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School Visitors

Parents/guardians and other guests of the district are welcome and encouraged to visit TUSD schools. Visitors must respect the learning environment however and maintain proper behavior and decorum. (EC 51512)

  • All visitors shall report to the office and “sign-in” to notify staff they are in the building or on school grounds.
  • The principal or designee shall provide a visible means of identification for all individuals who are not students or staff members while on school premises.
  • Visitors shall return to the office and “sign-out” before leaving the campus.

Disruption of the orderly process of the school is prohibited. In accordance with Penal Code 626.7, the principal or his/her designee is authorized to deny access, ban or bar future access, and remove or request the removal of any visitor whose behavior is disruptive to the educational/ working environment of the school.

Visitors to any of our campuses who have been denied access or who have been asked to leave may schedule an appointment to appeal to the Director of Student Services at (209) 667-0887 daily between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm.

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President's Weekend - HOLIDAYS - NO SCHOOL

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There will be NO SCHOOL

Thursday, Feb 11th -

Monday, Feb. 15th

 

See you on TUESDAY, February 16th!
 

Message from the Superintendent

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Date: January 22, 2016
To: TUSD Community
In the aftermath of senseless mayhem recently experienced by victims from around the world and country, it is important to note that our District recognizes such acts of violence are never to be dismissed nor should their impact be allowed to subside. Traumatic events in schools, places of worship and public gatherings create a climate of fear and concern for all of us. This is especially true in the minds of children, adolescents, and adults whom become confused and frightened and feel in danger or worry that friends or loved ones are at risk.
School Safety and the health and well-being of our students have been and will continue to be of our District’s highest priority. We continue to research and seek information from actions taken during all tragic events in schools and elsewhere in order to incorporate those which are the best fit for our district culture and philosophy. TUSD takes pride in its traditional commitment of providing a safe, welcoming atmosphere for our school community—one dependent on consistent, ongoing vigilance by staff and administration. While our schools are not impenetrable fortresses, we have taken all possible precautions to secure buildings, embed safety measures, and train staff to proactively manage challenging situations in a proactive manner.

 

Every one of our TK-12 campuses actively plan, prepare and drill for situations that are perceived as dangerous or threatening. Comprehensive emergency plans for each site are evaluated annually, upgraded periodically and approved by the TUSD Board of Trustees. We continue to consult with our local law enforcement officials and greatly appreciate their partnership. TUSD employs many security measures to provide safe, secure campuses. Two School Resource Officers, assigned to our comprehensive High Schools, are sworn Turlock Police Officers available as first responders to support administrators’ efforts in resolving serious violations of Education and Penal Codes on our fifteen campuses. Campus supervisors and site administrators consistently conduct thorough, responsible investigations with involved students and witnesses to help resolve situations of misconduct and dangerous behavior.

 

Additionally, our district has many programs in place that guide staff in handling medical emergencies, campus disturbances, and incidents of bullying or student misconduct.

 

Students, parents, or staff may report bullying to staff or administration at their school of attendance; the report may be made anonymously or in strict confidence. Site administration shall investigate and apply appropriate interventions and consequences which may include re-teaching behavior expectations, PBIS strategies, counseling, parent conferences, detention, work detail, and/or suspension. The goal in every incident is to positively change behavior. Exclusion from school, such as suspension, is a consequence of last resort. The steps as outlined above, coupled with site and district staff’s heightened awareness of our school community, are having a positive impact as evidenced by the decline in student misconduct, bullying, and harassment across the district. Rest assured that all reports of aggressive behavior or bullying are taken very seriously and investigated as high priorities. TUSD has partnered with parents, staff and local law enforcement to provide a safe learning environment for all of its 14,000 students and 2000+ employees. We will continue to do everything necessary to ensure that this safe environment continues unabated.

 

In the event of any emergency, information will be publicized through various outlets including the district website at www.turlock.k12.ca.us, the TUSD Facebook Page and school messenger. You can also read about anti-bullying and safe schools procedures by accessing these very same venues.

 

Best,
Dana Salles Trevethan

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Fecha: 22 de enero, 2016

 

Para: Comunidad de TUSD

 

A raíz del caos sin sentido recientemente experimentado por las víctimas de todo el mundo y el país, es importante tener en cuenta que nuestro Distrito reconoce esos actos de violencia son para no ser despedidos ni se debe permitir su impacto a disminuir. Los eventos traumáticos en las escuelas, lugares de culto y las reuniones públicas crean un clima de temor y preocupación para todos nosotros. Esto es especialmente cierto en la mente de los niños, adolescentes y adultos quienes se confunden y asustan y se sienten en peligro o se preocupan de que los amigos o seres queridos están en riesgo.

 

Seguridad escolar y la salud y el bienestar de nuestros estudiantes han sido y seguirán siendo de máxima prioridad de nuestro Distrito. Continuamos con la investigación y recabar información de las acciones tomadas durante todos los eventos trágicos en las escuelas y en otros lugares con el fin de incorporar aquellas que son la mejor opción para nuestra cultura y filosofía del distrito. TUSD se enorgullece de su compromiso tradicional de proporcionar un ambiente seguro y acogedor para nuestra comunidad escolar - uno dependiente en consistencia, el personal y administración en vigilancia continua. Mientras que nuestras escuelas no son fortalezas impenetrables, hemos tomado todas las precauciones posibles para proteger edificios, incorporar medidas de seguridad, y capacitar al personal para gestionar proactivamente situaciones difíciles de una manera proactiva.

 

Cada uno de nuestros planteles de TK-12 planea activamente, se preparan y practican para situaciones que son percibidas como peligrosas o amenazantes. Planes de emergencia integrales para cada plantel son evaluados anualmente, actualizado periódicamente y aprobado por la Mesa Directiva de TUSD. Seguimos consultando con nuestros agentes del orden locales y mucho agradecemos su colaboración. TUSD emplea muchas medidas de seguridad para proporcionar planteles seguros, y protegidos. Dos Oficiales de Recursos Escolares, asignados a nuestras Escuelas Preparatorias Comprensivas, son Oficiales de la Policía de Turlock juramentados disponibles como primera respuesta para apoyar los esfuerzos de los administradores en la resolución de violaciones graves de los Códigos Penales y de Educación en nuestros quince planteles. Los supervisores del campus y los administradores del plantel realizan constantemente investigaciones exhaustas, y responsables con los estudiantes implicados y testigos para ayudar a resolver situaciones de mala conducta y comportamiento peligroso. Adicionalmente, nuestro distrito tiene muchos programas puestos que guían el personal en el manejo de emergencias médicas, disturbios en el campus, e incidentes de intimidación o mala conducta del estudiante.

 

Los estudiantes, los padres, o el personal pueden informar de la intimidación al personal o la administración en su escuela de asistencia; el informe se puede hacer de forma anónima o bajo estricta confidencialidad. La administración del plantel deberá investigar y aplicar las intervenciones y las consecuencias apropiadas que pueden incluir expectativas re-enseñanza de comportamiento, estrategias de PBIS, consejería, conferencias con los padres, detención, detalle de trabajo, y / o suspensión. El objetivo en cada incidente es cambiar positivamente el comportamiento. La exclusión de la escuela, tales como la suspensión, es una consecuencia de último recurso. Los pasos como se indica arriba, junto con una mayor conciencia del personal del plantel y el distrito de nuestra comunidad escolar, están teniendo un impacto positivo como lo demuestra la disminución de la mala conducta del estudiante, la intimidación y el acoso en todo el distrito. Tenga la seguridad de que todos los informes de comportamiento agresivo o intimidación se toman muy en serio y se investiga como de alta prioridad. TUSD se ha asociado con los padres, el personal y oficiales del orden público para proporcionar un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro para todos sus 14,000 estudiantes y 2000+ empleados. Continuaremos haciendo todo lo necesario para asegurar que este ambiente seguro no ha disminuido.

 

En caso de cualquier emergencia, la información se hará pública a través de varios medios incluyendo la página web del distrito en www.turlock.k12.ca.us, la página de Facebook de TUSD y el mensajero escolar. También puede leer acerca de anti-intimidación y procedimientos seguros de escuelas mediante el acceso a estos mismos lugares.

 

Sinceramente,


Dana Salles Trevethan

Yearbooks


 

Julien Elementary Yearbook

2015 - 2016 School Year

 

After February 1st the

price increased to

$18.00

 

Please make checks payable to:

Julien Elementary School

Yearbooks will be delivered

in May 2016.

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Wednesday Morning Openings

Please don't forget to join our staff

and Dr. Persons

every Wednesday morning at 8:35

on the blacktop for

announcements, flag salute, and

some awesome

music!

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Welcome Back!

Welcome Back

Julien Mustangs!


Our weekly schedule is

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

8:35 am - 3:10 pm

 

Wednesday's

8:35 am - 12:20 pm

 

 

View Students Speaking Out Video

Students Speaking Out Video
Stanislaus County phone number

1-866-602-7463
 www.stancrimetips.org click on Students Speaking Out. 

Transitional Kindergarten (TK)

 

Do you have a child born between

September 2, 2010 and December 2, 2010?

If so, your child qualifies for

Transitional Kindergarten (TK).

To find out more about the Turlock Unified School District TK Program for 2015-2016 check out our link:

http://turlockusd-ca.schoolloop.com/transkinder

School Accountability Report Card

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To review the 2014-2015 School Accountability Report Card for this school:

SARC - English

SARC - Español