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"Mi casa es su casa"


Welcome to the home of the Tucson High School Class of 1960 web site. Please bookmark this page or make a note of the address: http://www.ths1960.com/.

En Español: Bienvenidos al hogar de la clase 1960 de la escuela secundaria de Tucson del web site. Bookmark por favor esta página o anote la dirección: http://www.ths1960.com/.


There were approximately 560 of us who graduated in 1960. Scores of others were a part of the class but either graduated elsewhere, graduated later, or didn't graduate. But, once a member of this class, always a member of this class. This web site is dedicated to all of those who were a part of the class for any length of time.

We intend to keep this web site alive as a continuing tribute to our class. It will be a place where you can always find e-mail addresses, photos from the past, and information about plans for the next reunion.


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Take a look, we have more than 200 classmates listed in the e-mail directory. You may be able to contact some friends that you have lost touch with over the years.

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E-Mail Directory

If your e-mail address has changed or if you are not yet listed on the e-mail directory page, you can be added if you send me an e-mail.

PaulD@THS1960.com



Links To Other Pages:

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ReunionsTHS HistoryYearbook




April 22, 2014

We are approaching the one-year-to-go date for our 55th reunion. So it is time to get down to planning the details. We have a year. That is lots of time and we won’t have to rush next April. All classmates are invited to attend and participate. The meeting will be at the Sheraton on Grant, where the reunion will be held next April.

 

55th Reunion Planning Meeting

May 8, 2014

11:45am

The Sheraton Hotel (on Grant Rd.)

5151 East Grant Road

(Between Swan and Craycroft)

Please RSVP to Gary Freeman: glfreeman42@hotmail.com.



April 3, 2014


Sadly I must report that our classmate Bob Temple died this morning. He had been battling prostate cancer for the past year.

                                                                                       

This obituary appeared in The Arizona Daily Star on April 13, 2014:

Dr. Robert J. Temple 3/12/1942 - 4/3/2014 Robert Temple died April 3rd after a two-year struggle with prostate cancer. He lived these past two years with courage and dignity, teaching family and friends how to love and live despite obstacles. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Judith L. Temple; son, Datta Khalsa (Mari); daughters, Rebecca Kepner (Craig) and Elizabeth Dafferner (Alec); sisters, Sue Temple (Ed Deasy), Judith K. Temple (Carl Schwersinske), Irene Temple (Mike Redmond); beloved grandchildren, Sibri, Cadi, Luke and Wyatt; nephew, Seth Fischer; nieces, Rachael Reeves, Sarah Martinez and Leah Schwersinske. Also extended family members of his wife's family, the Lukmire clan, who thanked Judy for bringing Bob into their family and livening it up. Bob brought spirit and wit to any gathering. He had a deep and far ranging intelligence, and was especially knowledgeable in the fields of music, medicine and literature. Bob was a talented pianist and cellist who enjoyed entertaining family and friends with selections from Bach and Chopin to boogie woogie. He was an avid cyclist; he and Judy logged many miles on the tandem. He rode in El Tour de Tucson numerous times, and on a vacation to Europe rode some of the stages of the Tour de France. Bob was born in New York City and moved to Tucson with his family in 1944. He attended University Heights elementary school, Roskruge Junior High, and graduated from Tucson High in 1960. His undergraduate work was at the University of Arizona; he received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins and also did his residence in psychiatry there. Before that point, he had interned at San Francisco General and spent two years working in a prison hospital for the Public Health Service in Dallas. In Baltimore, after his residency at Hopkins, he taught at Sheppard Pratt Hospital as an assistant professor, and also practiced psychiatry and supervised clinics there. After his time at Sheppard Pratt, he had a private practice in Columbia, Maryland for many years. Bob led a life of emotional and professional fulfillment. He and Judy enjoyed their family and friends, travel, good wine, and Judy's excellent cooking. His family and friends will miss his wisdom, his energy, and his compassion. His friend Annette aptly cited a quotation from Shakespeare in her condolences: "He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again." A Memorial Service will be held in Columbia on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Donations in Bob's name may be made to prostate cancer research, or to any hospice. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel.



 

March 31, 2014

 

55th Reunion

 Attention: Photographer’s

 

 

BACKGROUND

At previous reunions, professional photographers were hired to take and sell photos from the reunion. The result at the 50th reunion was unsatisfactory for a number of reasons. People were not happy that they didn’t get their photo taken at the reunion by the photographer and those who did could not see the proofs before ordering from his web site. We were expected to order without seeing what we were buying. Few people ordered as a result.

 

However, there were quite a few classmates and their spouses/guests who attended the 50th reunion and took photos. We were able to gather as many of those photos as we could after the reunion. Most of those photos were quite good. We were able to use them to produce a nice portrait of every classmate and many of the couples. Here is a list of those who took photos and sent them in to be used for making the portraits and posting here on the web site.

Jack And Cathy Yovanov
Esther Bustamante
Fran Tegarden and Harry
Lorna Castor and Fred
Patricia Delfs
Paul Deutsch
Steve and Sharon Lew
Yvonne Tellez
Natalie Clark and her daughters

At a meeting held in Tucson after the 50th reunion, we discussed the photography issue and decided that we would handle the photography at the next reunion ourselves and not hire a photographer.

The plan is to recruit as many classmates as we can to take photos and send them in to Paul Deutsch and Patricia Delfs (who made the portraits after the 50th reunion). Those of you who volunteer to take photos will be assigned to cover certain areas and functions during the reunion. The more volunteers, the less work for any individual. Many people will be bringing cameras anyway; why not be a part of this project?

For more information about taking photos at the reunion, click on this button:   Photos

That page is designed to give all of the volunteer photographers some guidance in advance so that they will be ready and prepared to take good photos. Yes, we know that we are not professional photographers but the results we got at the 50th reunion were pretty darn good and in many cases, superior to what a professional photographer would provide.

To volunteer, click on this button: To Volunteer

 



March 28, 2014


Sandy Eckburg Thomas notified us of another classmate's passing. This obituary appeared in The Arizona Daily Star on Sunday, March 23, 2014:

                                                                             

Carole Sue Skaggs Elias Born October 16, 1941 in Indianapolis, IN died March 16, 2014 at her home in Tucson. Survived by her loving children, Steve (Gerry) Elias, and Joanne (Harry) Kallipolitis, both of Tucson; granddaughter, Cassandra; grandson, Brandon, and great-grandson, Dylan all of Tucson. Brother, Dale (Jean) Skaggs of Paris, TX; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, William C Elias, parents, Ralph and Ruby Skaggs, and brother, Paul Skaggs. Prior to retirement, Carole worked for Southwest Gas Corporation for 25 years. She was also an active member of the Daughters of the Nile, L.O.S, Chautauqua Unit and Royal Order of the Jesterettes of Sabbar Shrine Temple, Elks Lodge #2532. Memorial Service 1:00 p.m. Thursday, March 27, 2014 at the Sabbar Temple, 450 S. Tucson Blvd. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Sabbar Shrine Temple Transportation Fund, 450 S. Tucson Blvd., 85716. Arrangements by EAST LAWN PALMS MORTUARY.




March 25, 2014

If you lost your copy of the yearbook or haven't looked at your yearbook lately, take a look here:




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March 20, 2014

Kari An Salyer recently moved to Grass Valley, CA and sent us her new e-mail address:





kasalyer@yahoo.com


March 19, 2014

                       

Yes, it will be in the Spring this time. So mark your calendar. We realize that is a year from now but at least you can plan around those dates and not schedule trips or cruises or joint replacement, etc., on the same dates.  The hotel that has been selected is the Sheraton Hotel on Grant and we've just recently signed a contract and given them a deposit.

More information will be available as the details are decided.


A big pat on the back to Gary Freeman and Onofre Norton Schnack for spending a lot of time visiting and investigating hotels and other venues in Tucson.


March 1, 2014

Did you attend the 50th class reunion in 2010? Even if you didn't, take a look at these videos. They are now remastered in stunning high definition video.

 

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Portraits taken by many of our classmates who brought their cameras

 

 

 

Thursday: Getting everything ready

 

 

Friday Evening

 

 

Saturday Evening

 

Sunday afternoon

 


February 20, 2014

The movies in the late 1950s. We went to drive-ins a lot. We didn't really care what was playing, did we?

 

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Yeah, right! But there were some very good movies made in those years. Do you remember? You do? Which movie won the academy award in 1960? Can't remember?

 

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The answers are on the page we call Do You Remember,  Do You Remember  (about half-way down the page).

 



December 13, 2013


Ex-Tucson High, Pops maestro 'Bucky' Steele dies.

Charles “Bucky” Steele, the influential leader of the Tucson High Marching 100 band who spent 25 years at the podium with the Tucson Pops Orchestra, died Monday in the Tucson VA hospital’s hospice unit. He was 91 and had battled Alzheimer’s since 2007.


Steele took over the Pops Orchestra from founder Georges DeMeester, who had clocked in 25 years at the podium and was ready to dissolve the group if Steele hadn’t stepped up. Steele, with his wife, Jeanne, as his emcee, went on to build the orchestra’s financial support and audience for its “Music Under the Stars” concerts at Reid Park.


“What he did was he saved that orchestra from falling apart when he took over. It was ready to dissolve,” Steele’s successor, László Veres, said.


Steele, who was born on a ranch in rural Scottsbluff, Neb., and was raised around horses and livestock, came to Tucson in 1958 to teach band at Tucson High. It took him no time to immerse himself in Tucson’s music scene, taking jobs in any band that would have him, including the TSO, the Tucson Opera orchestra and the Flagstaff Festival Orchestra.


“His whole life was music,” Jeanne Steele said. “His first job was when he was in fifth grade with an adult band at kind of a dive in the middle of the countryside. They had the screens up so the beer bottles wouldn’t hit them.”
Steele led the Pops for 25 years before retiring in 1997 when he was 75 years old. He had a reputation for being something of a taskmaster among his musicians — from the Tucson High Marching 100 band members he led for 23 years to the professionals who moonlighted from the Tucson Symphony Orchestra to play in the seasonal Pops Orchestra.


“He liked to yell,” said TSO violinist Fran Veres, László’s wife, who played in the Pops under Steele in the early 1980s. “But everybody understood it because it was a job.”


“He could quickly silence 100-plus squirrelly students as well as all our horns and drums with one certain facial expression that we all understood very well,” recalled Robin Calkins Gwozdz, whom Steele made the first female drum major at Tucson High in 1977.


But Steele always did it with humor — often biting and sharp — and rarely did students take offense, Gwozdz said in an email interview.


“He was always inspiring. He brought in other artists for us to play with, and he would give us opportunities outside our comfort zones because he knew we were excited about trying new things,” added Gwozdz’s sister, Carol Calkins, who played piccolo and flute under Steele at Tucson High and on occasion in the Pops after she graduated in 1972. “He celebrated people’s talents and their unique possibilities.”


In addition to his wife of 44 years, Steele is survived by three sons, Bruce Steele of Oklahoma, Chuck Steele of Dos Cabezas and Steve Steele of Tucson; a brother, Joe Steele of Nebraska; a sister, Ruthanne Hooper of Nebraska; and seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.


A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Jan. 11 at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 2450 E. Fort Lowell Road.


Steele was the sixth member of the Tucson Pops family to die in 2013. Dorothy Spence died in early June, and the orchestra lost its primary cheerleader and fundraiser, Dave Sitton, and musicians Richard Leek (double bass) and Rebecca Son (viola) in August. Violinist Harriet Cirzan died on Nov. 14.



November 25, 2013

I received an e-mail from Dina Dias Almazon letting us know that our classmate, Frank Yslas, passed away a few weeks ago.






November 9, 2013

I received an e-mail from Rudy DeLagarza with a new e-mail address:


rdelagarza03@gmail.com



October 13, 2013

Janice Brooks, now Janice Moore, notified us that she and her husband John are moving back to Tucson from Montana. Congratulations Janice, welcome home.




September 29, 2013


I found this posted on Facebook. It is the lunch counter menu from Woolworth from 1957. The most expensive thing on the menu was 65¢.






September 3, 2013

A message from Patti (Dunlap) Cota-Robles:

The refurbishing of the "T" at Tucson High was victoriously accomplished thanks to all of the loving support we received from THS Alumni. I have attached a flyer with the before and after pictures.

The "T" was illuminated last Thursday during the first football game of the season. There was a special ceremony and John Warnock, President of the Class of 1959, gave a short dedication. The Class of 1959 donated the original "T" 54 years ago. I am sure this "T" will last for another 50-plus years.

We have the names of all of the donors and we will give you a great "T" shirt in gratitude for your support.  If you donated to the refurbishment of the "T" please respond to this e-mail and give me your name, address, and the size of "T" shirt you want. Dickie and I will mail your shirt to you. The sizes are S, M, L, XL, XXL.

All of you wonderful supporters will also have your name put on a plaque that will hang in the main hall at THS. How Cool!

We Love You,

Patti (Dunlap) Cota-Robles


The Refurbished T





August 29, 2013

Our classmate, Mike Siegel, is to be inducted into the Badger Hall of Fame in October.


Mike was nominated by Gary Freeman and Gary sent this from the nomination letter:

Michael Siegel arrived in Tucson in 1954 from New York. He attended MANSFELD Junior High and graduated TUCSON HIGH SCHOOL in 1960. At THS he was in the first Advance Placement courses ever offered for Chemistry and Physics, WAS THE MASTER OF CEREMONIES FOR THE SENIOR FOLLIES, and the Baccalaureate Speaker at graduation.

MICHAEL earned his bachelor's degree from Cornell University, received a medical degree from The Chicago Medical School in 1968, spent two years as an National Institutes of Health (NIH) fellow in radiology at Temple University, FOLLOWED BY a two-year NIH fellowship IN NUCLEAR MEDICINE at Johns Hopkins University AND THEN FOUR years there as an assistant professor of RADIOLOGY/Nuclear Medicine. HE served two years as a major in the Air Force during the Vietnam War.

Dr. Siegel, a FULL PROFESSOR, has been on the faculty of the Keck (USC) School of Medicine for 37 years. He founded their nuclear medicine residency program, is the immediate past Director of the USC Division of Nuclear Medicine AND CHIEF OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE AT FIVE HOSPITALS SIMULTANEOUSLY. He has authored over 250 peer-reviewed publications and contributed chapters to 23 medical textbooks. Dr. Siegel has been married for 47 years to Marsha. They have a TWO CHILDREN AND 7 grandchildren.

He INVENTED THE Amplatz Siegel Pneumatic Radiology Pressure System to visualize smaller arteries of the extremities on angiography. Dr. Siegel PERFORMED the world's first Multigated Acquisition Scan, (MUGA) a test to look at cardiac function without dyes or catheters AND THE FIRST THALLIUM SCAN in the US. BOTH OF WHICH NOW ACCOUNT FOR ABOUT 50% OF ALL NUCLEAR MEDICINE PROCEDURES PERFORMED DAILY THROUGH THE WORLD. He pioneered Peripheral Vascular PERfusion Imaging USED to determine whether a leg ulcers caused by NARROWED blood vessels can heal with medical therapy , rather than amputation.

Last June he was awarded the most prestigious honor given by the American College of Nuclear Medicine, a Lifetime Achievement Award. Leading up to their award, while Chief of Nuclear Medicine at USC, Dr. Siegel traveled the world sharing his expertise, making over 180 presentations at medical meetings.





August 25, 2013

I received an e-mail from Cenobio (Pete) Robles with a new e-mail address:


August 25, 2013

Cenobio (Pete) Robles also reported that he was looking at the obituaries on the Arizona Daily Star's web site and saw the name Gloria Galarza Duarte there. She passed away on April 28, 2013.

The obituary reads as follows:

Gloria Galarza Duarte peacefully went to be with our Lord surrounded by family. She is survived by husband, Andy Duarte; son, Raymond Pacheco; daughters, Gloria Pacheco and Tracy Cavazos; brothers, sisters, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was a Tucson High graduate, retired from TMC after 38 years. Those who knew her loved her personality and good sense of humor. Her life was strong and so was her heart. Our lives are now torn all apart. We will miss you a lot and you are so loved. Our beautiful mom, an angel above. Mom rest in peace, we love you and God Bless you. Mass will be offered Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine's Cathedral, 192 S. Stone Ave.






August 6, 2013

Larry Ellermann sent in his new e-mail address.



July 25, 2013

From today's Arizona Daily Star in the Sports section: (read down the list until you see a familiar name):


Pima County Hall of Fame: Cats coach Lopez heads class of 14 set for induction
Andy Lopez has spent more time as the UA baseball coach than anything else. He has plenty of reasons to consider Tucson as his permanent home, and now he has another. The Pima County Sports Hall of Fame announced Wednesday at the Holiday Inn that Lopez, a three-time national coach of the year, is included in its 14-member Class of 2013, which will be formally inducted on Oct. 27.
"This is special," said Lopez, who has coached the Wildcats since 2001 and led them to a national championship in 2012.
"Our kids have grown up here, our kids have graduated from the UA, and we feel like this is home so it is kind of neat to be honored."

More than half of the inductees were, like Lopez, selected for their success as coaches, including longtime Pima College men's soccer coach David Cosgrove. Here's a look at them:
Henry Barraza
• Graduated from Tucson High and then the UA with a degree in education before going on to become a successful youth and elementary school coach in several sports since 1977.
Gary Clifford
• Before he became a member of the professional rodeo, Clifford played football and wrestled at Pueblo High from 1955 to 1959. He holds the single-season school records for points and touchdowns and the single-game mark for rushing with 206 yards.
Gary Cohen
• Once ranked the No. 34 tennis player in the country by the USTA, Cohen won a singles, doubles and team title with Canyon del Oro High from 1983 to 1986 and then helped Northwestern win its first Big Ten title in any men's sport in 25 years.
David Cosgrove
• Has been the Pima College men's soccer coach since 1998 and has led the team to 10 top-15 finishes nationally and more than 200 wins. Cosgrove, who also co-founded the Tucson Soccer Academy, led the team to the national finals most recently in 2011 and is a five-time conference coach of the year.
Paul Dull
• Won eight state swimming titles at Palo Verde High and, after serving in Vietnam with the Army, returned to Tucson to teach and coach for more than three decades where his biggest accomplishment was leading the Cholla boys basketball team to the 1993 state title.
Joel Favara
• Running back helped lead Tucson High's football team to back-to-back state titles in 1951 and 1952 and was selected to play in the All-American game before going to Oklahoma A&M where he suffered a career-ending injury and went into coaching.
Joseph Katusz
• Coached Pueblo High's wrestling team to the 1968 state title and had more than 20 individual state champions.
Bob Klingenfus
• Umpired numerous baseball games at every level over 50 years, including more than 80 UA-ASU games.

Chuck LaVetter
• Spent more than 35 years coaching, most of which came at Eastern Arizona College, where he accumulated more than 500 wins in men's and women's basketball.


John Mulay
• Crowned 14 wrestling state champions and won two team titles over 36 years at Pueblo High and was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2005.
Joe Petroshus
• A three-sport standout at Tucson High from 1965 to 1969, Petroshus was an All-America, All-State and All-City half back in 1968. He went on to play football at the UA where he led the team in rushing as a junior but had his career cut short with an injury.
Tom Pierson
• Taught and coached for more than 30 years at Apollo Middle School, Rincon/University High and Sahuaro High where he is still helping out with football and wrestling
John G. Ruiz
• Coached Canyon del Oro High to six golf state championships and 13 division titles over 23 years in addition to being an assistant for the state championship football teams in 1976 and 1977.





July 15, 2013

Thanks to Steve Lew for sending me a new e-mail address for Sammy Lee.


samlee908@yahoo.com





July 11, 2013

Tom Baron has a new e-mail address:


tnbbaron1995@yahoo.com





June 24, 2013

Thanks to Esther Bustamante Jacobson for getting Rebecca Rico Mantano to send us her e-mail address.



rebeccamontano@aol.com



June 18, 2013

Once again some sad news; our classmate Janice Postillion passed away today following a massive cerebral hemorrhage.

Since the end of May, our THS classmate Janice Postillion had been vacationing in Europe with her husband, Mick Toney.  We believe it was last Sunday, June 9, that Janice suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage.

 

As you can imagine her family and friends are devastated.  It's been more than difficult.  Please join us in offering prayers and good thoughts for Mick and Janice, their family, friends and for all who love her.

 

One more note:  If you have access to Facebook, you might want to look at her wall.  People have posted photos and Janice, herself, posted two photos from their current trip. Her Facebook account is under Janice Postiglione.  Postiglione and not Postillion?  Some time ago Janice took back her family name, Postiglione.  (This may seem trivial, but she specifically told me that the “e” is silent in her last name.)

   





April 29, 2013

Some of us remember a classmate by the name of Mike Early. Mike died while climbing a nearby mountain on his 16th birthday along with two other Boy Scouts. A book was published a few years ago about that tragedy and the search that followed. It was written by the sister of one of the other two scouts who died that day. The title is "Death Clouds On Mt. Baldy."

Thanks to Butch Farabee for telling us about this book and letting us borrow his copy long enough to read it and scan the cover. Butch participated in the search and is mentioned in the book.

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April 18, 2013

Sad news again. I received information today that our classmate and drum major Fred Baker passed away last night.
This obituary was published in The Arizona Daily Star on April 18, 2013:

                                           

Fred S. Baker well known throughout southern Arizona, died on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 in San Diego following complications from a heart transplant operation. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Virginia H. Baker, and their three children, H. Robert Baker, Katherine Hamilton Baker, and Frederick William Baker, and also by his daughter, Rebecca Clark, and his niece, Carey Baker. Fred was born in Tucson, Arizona on July 22, 1942. He graduated class of 1960 at Tucson High School, where he played clarinet and was drum major of the marching band. This helped cultivate his lifelong love of music. He then attended Claremont Men's College, graduating with a B.A. in Economics in 1964. Upon graduation, he partnered with his father in owning and operating a cattle ranch in Sonoita. Fred Baker was a conservationist in deed and spirit. This evolved as a natural consequence of his stewardship of the land as a rancher. In 1974 he was named Arizona's Range Manager of the Year, awarded by the Society for Range Management. He was appointed to seven gubernatorial commissions, among them the Arizona Governor's Rangeland Advisory Council, the Governor's Commission on the Arizona Environment, and the Arizona Game and Fish Commission. Fred served the cattle industry in numerous capacities, including as president of the Southern Arizona Cattlemen's Protective Association. In 1985, Fred transitioned from ranching into real estate, joining Headquarters West Ltd., where he would later be a co-owner. He worked to structure many land deals in ways that would preserve the beauty of the Sonoita area. Notably, he assisted in land exchanges that led to the creation of the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area. Fred Baker's deep commitment to civic responsibility was evident in more areas than environmental conservation. As clerk and chair of the Board of Trustees for the Sonoita School District and as a director of the Santa Cruz County Fair and Rodeo Association, he promoted education and recreation in his community. He served on the Empire Ranch Foundation Board of Directors, chairing their bylaws and nominating committees, and sharing his ranching expertise with docents-in-training. He was appreciated as a problem solver and an effective leader by those who knew him well. His family remembers him as a true individual. We will miss his sense of humor and his terrific smile. We will remember him for his ability to listen, his loving nature, and his devotion as a husband and parent. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations in his memory be made to the Tucson Symphony.

April 14, 2013

You might want to take a look at the Badger Foundation's web site. Click on this link to go to their web site: Tucson High School Badger Foundation Web Site. Our classmate, Marilyn Ash Tarrant is and has been a member of the Board of Directors for a number of years.


March 31, 2013 Updated

Other THS classes' web sites you may wish to visit:

1953    http://www.ths53.com/

1958    http://www.ths1958.com/

1959    http://www.ths1959.com

1962    http://www.tucsonhigh1962.com/

1963    http://www.alumniclass.com/tucson

1965    http://www.swtraffic.com/ths

1969    http://www.classreport.org/usa/az/tucson/ths/1969/

1975    http://www.reuniontime.com/reunions/az/tucson/ths/1975/

1980    http://www.thsclass80.com/

 

Some of the other schools in Tucson you may be interested in checking out:

 

Mansfeld http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/Mansfeld

Roskruge: http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/Roskruge

Safford: http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/Safford

Alice Vail: http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/Vail

Spring: Alas, Spring is no more and there is no link to click on.

Sam Hughes Elementary School: http://www.samhugheselementary.org/

Miles Elementary School: http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/Miles/

Peter Howell Elementary School: http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/Howell/

 

Tucson Unified School District: http://www.tusd.k12.az.us/

(Any others that should be listed here?)



July 13, 2012

 Here is the link to Tucson High School (now called Tucson High Magnet School)

http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/thms/

 

What's Tucson High like today? Take a look.



February 29, 2012

Did you loose your THS diploma? Would you like a replacement? (I sent an e-mail to each of the officials listed on the diploma but none of them responded, so I assume it is OK to make replacements.)

If you would like one made for you, I'll be happy to do it. All you have to do is send me an e-mail with your name as you would like it printed on your diploma and your mailing address.

 

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