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Student ID Badges

Student ID Badge Policy (7th - 12th Grades)

In an effort to increase campus security and safety, all TUSD 9-12 students are required to carry a student ID card in their pocket, purse, backpack or on a lanyard. TUSD lanyards may be provided for purchase at bookstore or office. All students shall carry or wear the ID/lanyard daily while on or about the school campus during school hours.  For safety purposes, all TUSD students shall present student ID card upon request by school staff.

 

Failure to carry or wear a Student ID Card while on campus will result in the following consequences, reset each quarter:

  • 1st Offense – Student does not have their student ID card.
    • Student will be sent to office immediately and issued a temporary student ID card and sent back to class.
    • The infraction is entered into Aeries.
    • Letter is generated and sent home.
    • At the end of the day, attendance will pull the student ID card related offenses from Aeries, enter the list into School Messenger and send the calls out on a daily basis (i.e., calls are made only for those receiving the initial warning and not the students in the second, third or fourth steps.)
  • 2nd Offense – Student does not have their student ID card. Student will be issued a temporary student ID card and a given a citation and detention.  A phone call home will be made by office staff.
  • 3rd Offense – Student does not have their student ID card. Student will be issued a temporary student ID card and given a citation and work detail.  Parent contact made by office staff.
  • 4th Offense - Student does not have their student ID card. Student will be issued a temporary student ID card and given a suspension pending a parent conference.

Guidance:

  • If lost, replacement student ID cards will be available for purchase at the respective sites.
  • Student ID cards shall be TUSD issued ONLY.
  • Lanyards shall have school logo or school color and ALL lanyards must have a break away clasp.
  • Lanyards shall be worn around the collar and NO clip-ons.

 

 

Example of District Issued Breakaway Lanyard

Example of District Issued Breakaway Lanyard

School Visitor Badges

As a matter of safety, anytime you are visiting a school campus we ask you to stop at the school office to first to sign in and receive a visitor badge to wear while on campus. This is a matter of safety for our students and staff.  Thank you for your cooperation with this safety procedure.

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