All TUSD schools are smoking and vaping free. As of November 1, 2022, students that are vaping or in possession of vaping paraphernalia at school or school-related activities will be suspended, required to attend a two-hour Substance Abuse Education Class, and have a parent conference prior to returning. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Student Services.
NEW Student Accountability for Smoking/Vaping
EC48900h Tobacco Possession/Use (Chewing, Smoking, Vaping)
1st Incident - Notify Parent/Suspension 1-3 Days/Referral to Substance Education
2nd Incident - Notify Parent/Suspension 3-5 Days/Restorative Conference
3rd Incident - Suspension 5 Days/Restorative Conference
Student Accountability Charts
The following Education Code indicates the types of student accountability responses that may apply to each incident. Timely responses may be applied for initial or repeat incidents. Progressive responses and student reflection time when applicable, are listed for repeat incidents at each school within the respective education code policy. Administrators use this code as a guide for consistent student conduct expectations at each school and throughout the District. The student accountability responses are not intended to substitute for the judgment of professional personnel based upon initial due process provided students, knowledge of the student's conduct history and education code regulations. Safety and security of all will be of highest priority. Every effort will be made to understand the cause of a student's misbehavior in order to provide alternatives to suspension and/or expulsion.