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School Photos - Veteran's Day Ceremony
Soldier with Flag
Group of Students
Students in front of school kindness mural
Group of students singing
Student speaking to crowd
Student Speaking to crowd
Student Speaking to crowd
line of students
Group of students
Students holding sign saying Thank you for your service
Upcoming Events

Our Calendar & District Calendars

Memorial Day
Language Learning Symposium
Juneteenth (Observed)
Independence Day Holiday
New Teacher and Principal Induction
First Day for Teachers and Planning
First Day for Students
Professional Learning Days for Staff (No Classes)
Brain Bowl

Congratulations to the two Borman K-8 teams that competed in the 10th Annual African American Brain Bowl, for placing third and fourth in the competition!

The Borman A team is excited about the competition at the Brain Bowl

Volunteer with us
Please complete the online application for the new school year!
School Schedule

School Hours:

  • 7:45 am – Earliest arrival
  • Elementary 
    • 8:20 am - 2:30 pm – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
    • 8:20 am - 1:30 pm – Wed (Early Dismissal)
  • Middle
    • 8:20 am - 3:15 pm – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
    • 8:20 am - 2:15 pm – Wed (Early Dismissal)
    • Bell Schedule (in PDF)

If absent, please call 520-584-4602 to alert our attendance clerk. Arizona State Law requires that you report all student absences.

Fax: 520-584-4601

Borman Information
Supply Wish List
Mission and Vision
What Makes Borman Special

A mural, Be Kind is proudly displayed at the entrance to Frank Borman K-8 school. Borman is located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and serves military families. Teachers closely track comprehension and have cross-grade partnerships to ensure students are learning what they need for their grade levels and are ready for the next.

Serving the military community provides for some special moments: Parents are known to surprise their kids by showing up in class right after returning from overseas deployment.

Borman is the only Tucson Unified school on a military base.

Most Borman students walk or ride their bikes to school.