Annual Student Stakeholder Survey – 2015
The link below is to the annual student survey. In past years this survey was completed on paper, but this year we are using an online survey program. The survey can be accessed using a computer or a smart phone. This survey is part of Tracy Unified School District’s efforts to make our schools the best place for students to learn. The survey will be open until the end of the school year (May 29, 2015). Your honest opinion is appreciated.
Encuesta Anual para Estudiantes – 2015
El siguiente enlace es la encuesta anual de estudiantes. En los últimos años se completó esta encuesta en papel, pero este año estamos utilizando un programa de encuestas por medio del internet. La encuesta se puede acceder mediante una computadora o un teléfono inteligente. Esta encuesta es parte de los esfuerzos del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Tracy para hacer de nuestras escuelas el mejor lugar para que los estudiantes aprendan. La encuesta será disponible hasta el fin del año escolar (el 29 de mayo de 2015). Se agradece su opinión sincera.
Stein High SARC Report 2013-14:
All public schools are required to prepare and distribute a SARC (School Accountability Report Card). The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about each public school. A SARC can be an effective way for a school to report on its progress in achieving goals. The public may also use a SARC to evaluate and compare schools on a variety of indicators. SARCs are prepared with information from the previous school year. The 2013-14 SARCs can be obtained from the school website and district website at https://www.tracy.k12.ca.us/AboutTUSD/SitePages/SARC.aspx. Paper copies will be made available, upon request.
Parents, community members and staff
Dear parents, community members and staff below are the links for the LCAP Survey both in English and Spanish. Please take this survey, it will be available from March 16 to April 2.
English version of LCAP:
Spanish version of LCAP survey:
Please read the following information from Tori Verber-Salazar, San Joaquin County District Attorney.
The District Attorney’s Office has received complaints about fraudulent criminal activity targeting high school students. In particular high school seniors are being contacted via their cell phones and being advised that they have been selected to receive a college scholarship. The caller advises the student that to receive the scholarship the student must provide a bank account number and other personal identifying information. This is fraudulent criminal activity. Please inform the parents and students of the following:
1) This scam is currently ongoing.
2) Do not answer the phone if you do not recognize the number.
3) All scholarship awards should run through the scholarship/guidance office.
4) Never give out your social security number, bank accounts, CDL, addresses and personal information to someone who has initiated contact with you.
5) Only reply to written contact after you have confirmed with your school scholarship counselor.
6) File a crime report in your jurisdiction. Many agencies allow you to do this on line.
7) Be on alert. The caller is looking to steal the student’s identity in order to establish fraudulent credit cards, bank accounts etc
Download your copy here!
Students and Cell Phones
Cell phones and MP3/iPod digital music players are allowed on the school campus and at school sponsored events under the following conditions:
- During school hours, the cell and MP3/iPod digital music player must be used BEFORE SCHOOL, AFTER SCHOOL, at LUNCH, at BREAK, AND WALKING BETWEEN CLASSES.
- During class periods or assemblies, the cell phone and MP3/iPod digital music player must be turned off and out of visual sight in classrooms, assemblies, and in any other learning environment. Cell phones may not be used for any reason (including talking, listening, ringing, text messaging, checking the time, taking pictures, etc.) and must be powered off except with a classroom teacher’s expressed permission per BP/AR 6163.4.
- Students displaying or using cell phones or MP3/iPod digital music players in the classroom or inappropriately will be subject to disciplinary measures and be considered in defiance.
- Investigation of theft of any electronic device will not be investigated by school personnel; however, parents may file a theft report with the local police department.
Visitors on Campus
George and Evelyn Stein High School is a closed campus. Upon arriving at the campus in the morning, students are to enter and remain on school grounds. Students should plan to arrive on campus approximately 10 minutes before 8:00 A.M., the beginning of first period, and refrain from loitering in the residential and business areas adjacent to the school.
Students may not leave campus unless they have checked out through the office or through the work experience coordinator and obtained an off-campus pass prior to leaving. Failure to check out and receive an off-campus pass through the attendance office will result in being considered truant. Appropriate consequences will be assigned.
Consequences for exiting campus without a pass:
1) First Offense: Warning/Parent Contact
2) Second Offense: One-day suspension
3) Third Offense: Two-day suspension/Parent Conference
4) Fourth Offense: Three-day suspension