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Pitman High Grad Tim Truax Elected State FFA Officer

Pitman High School graduate Tim Truax was recently chosen as the State FFA (Future Farmer's of America) Officer in Fresno at the State Convention.  He competed against 59 applicants through over a dozen rounds of interviews to be slated on the ballot as the top 12 candidates. The 600 delegates cast their vote for each office and the 6 winners were announced Tuesday morning in Selland Arena.

This is the second time in history of Pitman High School that we have had a State Office elected.  In 2006, it was Ryan Amaral.  Tim will serve the membership of the California State FFA for the next year giving leadership workshops, inspirational speeches, mentoring young members, and planning all of the State activities for FFA.  He will live at the FFA center in Galt, California beginning June 2015.

Please join the administrators, teachers, support staff and students in congratulating Tim Truax and wishing him the best in his new endeavor!

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Every Student Succeeding 2015

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The Every Student Succeeding program honors students in grades K-12 who have overcome serious challenges, succeeded beyond expectations or just won the hearts of their school staff.  This program is coordinated by the Stanislaus Office of Education each year and one of the nominees throughout the county will be selected to represent Stanislaus County at the region level ($1,000 scholarship) with the possibility in advancing to the state competition.

Please join the administrators, teachers and support staff in congratulating all of our students who were selected to represent TUSD in the Every Student Succeeding program.

 Student Name  Grade  School
 Angel Hernandez  3rd Grade  Brown Elementary
 Laila Saeed  5th Grade  Crowell Elementary
 Brittany Ann Woodburn  2nd Grade  Cunningham Elementary
 Adham Hamza  6th Grade  Earl Elementary
 Robert Verrinder  2nd Grade  Julien Elementary
 Rayden Rasmussen  4th Grade  Medeiros Elementary
 Damian Gonzalez  6th Grade  Osborn Two-Way Immersion Academy
 Janet Lopez  6th Grade  Wakefield Elementary
 Amelia Shannon  6th Grade  Walnut Elementary Education Center
 Sydney Simpson  7th Grade  Dutcher Middle School
 Raymond (Sunny) Rivera  8th Grade  Turlock Junior High School
 Garrett Carr  12th Grade  eCademy Charter @ Crane School
 Nathan Rohani  12th Grade  Pitman High School
 Daniel Bratcher  12th Grade  Roselawn High School
 Nohely Padilla-Aguiar  12th Grade  Turlock High School

TUSD Wants and Needs Your Feedback!

Turlock Unified School District is in the midst of revising our current Local Control Accountability Plans while planning for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years.  To help in our efforts, we would appreciate your specific feedback related to education at TUSD and prioritizing the State's Eight Priorities accordingly. TUSD is hoping to collect as much input from all stakeholders as possible so that our plans represent our students, staff, parents, and community and provide for the greatest amount of access, opportunity, and learning for all students in Turlock.  

Please take a moment to complete the applicable survey:

All Staff:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DQGLMPV

Students in Grades 7-12:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6LR6SK8

Parents/Community Members:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/69TQJGP

Parents/Community (Spanish): https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CQNPNXF

 

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Today: 4/25/15

College Courses for High School Students Offered for Fall 2015

Turlock Unified "A" Period 

CSU, Stanislaus Course Offerings

Fall, 2015

Begin Building Your College Transcript While Still in High School

COLLEGE COURSES

Turlock High School

Contemporary Moral Issues (PHIL 2400)

Pitman High School

Searching for America:  Intro to Ethnic Studies (ETHS 2050)

                                                           

  • Class sizes are limited to 25 students (Seniors given priority.  Juniors considered if space allows.)
  • Classes begin August 25, 2015 and conclude December 10, 2015
  • Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday during "A" period
  • Student access to technology required
  • All instructional materials provided; no cost to students
  • Requirements:  3.0 GPA in A-G coursework, on track for graduation, CAHSEE-Pass, and Principal/Counselor recommendation*

​*See your counselor for more information.


For more information contact: 

Dana Salles Trevethan

Assistant Superintendent/Educational Services

dtrevethan@turlock.k12.ca.us

(209) 634-0843

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Turlock Unified School District would like to thank all of the businesses and individuals who have donated materials, volunteered their time or provided funds to support the development of the ...more

Health Information for Parents on Enterovirus D68

Due to the recent outbreak of the enterovirus D68 which is associated with severe respiratory illness that has been especially harmful to children, we would like to provide resource information that is available to answer any questions you may have:

 

- Fact Sheet for Parents

- General Q & A's for the Public

TUSD Family Link

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The website address to access Turlock Aeries Family Link is:

http://tsd-abi1.turlock.k12.ca.us/parents/ 

The Aeries Family Link program is a valuable tool in communicating with the school staff concerning your students' academic success.  For information on how to sign up for the program, please check with the school office for more information. 

District Office Telephone Directory

General Info, Business & Payroll 209-667-0645
Assessment & Accountability 209-667-0898
Child Nutrition Office 209-667-9048
Educational Services 209-634-0843
English Learner/Professional Dev 209-667-2407
Headstart/Preschool Office 209-632-2857
Human Resources 209-667-0637
Maintenance & Operations 209-667-0578
Professional Development 209-667-2407
Special Education 209-667-8519
Student Services 209-667-0887
Technology & Data Systems 209-664-1138

 
 

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