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Welcome to Louis Bohn Elementary Home of the Sharks!


Louis Bohn Elementary School.  "Believe. Achieve. Succeed."

Preparing our students for their futures.


Vision Statement

The Louis Bohn Elementary School includes children, teachers, staff, families, and the community of Tracy who shall take part and support the education of our youth.  The goal of Louis Bohn School is to prepare each student as an independent, motivated learner who possesses the skills and values necessary to become a productive, successful, and caring citizen of the 21st century.

Students at Louis Bohn School take an active part in making educational choices to develop their individual strengths and interests. By assuming responsibility for their own learning and actions, students will become self-reliant and committed to personal excellence. By recognizing the talents and contributions of others, students will develop cooperation and service to others.

Teachers and support staff will provide these essential elements for learning;

  • High academic expectations
  • A safe learning environment
  • A strong literacy program
  • Opportunities for participatory projects and discussion
  • Timely, on-going interventions for at-risk learners
  • Instruction in the use of current technological tools
  • A strong partnership between home and school
  • Role models for good citizenship and guidance28

In such a nurturing and dynamic setting, each student will be prepared for the future.





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Tammy Christensen,  Principal

350 E. Mt. Diablo Ave.

Tracy, CA 95376

Phone: (209) 830-3300

Fax: (209) 830-3301


LCAP Community Input Meeting
Click here to view the invitation for the April 1, 2014 meeting for all TUSD parents, staff, and community members. 
Bohn Elementary School will be implementing a closed campus policy effective February 3, 2014.
Common Core State Standards
The Common Core is changing the way we teach our students, and changing the types of work our students are doing.  To find out more about the Common Core, visit the TUSD Common Core Information Page. 
Another great common core website is This site has great resources for parents.
 Parents  - New Car Seat Law Is In Effect!

Effective January 1, 2012, car seat laws have been revised.  The new law states that booster car seats will now be required for children up to age eight, or four feet nine inches tall.  Also, as a reminder, a 2008 California law made it illegal to smoke in cars when children 17 years old or younger are present.  The law was created to protect our most vulnerable from the dangerous effects of secondhand smoke.  



 For information regarding California's bicycle helmet law please click here.



For information on new pertussis vaccination requirements, click here.


To obtain an Intra-District or Inter-District transfer request form, please click here.




 Visiting Our School

We are happy to have you visit our school!  Please check into the office when you arrive on campus, sign in, and obtain a visitor's badge.