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  Tracy High School

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

209.830.3360 - Main Office

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 Current Information  

 
Leadership Opportunities for THS Students:  Students interested in being a Class Officer for the 2015-16 school year need to attend a meeting on April 14th in room F101 during both lunches.
Students interested in being a Commissioner for the 2015-16 school year need to attend a meeting on April 28th in room F101 during both lunches.
 
Incoming Freshman interested in joining the Leadership Class packets will be posted on line shortly. Please check back.
 
Without Permission Inc. is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization dedicated to bringing awareness to the dangers of Human Trafficking in the Central Valleyhttp://www.withoutpermission.org/
Without Permission will be holding 11th and 12th grade student assemblies on April 2nd for students from all three high schools.
West High School will be held at 8:00 a.m.
Kimball High students will be bussed to WHS for a 9:30 a.m. assembly and
Tracy High School will have an assembly at 1:30 p.m. at Tracy High.
Without Permission will also be holding an informational event that evening at 6:30 p.m. at the Tracy First United Methodist Church located at 1610 East St.
The purpose of this meeting is to give parents and community members an opportunity to receive the same education that the students receive during the daytime assemblies
 
New California Assessment of Student Performance: This Spring Juniors will take part in The CAASPP in English Language arts/literacey and mathematics. This assessment will determine their Early Assessment Program (EAP) Acievement Level and provide you with an idicator of their predicted readiness to take college-level English and mathematics courses when they begin college. Attached is a letter from the California Department of Education. 2015 Early Assessment Program.pdf
 
Prom Information -  Prom Payment Information  2 payment options available
 
Option #1: To help with the overall cost of prom, you can make a down payment.
2/25/15-3/13/15 – First payment of $100.00
·       No paperwork required (Fines or Saturday school hours do not need to be cleared just yet)
·       You can pay the bookkeeper with credit card, money order or cash
3/16/15-4/16/15 – Second payment
·       Couple = $150.00 (remaining balance)
·       Single = $50.00 (remaining balance)
·       Paperwork required.  Fines need to be cleared and Saturday School hours need to be at 15 or below.
·       Paperwork is available in the bookkeepers office
Option #2: Pay in Full
3/16/15-4/16/15- Total payment is due
·       $250 per couple
·       $150 single
·       Paperwork is required. Fines need to be cleared and Saturday School hours need to be at 15 or below.
·       Paperwork is available in the bookkeepers office
 
Prom is on April 25th and will be held at the Scottish Rite Center in Oakland.  More information will be sent out at a later date.
What is included? Snacks, transportation, dinner, drinks, dessert, dancing, an amazing venue and memories to last a lifetime J
Refunds will not be given or name changes cannot be made after April 16th, 2015.
Any questions? Email Mrs. Carter at acarter@tusd.net.
 
NEED HELP WITH HOMEWORK OR TEST REVIEW??
This year THS is proud to announce the implementation of school wide Learning Labs! There are 5 labs on campus that are open from 3:20-4:20 for students to drop in for help on homework, classwork, test review, etc. Below is the schedule. Students do not need to stay for the entire hour, but they are welcome to if they need to.
For help in Math see Mr. Newton - A108 - Tuesdays
For help in English see Mr. Musich - A207 - Wednesdays
For help in Modern Language see Mr. Melgarejo - D102 - Wednesdays  
For help in Science see Ms. Del - E106 - Thursdays
For help in Social Science see Mr. Nunn - A218 - Thursdays
  

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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

 

                                                                                                                                                                                   

 
 
 
CURRENT EVENTS
SPRING BREAK - April 3 - 10, 2015 -  School resumes on April 13, 2015.
Thursday, April 16 - Final Prom Payment Due
 
 Principal's Message 
Dear Parents and Students,
 
Welcome to the seventh month of the school year!  February is a short month with only 28 days, and there will be no school on February 9th and 16th in celebration of Lincoln’s birthday and President’s Day.  
Tracy High School will start the month of February with our HOOPLA Week.  This is a celebration of Winter sports.  The week will start with a black light rally, and each day there are dress up themes for the students to show their school spirit and pride. The week will end with our Boys Basketball team playing St. Mary’s on Friday night, February 6th.  This should be an excellent match up with both teams vying for first place! Come out and support our Bulldogs! Following the game the HOOPLA dance will be held in the cafeteria until midnight.
Any parents of Seniors who are interested in help with financial aid forms for college, our Counseling Department is holding a Financial Aid night on February 11, 2015.  You must have an appointment to attend.  Space is becoming limited.  Call soon to secure your spot—209-830-3360 ext. 2002.
If you can, take a moment to check your student’s attendance on Aeries. If they have any periods they have missed that are not showing excused or cleared, they may have Saturday School hours.  Students with Saturday School hours must attend Saturday School to clear those hours. There will be Saturday School on February 21st and 28th only this month.  These hours carry over to the next school year for any student who is not a Senior, and all Seniors must have all hours cleared to be able to walk in graduation. Now is a good time to check up on your student’s attendance.
 
 
 
 Jason Noll, Principal