Mission Statement & Services

  • School suppliesThe mission of the Student Services Department is to ensure that ALL students have an equal opportunity to succeed in school by removing barriers to achieving academic and personal excellence.

    SUCCESS OF STUDENTS
    Fund to help student in need with educational necessities:

    • School Supplies
    • School Fees
    • Field Trips
    • Sports Fees
    • Cap/Gown
    • Summer School

    FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
    Holiday ShareProvides Community Resources

    • Clothing Bank
    • Food Pantry
    • Holiday Share
    • Parents as Teachers
    • Counseling
    • School Supplies

    COUNSELING PROGRAM
    Full-time school counselors at every school focused on three categories:

    • Education
    • Personal / Social
    • Career / Life Planning

    CRISIS RESPONSE TEAM
    District counselors taking action in the aftermath of a crisis:

    • On-Call Support
    • Short Term Support

    McKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION

    Ensuring educational services for highly mobile students:

    • Enrollment
    • Possible Transportation
    • Free and Reduced Lunch
    • Various Other Services

    SCHOOL CLIMATE TRANSFORMATION GRANT
    Supporting, Enhancing, and Expanding PBIS District-Wide

    • Social Workers
    • Tiered Interventions
    • Ongoing Training

Department Overview

  • Student Services. Helping families blossom and grow. Call (520) 616-3013.

    • Counseling Program- Marana Unified School District employs Master’s level, full time Professional School Counselors at each school.  Our school counselors work with all students on their academic, personal/social, and career development needs in classrooms, small groups, and individual settings. The school counseling program promotes student achievement. School counselors do not provide mental health screening or mental health treatment.
    • McKinney-Vento/Homeless Education Services- Ensuring educational services for highly mobile students.
    • Power Packs- Supplemental food program for students in need to have healthy snacks on the weekend and during breaks throughout the school year.
    • Success of Students (S.O.S)- Fund to help students in need receive items to help them have a successful school year
    • Crisis Response Team- On-call, short-term support in a crisis
    • Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)- Support, enhance, and sustain a positive school climate using PBIS as the framework, tiered interventions, district social workers, and on-going training
    • Family Resource Center (FRC)
      • Clothing Bank- Provides clothes from community donations
      • Food Pantry- Provides food boxes
      • Holiday Share- Provides food and gifts
      • Parents As Teachers (PAT)- Early learning support program for families with children 0-5 years
      • Counseling- Services for students and families