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Student ID Badges

Student ID Badge Policy (7th - 12th Grades)

Student ID Cards & Lanyards

In an effort to promote College and Career Readiness, students in seventh grade through 12th grade will have the ability to possess their ID cards in a number of ways-- on a lanyard, in their wallets, or in their pockets—while on campus in order to more closely mirror college, career and real-life expectations and procedures.

  • Students shall have their ID on them at all times. If students opt to wear a lanyard, it must be a TUSD one.
  • Students will need their ID to check books, verify identification if they commit an infraction or there is a reasonable suspicion they committed a behavioral infraction, they are referred to the Dean, etc.
  • If students repeatedly do not have their ID when it’s needed (no exact number but a pattern is recognized), they should be referred to the Dean.
  • The emphasis is on teaching students responsible behavior and holding them accountable to carrying an ID, not tracking their lack of an ID and tracking repeat consequences.

Example of District Issued Breakaway Lanyard

Example of District Issued Breakaway Lanyard

School Visitor Badges

As a matter of safety, anytime you are visiting a school campus we ask you to stop at the school office to first to sign in and receive a visitor badge to wear while on campus. This is a matter of safety for our students and staff.  Thank you for your cooperation with this safety procedure.

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