Doolen Middle School

School Photos - Celebrating the Solar Eclipse
Students at Doolen Middle School stepped outside of the classroom to experience the eclipse. A variety of eclipse-related activities occurred across the campus, including making a model of the solar event using cookies and sharing art created by students depicting how past civilizations viewed eclipses.
A Doolen teacher uses her special glasses to look at the eclipse
A student gives her presentation about the solar eclipse
A student smiles and points up at the eclipse.
Four boys work on a project using different Oreo cookies to replicate the eclipse
Three students stand outside looking at the eclipse with their special glasses
Upcoming Events

Our Calendar & District Calendars

Arroyo Chico AVID Block Party
Family Engagement Meeting
PTO Meeting
Last Day for Students
Last Day for Teachers
Memorial Day
Language Learning Symposium
Juneteenth (Observed)
Independence Day Holiday
New Teacher and Principal Induction
Arroyo Chico AVID Block Party
Join us from 5 - 7 pm on April 26 for the 2nd annual Arroyo Chico AVID Block Party at Catalina High School. Looking forward to a fun event for all!
Athletic Forms
Prospective Athletes Please Complete Forms marked by MS on the TUSD Sports Forms Page.
Only physicals dated on or after March 1st are valid for the 2023-24 school year.
Volunteer with us
Please complete the online application for the new school year!
School Schedule

School Hours:

  • 8:15 am – Earliest arrival
  • 8:50 am - 3:50 pm – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
  • 8:50 am - 2:50 pm – Wed (Early Dismissal)
  • Bell Schedule

If absent, please call 520-232-6902 to alert our attendance clerk. Arizona State Law requires that you report all student absences.

Fax: 520-232-6901

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What Makes Us Special
Teaching and learning at Doolen doesn’t just involve math, language arts, social studies and science. Our faculty and staff put a priority on building relationships between teachers and students so that the diverse population feels safe, comfortable and ready to learn.
Our objective is to shape productive citizens who can take part in society in a meaningful way. This entails building a common ground for students who come from a wide variety of backgrounds and come to the school with varying educational levels.

At Doolen we create a community that:
• Celebrates curiosity and lifelong learning.
• Honors and fosters diversity.
• Supports unity through a culture of civility and respect.
• Teaches the habits of personal success.
• Empowers productive citizens who make meaningful contributions.
Meet Monitor Francisco Harris!
Doolen monitor Francisco Harris smiles outside the schoolFrancisco Harris is a monitor at Doolen Middle School, and he plays a vital role in fostering a nurturing community within Doolen. He finds joy in the daily interactions with students and loves "watching them become better human beings." He also loves the staff he works with and the family atmosphere at Doolen.
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