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800 W. Carlton Way, Tracy, CA 95376 

209.830.3319 - Main Office

209.830.3320 - FAX


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Announcements and Events
Sign Up for Free and Reduced Meals
If your child was receiving free or reduced lunch last school year and is no longer receiving this benefit this school year, then you will need to complete a new lunch application. Please come by the office and pick up a new application. Thank you.
Please remember to call in your child's absence to the Attendance Hotline on a daily basis to report why your child id not in school. This is very important part of knowing that your child is safe as well as tracking attendance.


Common Core State Standards
The Common Core is changing the way we teach our students, and changing the types of work our students are doing.  To find out more about the Common Core, visit the TUSD Common Core Information Page.
Another great common core website is This site has great resources for parents. 


  • No School - Spring Break
Monday, April 17
  • No School - Spring Break
Tuesday, April 18
  • No School - Spring Break
Wednesday, April 19 
  • No School - Spring Break
Thursday, April 20
  • No School - Spring Break
Friday, April 21 
  • No School - Spring Break
Thursday, May 11
  • Mrs. Verduzco Field Trip
Friday, May 12
  • AR Pizza Party
Friday, May 19 
  • Minimum Day 12:40 pm Dismissal
  • End of Third Trimester
Friday, May 26 
  • Minimum Day 12:40 pm Dismissal
  • Last Day of School





Spring has sprung here at McKinley School. We are entering a very busy time where students in 3rd thru 5th grade students have started SBAC testing.  We are very proud of our students’ progress. We are confident the students will continue to improve. You may be wondering how you can make this process a positive one for your student. Here are some suggestions:
· Make sure your child goes to bed early each night. Adequate rest helps children to avoid fatigue. 
· Pack an extra snack for your child to enjoy during breaks, children’s
      appetites seem to increase during testing.
· Encourage your child to do his/her best.
· Stress to your child that although the testing is important, you are confident in their ability to do their very best. 
· Make sure your child is in school and on time each day.  Students who arrive late will disrupt the testing environment and this causes additional stress to the child.
· Talk to your child daily, asking how he/she feels about the testing.  Showing your interest will increase your child’s desire to achieve. 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at
Carla Washington