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With student and staff safety being our highest priority and in collaboration with the City of Tustin and the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA), we made the decision to close all school campuses within Tustin Unified School District tomorrow, Thursday, November 9. For tomorrow, no instruction will take place throughout the district. In addition, all preschools and daycares (Catalyst and YMCA) in TUSD will be closed tomorrow.
Loma Vista hosted their second successful food drive.
The Tustin Tiller Days is a beloved tradition, having been an annual event in our community since 1957. This three-day festival includes a parade that TUSD was honored to be a part of.
This week, families across TUSD joined us as we participated in National Walk to School Day on October 4.
Cabinet Members had the opportunity to thank some of our Maintenance and Operations Classified Staff at the recent Classified BBQ.
Tustin High School Girls Volleyball hosted their first Youth Night, welcoming athletes from our Elementary Girls Volleyball to The Barn at THS.
Tustin Unified School District announces its policy to serve nutritious meals every school day under the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, and Afterschool Snack Program.
This Week in TUSD, Tustin High School staff and students welcomed families to their Kermes. Held in conjunction with Report Card Night, the evening brought huge support from the community who joined in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. And at Orchard Hills, Mr. Nguyen’s eighth-grade science class test and refine their landing vessels, developed together through the engineering process. At Arroyo, TK and Kindergarten students explore feelings through color and story, building their social-emotional knowledge. Finally, Loma Vista students care for their campus garden, sketching their close observations and harvesting new vegetables to try.