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Westview High School
Tolleson Union High School District

Welcome to Westview

Dear Westview High School parents/guardians: for information regarding transcript requests, enrollments, or withdrawals, please contact our school registrar, Rhonda Szoke. We are still registering for the 2022–2023 school year online. Thank you.

For notification letters regarding meal benefits, please contact Kimberly Luvisi.

A Message from Superintendent Nora Gutierrez

January 2023 Superintendent Message:

Dear Tolleson Union High School District Community,

I want to wish the community a happy new year. I hope that your holidays were truly a special time to get together with your family and friends. Most importantly, with all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, I hope you also had time to rest, relax, and unwind. I hope that 2023 is a wonderful year with many great moments for our students, staff, and their families.

As the second semester begins, I am excited to see our students smiling faces back on our campuses. I also look forward to all of the activities the second half of the school year brings. Our focus on student academic achievement will continue as we work to prepare students for college, career, and life. The second semester brings the continuation of winter sports, transitioning to spring sports, and before we know it, it will be time for year-end awards and activities leading up to prom and graduation in late May. I appreciate the commitment we share as educators and parents for the success of our students. It takes all of us working together, supporting our students, to ensure their success.

Allow me to share some good news. I am so proud to share with you that the Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association (ASPAA) recently named Mr. Juan Ceja, assistant superintendent of human resources, as administrator of the year! The ASPAA gives the administrator of the year award to an active participant of the organization who has distinguished themselves as a current human resources administrator by making a positive and productive impact to their school district, by having a significant impact on public education, and by sharing best practices and innovative ideas with colleagues in the human resources field. Mr. Ceja has certainly done that. We are extremely proud of him and his accomplishments.

News radio station KTAR surprised West Point English teacher Sydni Ward in her classroom. KTAR presented Ms. Ward with a check for $2,500 for being KTAR’s teacher of the month for October. KTAR radio personality Larry Gaydos and other KTAR staff made the check presentation and brought in donuts for the class. Several students said some very nice words in tribute to Ms. Ward about her dedication to her students. Congratulations, Ms. Ward, for representing West Point High School and the Tolleson Union High School District with pride!

I would like to mention that the student media programs at Copper Canyon High School and La Joya Community High School set new school records and were recognized among the best in the state at the Arizona Interscholastic Press Association’s high school journalism convention in November. Copper Canyon’s Aztec media program earned a new record 45 state awards, while La Joya’s Lobo media came away with 46 state awards and an additional trophy for state advisor of the year. Awards were given for work on yearbooks, newspapers, and video journalism with both programs featured in all three areas. La Joya and Copper Canyon collected the most awards of any two-district schools in the state. Both are also part of the career and technical education media department in digital communications. Way to go, students!

Important dates to note for the month of January:

  • Monday, January 9: Second semester begins (return to school)
  • Monday, January 16: MLK/Civil Rights Day Holiday (no school)

Just a reminder to check our district website, our Facebook page, and our Twitter feed for the latest TUHSD information.


Nora Gutierrez

Nora Gutierrez