In the Spotlight
At Tracy Unified School District, we are proud of our students and staff.
Please take a moment to read through their learning activities and exciting
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At North, 8th grade students, teach 5th grade students STEM how to be scientists.
Dad returns from the military and surprises his kindergarten daughter who hasn’t seen
him in 6 months!
WILLIAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL
WMS kicked off lunchtime flag football this week, hosted by our FACES staff.
WEST HIGH SCHOOL
Students enjoyed a night at San Jose State University. Thanks to the Boys and Girls club they toured the campus, the facilities, and spent the night watching the SJSU football game. WHS Marching Band performed at halftime alongside the top marching bands of Northern California!
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Having fun in the Wildcat Den!
Bohn Instruction Leadership Team prepares to
support & energize Bohn teachers in AdvanceSTEM. Our Kibo
robot made the planning
session extra fun!
Preschoolers have been enjoying the dramatic play area at the North State Preschool Program.
Through their play they are learning social skills.
Students are gearing up for their first STEM unit. They are learning to make predictions. “How will they save Humpty Dumpty
from his fall?”
VILLALOVOZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
4th grade students at Villalovoz on a virtual field trip with AgVenture learning about agriculture in the
San Joaquin valley.
Our Library celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and Mr. Webb’s 4th grade class STEM unit. Amazing learning in TUSD!
KIMBALL HIGH SCHOOL
Homecoming Week Starts Monday!
Monsters University is our theme.
MONTE VISTA MIDDLE SCHOOL
Our Food Service Workers serving it up to our cafeteria line!
STEM: Ms. Ortega's class is using Engineering to make pancakes!
Students in Mrs. DeCoite’s 5th grade class hosted their annual Native American Museum. Classes across campus and families were invited in to learn more about Native American tribes such as the Iroquois.
SOUTHWEST PARK ELEMENTARY
South/West Park students having fun during lunch recess with the new structured activities to keep them engaged.
POET CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
Poet students are poised and composed during Dance class!
TRACY HIGH SCHOOL
Ag/Sci Academy enjoyed a freshman community building field trip at SCJOE’s Durham Ferry outdoor classroom. We explored the biotic and abiotic features, including using the Seeker app by iNaturalist, to help identify different organisms. .
THS STEM Strong!
GEORGE KELLY SCHOOL
“3rd grade students exploring magnets and friction