15 September, 2021

Due to a recent rash of attempted registrations by many obviously fraudulent email names/addresses, auto-registration for this site is closed. 
If you wish to register, please use the “Contact” link in the left column and include:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • email address
  • A description of your relationship with Project MORE and/or TUSD Alternative Ed. Schools.  (Student/Teacher/Staff/etc.)
  • Dates attended or an explanation of why this is not applicable
  • Graduation Year or an explanation of why this is not applicable.


After this information has been reviewed and verified, a email will be sent to the address provided with a user name and temporary password.

9 August, 2021

Major revisions to make the website responsive on handheld devices have been completed.  More “tweaking” is necessary to improve the visibility of individual sections, but all content will remain accessible while this is in progress. 

Check back occasionally to see the “work in progress.” (You may need to clear your browser’s cache to see the changes.)  Until then, this site remains “Under Construction.”

22 June, 2021

Greetings fellow MOREons!

With this brief respite from our “Shake ‘n Bake” temperatures, we begin to long for those cool days of Autumn, and what better way to spend a relaxing October day than at an Alumni Picnic.

The pandemic forced us to cancel in 2020 but things are beginning to look up, so we’re going to give it another go.

This year we’re back at Ft. Lowell Park (Ramada 1) and as always, we will bring the usual picnic supplies. We’ll have burgers and dogs and drinks (and if we run low, we’ll send out for MORE.)
If you can bring a side dish, great! If you can’t, come anyway! (Sorry, we can’t provide for special diets.)

Saturday, October 23
Ft. Lowell Park ramada #1 (near the playground)
11:00 – 3:00

This is a family event, and our ramada is near the playground, so bring the kids!

Attendees will be expected to follow whatever health guidelines are in place on the day of the picnic. Tucson Parks and Rec has a no glass bottle policy so if you bring beverages, please stick to plastic or metal containers.

Expect to see more annoying reminders as the date grows near 😉