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        Dr. Gabriel Trujillo, Tucson Unified's Superintendent

        Dr. Gabriel Trujillo, Superintendent of Tucson Unified School District
        1010 E. Tenth St., Tucson, AZ 85719 | (520) 225-6060 | Email: Gabriel.Trujillo@

        District 1 Podcasts

        • January 15, 2020

          Transcript (in PDF)
          Topics: Court release; results-based funding; SRO's; student groups

        • December 11, 2019
          Topics: Sixth Grade Options, Wakefield, Safety Upgrades, Tax Credits
        • November 25, 2019
          Topics: Howenstine PD Center, High School Expo, In Tune Newsletter, Bridges High School
        • November 20, 2019
          Topics: Wishes for Teachers, Legislative Priorities, News Stories, Sahuaro Expo
        • November 12, 2019
          Topics: Welcome Mr. Burke, Veterans and Heroes, Letter Grades, School Psychologists
        • October 22, 2019
          Topics: New Board Member; Vaping; Social Workers; STEM Club; EEF; Sports; Lila Downs
        • October 4, 2019
          Topics: Thanks, Dr. Stegeman; Social Media Threats; Subs; Shark Tank!
        • September 27, 2019
          Topics: Pueblo Stadium, Dr. Lettes, CED's, Schumaker Wins, Superintendent Forum
        • September 18, 2019
          Topics: Steps to Success, Water Restored, Verizon Grants
        • September 11, 2019
          Topics: Family Life Curriculum Update, AZ Merit Growth
        • August 23, 2019
          Topics: 2019 Enrollment, Teacher Vacancies, Achievement
        • August 14, 2019
          Topics: Pueblo Warriors, Santa Rita Eagles, Manzo Ecology, School Safety, and Welcome Back!

        2018-2019 Podcasts and Newsletters >>

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        Meet Your Superintendent

        Photo of Dr. TrujilloDr. Gabriel Trujillo is the superintendent of the Tucson Unified School District. He is a lifelong educator currently in his 23rd year of service in public education, starting as a teacher at both the elementary and secondary levels in the areas of English as a Second Language, English Language Arts, and later moving into school and district level administration. Dr. Trujillo has served in numerous administrative roles including assistant principal, principal, human resources director, and as an assistant superintendent here in the Tucson Unified School District. For his work as the principal of Trevor G. Browne High School in the Phoenix Union High School District, the largest comprehensive high school in the city of Phoenix with over 3,200 students, he was recognized as a Rodel Foundation Exemplary Principal finalist in 2014 and was awarded the Phoenix Union High School District's Administrator of the Year award in 2015 for the impressive academic turnaround demonstrated by Trevor G. Browne High School under his leadership. 

        Dr. Trujillo accepted his current position as superintendent of Tucson Unified in March of 2017, where, after two years of service, the district demonstrated impressive academic gains as a quarter of the district's schools increased their letter grades for the 2018-19 school year, student achievement in math and English Language Arts increased by 5 to 8% for all tested grade levels on AZMERIT, and dual enrollment and advanced placement courses nearly doubled for the district's high school students. Under Dr. Trujillo's leadership, the district has increased the number of fully integrated schools to almost 30, has been granted partial release from court supervision in its long-standing Desegregation Order, has increased instructional spending to over 51%, has implemented extended day programming for credit deficient students at all of the district's high schools, and has implemented an aggressive expansion of music education and career and technical education programming throughout the district.

        As the leader of Southern Arizona's largest school district and Arizona's 2nd largest public-school system, Dr. Trujillo serves about 45,000 students and their families and oversees 89 schools and programs along with district departments and personnel. An Arizona native and long-standing advocate for public education, Dr. Trujillo is a product of the Peoria Unified School District and a proud graduate of Arizona State University, where he earned both his Master's and Doctoral Degrees in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. He has a commitment to academic success, access, and opportunity for every child, and a vision of excellence in customer service and family and community engagement for the Tucson Unified community. As Tucson Unified's superintendent, Dr. Trujillo has been recognized by the in 2018 for his support and commitment to the expansion of music education throughout the district and has been elected to serve as the President of the Arizona Association for Latino Administrators and Superintendents.

        Superintendent Goals

        The Governing Board approved these goals for the superintendent:
        1. Increase student enrollment
        2. Increase student academic achievement
        3. Increase the amount of district dollars associated with classroom instructional spending in line with the Arizona Auditor General’s criteria
        4. Decrease the number of classrooms without certified teachers of record
        5. Improve school climate and safety

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