Meet the Associate Superintendent
Dr. Casey Goodall received his Bachelor of Science Degree in English from Utah State University, his Masters Degree in Business Administration from Utah State University and his Doctorate from the University of LaVerne in School Business Management.
•1985-1993: U.S Navy Lieutenant Commander, Supply Corp.
•1994-Present: Associate Superintendent for Business Services, TUSD
- FACILITY RENTALS (209) 830-3297
- BUILDING MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS
- SCHOOL BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES & PURCHASING
- FINANCIAL SERVICES
Tracy Unified School District recognizes that its facilities are public buildings available to the community for rental when school and after school programs are not in session. Members of our community must submit a Facility Use request permit. Upon receipt of the permit, the facility use department will invoice a Non-Refundable Administrative Processing Fee. The processing fee is per day regardless of number of permits requests submitted. The fee is required before the permit can begin processing. Online payment is available by credit card. We do not accept tentative reservations. Please do not contact school sites or TUSD employees.
Please carefully read the AR 1330.1 Community Rental of School District Facilities Board Approved Policy prior to submitting your request for facility use. The use of TUSD facilities shall not be granted to individuals or unrecognized groups for personal or private activities. The district and its school sites have priority use of Tracy Unified facilities. Renters are required to pay rental fees, provide insurance requirements, and a security deposit. The policy consists of six tiers, based upon your organization type and proof of non-profit status; you are assigned a tier and charged accordingly. Tiers are organized from highest priority to lowest priority. City of Tracy organizations have priority over out of area organizations.
TUSD has an easy-to-use, cloud-based facilities permit program called Civic Permits. This program will allow you to submit your facility use permit requests over the internet. You will be able to track the status of your request online and upload insurance and documents.
To use the program, please visit: https://tracyusd.civicpermits.com and register for an account. See instruction document links below.
Facility Use rental requests must be submitted at least 30 days in advance for processing, and may only be requested for the current school year. The Tracy Unified School District Facility Use Department is responsible for handling the reservation process for all of the district school facilities. Only designated employees are responsible for approving facility use permits. The District and its School Sites reserve the right to deny usage of school equipment. The District reserves the right to cancel scheduled facility use activities to accommodate unanticipated conflicts with school activities, or to perform scheduled, emergency maintenance or facilities development projects.
For more information, contact the Facility Use Department at (209) 830-3297 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit 1875 W. Lowell Ave, scheduling an appointment is recommended.
Field Conditions Hotline:
Director of Maintenance, Operations & Transportation
Lydia De La Torre
Coordinator of Custodial Maintenance and Grounds
Secretary to the Director of Operations, Maintenance and Grounds
It is the Contractors/Vendors responsibility to check this website for addendums and project updates. The District is not responsible to notify the Contractor/Vendor for changes/addendums to the project plans or specifications.
Anyone who downloads a bid package from the Tracy Unified School District is responsible for notifying the Tracy Unified School District - Purchasing Department at (209) 830-3240 or email email@example.com in order to be placed on the list.
Financial Services Staff
Director of Financial Services
Download Materials Distribution Authorization
Flyers are approved for Non-Profit Organizations only.
Do you want to distribute brochures, flyers, etc., to a TUSD site or department? Let Tracy Unified share your flyer or brochure around our schools.
Fax a completed application and sample flyer to 209.830.3259.
Completed applications must include Non-Profit number in order to be processed.
Questions? Contact Sheryl Smith at 209.830.3230 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Download RECORDS REQUEST FORM
How to Use the District’s Records/Information Request Form
The California Public Records Act (Government Code Section 6250 et seq.) gives every person in the state the right to access information concerning the conduct of a public agencies business.
Tracy Unified School District requires that requests for public records and information be submitted in writing to the Superintendent’s Office during regular business hours. Business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. A district Records/Information Request Form has been created for this purpose.
This information is provided to define key terms relating to the California Public Records Act and to provide a step-by-step overview of how the process is to be handled in the district. For more information, contact Business Services at (209) 830-3230.
What is a Public Record?
A public record includes any writing containing information relating to the conduct of the public’s business prepared, owned, used or retained by any state or local agency regardless of physical form or characteristics. (Government Code Section 6252(d))
What is a writing?
A writing is defined as handwriting, typewriting, printing, photocopying, photographing, and every other means of recording upon any form of communication or representation, including letters, words, pictures, sounds or symbols, or combination thereof, and all papers, maps, magnetic or paper tapes, photographic films and prints, magnetic or punched cards, discs, drums and other documents. (Government Code Section 6252(3))
Good reasons for making a written request would include, for example, getting an initial refusal to an oral request or having a substantial list of documents you know will take some time to assemble.
People can inspect records on site and then put in copy orders
Ask to describe the record as precisely as possible, including the designation of any forms or reports with titles, date or dates, author and addressee if the tem is a memo or letter.
For questions on public information requests, please contact Sheryl Smith email@example.com at 209-830-3230.