Secrist Middle School


As excitement continues to grow for Super Bowl LVII, GENYOUth, the national non-profit organization founded by America’s dairy farmers and the NFL to create healthier school communities, announced a major expansion of its Super Bowl LVII Mission 57: End Student Hunger community initiative. Tucson Unified School District is part of Mission 57’s larger commitment to providing schools throughout Arizona with a total of 57 Grab and Go equipment packages to help tackle food insecurity and increase physical activity.

The nine Tucson Unified School District schools that are receiving Grab and Go meal equipment packages include Morgan Maxwell K-8 School, Pistor Middle School, Pueblo High School, Catalina High School, Wright Elementary School, Myers Elementary School, Palo Verde High School, Dietz K-8 School, and Secrist Middle School.

Thanks to GENYOUth, Frito-Lay, Quaker, the PepsiCo Foundation, and the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee for their donation to our schools and for their commitment to support students in Tucson and across Arizona.

Upcoming Events
Professional Learning Days for Staff (No Classes)
Soccer (Boys & Girls) HOME
Soccer (Boys & Girls) HOME
Rodeo Break
What Makes Us Special
Secrist has built a community that respects each other, achieves academic mastery, and prepares for the future.

Secrist Middle School promotes teamwork, school pride, and the use of technology to maximize learning. The school has a strong arts program, with teachers helping students showcase their talents in visual arts, band, chorus, drama, and orchestra.

Classrooms at Secrist are student-oriented as well as technology-oriented. Teachers work with students to help them learn to take responsibility for their education and understand the importance of academics.