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CORONAVIRUS (COVID19) INFORMATION

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TUSD WILL CLOSE ALL SCHOOLS BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 17, 2020.

03.25.20 Parent Letter - English

03.25.20 Parent Letter - Spanish

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Educational Opportunities Page

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Virtual Counseling & Social Skills Resources

COMMUNICATIONS

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What is TUSD doing?

Tracy Unified School District is doing the following to stay current with this health issue:

  • All School Sites are CLOSED.
  • Extra cleaning of all of our school sites
  • All of our decisions are guided by the San Joaquin County Office of Education and San Joaquin County Public Health Department.
  • Communicating by email, websites, Facebook, text and phone messages.
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FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions
Dated March 25, 2020

Spanish: Frequently Asked Questions

Please review the FAQs for information. 
We will update this frequently.

HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR INFORMATION

under construction, coming soon

 

04.01.20 SENIOR FAQs

 

QUESTIONS?

If you have further questions regarding your student, please contact our Student Services Department at 209.830.3280.

Best Practices

  • Frequently wash hands with soap and water
  • Keep surfaces clean
  • Sneeze or cough into a tissue or your elbow
  • Keep your child home when they are sick 
  • Call your school if your child is staying home
4 STEPS HOW TO TALK TO KIDS

 

POSTERS TO PRINT

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Educational Opportunities Page

For students and families that prefer to view, download and/or print their own packets, the PDF’s will be available online at our

View Our Educational Opportunities Page
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If your student has an IEP, we encourage you to reach out to your student's case manager for further information or questions concerning your student.

Dyslexia Program: Sonday

We appreciate your patience at this time.

VIEW FOOD DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE

Meals are also available for students in the Young Adult Program

SPANISH FOOD DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE

are you planning to travel during spring break?

SPRING BREAK WILL REMAIN AS PLANNED.

With spring break and possible family vacations approaching, you should also be aware that the disease has spread to other countries and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued new travel warnings with increased concern for South Korea, Japan, and Italy.  Travel warnings from mainland China have have not changed. Additional travel warnings can be found here:

Please visit the CDC's Travel FAQs Page

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What is a novel coronavirus?

How to Wash Your Hands