WELCOME TO THE SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
Dear TUSD Community,
With honor, gratitude and enthusiasm, I am pleased to continue to be part of Tracy Unified School District in my new role. As we anticipate the start of the 2022-2023 school year, this will mark my ninth as an administrator in Tracy Unified.
This time of year is always a special time of year for me and for a school district: new students, new staff, new relationships, and new opportunities. Tracy Unified welcomes new staff who come from as far away as India and some of whom are returning to a city with which they have fond connections. The diverse backgrounds and experiences of our newest team members build upon the dedicated, caring staff that characterizes Tracy Unified School District.
As we look forward to this new school year, as we reflect and learn from the past, as we prepare for the arrival of our students, we come to TUSD with a common purpose: to ensure our students are receiving a quality education. I eagerly collaborate with the Tracy community and the District as we work together to strive daily to give our students the best—our best.
I am excited to continue our work together. Thank you for the privilege.
Rob Pecot, Ed.D., Superintendent
MEET THE SUPERINTENDENT
2022-Present: Superintendent, Tracy Unified School District
2020-2022: Associate Superintendent, Business Services, Tracy Unified School District
2018-2020: Director, Student Services, Tracy Unified School District
2014-2018: Principal, Kimball High School, Tracy Unified School District
2012-2014: Associate Principal, Delhi High School, Delhi Unified School District
2008-2012: K-12th Grade Counselor/Athletic Director, Delhi High School, Delhi Unified School District
2006-2008: Director/Professor, Student Activities, Leadership and Development, Stanislaus State
2002-2006: Coordinator/Professor, New Students, Academic Advisor, California State University Stanislaus
1. Prepare all students to be well-rounded individuals with the knowledge and skills to pursue their college and/or career goals.
2. Hire, support, develop, train, and sustain district employees who create a singleness of purpose focused on maximizing students’ academic, social, and emotional potential.
3. Apply fiscal, operational and community resources to ensure a safe learning environment that supports staff and student goals.