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Black History Month
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Kids in ELOP Program
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Family Info Night
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James Peterson and Assemblyman Juan Alanis
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Festival on the Green
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Student in playground
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The Grinch
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Girls linking arms
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THS Band
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Kelly Clarkson Show
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Mark de la Motte Field Dedication
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Ballet folklorico dancers
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Student petting llama
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Student with lion
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Color Guard
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Students in front of an aircraft carrier
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Students holding Start with Hello signs
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Football players carrying flag
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Medeiros Red Carpet
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Student at a table getting college information
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TUSD Shows Up
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Our Mission & Vision

Turlock Unified School District will deliver effective instruction in a safe, equitable, supportive environment in partnership with our families and diverse community.  All students will become self-motivated, responsible citizens who graduate college and career ready.

News & Events

Festival on the Green

Come out to Pitman High School on Saturday, March 16 for our annual Festival on the Green music festival. Vendor information now available!

Family Resource Center

The new TUSD Family Resource Center is a hub of support that will provide resources, programs, and services based on the needs and interests of our diverse families.

Spotlight

From Our Community

Dana Salles Trevethan, Superintendent

The first bell will ring on August 14th, and our schools and classrooms will be ready to educate and inspire scholars and engage families. TUSD will continue to foster safe, inclusive cultures where connections and input matter most; everyone’s voice is equally important, particularly when it comes from a place of heart, resolution, and respect—it sets us up for effective, productive partnerships that work positively on behalf of scholars, families, and our school communities.