Tracy Unified School District prepares our diverse student population to be college and career ready for the 21st Century by providing a quality-learning environment in safe, modern facilities equipped with the latest technological tools. Our world class, culturally proficient staff empowers students to reach their fullest potential and prepares students to solve real-world problems by utilizing best instructional practices and collaborating with the community, businesses and institutions of higher learning.
All students in Tracy Unified School District will become lifelong learners, responsible citizens, and leaders in the 21st Century.
Although the current power outages in San Joaquin County have not impacted our ability to provide online instruction at this time, we understand it could impact some students’ ability to access their online classes.
Teachers will be reaching out to their students with updated information and posting class materials online for students who are unable to attend their classes due to the power outages and students may be given extensions to complete their assignments.
With the current heatwave and the potential for future outages, we want to remind our students and families of the following tips to help you during the current or future outages.
Attention! TUSD requires a new meal application at the start of each school year.
UPDATE: FREE MEALS TROUGH DECEMBER 31ST!!
With Distance Learning we will still be providing both breakfast and lunch, distributed curbside. Even though it is free through December 31st, we still need you to fill out your application today!
We will be serving grab and go meals curbside at all school sites except Stein.
Lunch pickup times will be from 11:30 - 12:30.
You may drive-thru or walk up. Students must be present with their ID number to scan. Meals include lunch and breakfast
ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:
DO YOU NEED A WORK PERMIT?