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  Tracy High School

315 E. 11th St., Tracy, CA 95376

209.830.3360 - Main Office

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After School Learning Labs -

Once again, THS is proud to offer to all students Learning Labs in each content area! If a student needs a little extra help on an assignment, please let them know about our wonderful Labs! Students can attend all or part of a Lab session as they are drop in Labs. They must, however, come with work to do, be on task, and follow all rules. Labs are also a great place to study if students want to work in study groups with one another and have a teacher close at hand to help them should they need assistance.
 All Labs run from 3:20pm - 4:20pm
Social Science - Mr. Nunn - A218 - Tuesdays
Math - Mr. Hern - A109 - Wednesdays
Modern Language - Mr. Melgarejo - D102 - Thursdays
English - Mr. Musich - A207 - Wednesdays
Science - Ms. Del - E107 - Wednesdays
Find our Calendars 

Under RESOURCES (upper left of your screen) you can click on Event Calendar to see the school calendar.  As always - the BEST place for up-to-date sports information, directions, schedule changes and wonderful pictures click on Athletics

Wed - Fri, May 25-27 - Finals. Students released at 12:28 pm.
Friday, May 27 - All Seniors must be present for graduation practice. If you are not present you cannot walk in graduation. Report to the stadium at 8:00 am on Friday morning.
GRADUATION - Saturday, May 28th
Gates open at 7:30 am. Graduation begins at 9:00 am.
 Principal's Message 
Dear Parents and Students,
Spring has arrived and with it, Spring Break!  Tracy High School will be closed starting Friday, March 25th. Classes will resume on April 4th. With only two months remaining of school it is more important than ever that students are in class and focused on their studies. The end of the year is filled with both enjoyable and challenging events.  Many of our Seniors will be taking IB or AP tests in May, and all Seniors need to pass their final year of English and their Government/Economics class. At the same time, fun events such as Senior Beach Day and the Magic Mountain Trip will be happening.  Talk to your Senior about staying focused for these final months so they can participate in the activities as well as earn their desired grades to participate in graduation. Remember, all Saturday School hours must be cleared to walk in graduation.
For our students who are not Seniors, it is just as important to stay on track with attendance and grades.  Poor attendance at the end of this school year can result in Saturday School hours that might prevent students from participating in activities and sports next Fall. This last stretch of grades is equally as important as the first semester even though many students are experiencing “Spring Fever”.  For our Spring athletes and those in the performing arts, balancing school and their other activities can be overwhelming. Check in with your student, talk to them, and monitor Aeries for their attendance and grades. Your interest in their education will make a difference.
Have a safe and relaxing Spring Break with your family.
 Jason Noll, Principal