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MUSD invites public to view, comment on textbooks before use

Two new textbooks for consideration at MUSD Schools (Source: Marana Unified School District) Two new textbooks for consideration at MUSD Schools (Source: Marana Unified School District)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The public is getting a chance to preview and give their opinions on a new text book, before it is being used in the classroom.

According to Marana Unified School District (MUSD) officials the public will be able to see two new textbooks – one for a sign language class at Marana High School - Bird of a Different Feather & For a Decent Living; and the other for an EMT course at Mountain View High School - Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured, Tenth Edition.

The textbooks are available now for public viewing, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the MUSD Office of Professional Practice (11279 W. Grier Rd., Ste. 121A, Marana, 85653).  The books will be available through May 19. 

The public is invited to provide any questions or comments to:

Marana Unified School District

The Curriculum Management Team/Office of Professional Practice

11279 W. Grier Rd., Ste. 121A; Marana, AZ  85653

Or by phone: (520)-682-4745 ext.2745 or fax: (520)-682-1000

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