Hungry on Weekends when Shopping at Fry's: Families can now contribute to MUSD's Power Pack Program through the Fry's Community Rewards Program, to benefit Power Pack.  Power Packs ensure children have access to food during weekends and school breaks; resulting in fewer stomach aches and greater ability to learn.

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Message from Superintendent - Dr. Wilson

  • Dr. Doug Wilson On behalf of our staff and Governing Board, I welcome you and thank you for your interest in the Marana Unified School District. It is our honor to serve the children in our community. It is also a privilege to be a part of a school district consisting of remarkable staff, a dedicated Governing Board, invested parents, and caring community and business members all of whom are committed to the well-being of our students.    


    The Marana Unified School District is an integral part of the community and we take pride in knowing that the District is one of the reasons families choose to live in the Marana area. Our schools are dedicated to providing safe, secure and nurturing environments that facilitate and enhance student achievement and success. We are confident that we have a very special and educationally enriching experience to offer the children in our community.


    It is our belief that we must vigorously seek opportunities to engage students in the most relevant learning opportunities possible in order to prepare them for the demands of the future. Our children deserve no less than the best and our teachers, staff, and administrators are committed to providing the highest quality education so our students become lifelong learners and responsible citizens.


    I invite parents and community members to become actively involved in a student’s school experience. Home, community, and school partnerships, founded on mutual respect and regular communication, provide an unbeatable combination for quality education and student success.


    I invite you to learn more about our District by visiting any of our schools or contacting our District office.

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Average Teacher Salaries

  • In accordance with A.R.S. §15-903(E), as amended by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §10, a local educational agency's (LEA) budget must include the prominent display of the average salary of all teachers employed by the district or charter for the budget and prior years, and the increase in the average salary of all teachers employed by the district or charter for the budget year reported in dollars and percentage.


    AVERAGE TEACHER SALARIES (A.R.S. §15-903.E, amended by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §10)

    1. Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2020 (budget year)  $46,755           
    2. Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2019 (prior year) $44,529
    3. Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year  $2,226
    4. Percentage increase  5%

    Average salary calculation:

    Average teacher salary are teaching positions coded to 1000 functions and 6112 object code.  Total budgeted salaries divided by Full Time Equivalence.  Classroom Site Fund base pay allocation, override amounts and previous year stipends for Instructional Improvement and PBP payment dollars are included.  Important to note, the 15% teachers received was given only to their base pay, so must consider all other funds did not receive the 15% increase. Second consideration is attrition.

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