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Suggested Supplies*

Elementary: K-5

  • 4 notebooks/composition books OR a binder with at least 4 dividers
  • Headphones or earbuds
  • Computer/iPad/Tablet for HOME USE (with printing capabilities)
  • Basic supplies for daily use: pencils, crayons, scissors, glue, sticky notes, lined paper, highlighters

Middle School: 6-8

  • 4 college rule notebooks (at least 70 pages) - one for Science, Language Arts, Math, and Social Studies
  • 2 college rule composition books - one for a reading journal and one for a writing journal
  • Headphones or earbuds for class use
  • Computer/iPad/Tablet for HOME USE (with printing capabilities)
  • Basic supplies for daily use: pens, pencils, sticky notes, lined paper, colored pencils, highlighters

High School: 9-12

  • One college ruled notebook per subject (including P.E.)
  • Headphones
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Computer/Tablet 
  • Basic supplies for daily use: pens, pencils, sticky notes, highlighters

*If you need any assistance getting supplies, we are happy to help provide them.  Please contact your teacher to pick up supplies.

 

Transcripts and Records 

There are two ways to get an official transcript: 

1.  ORDER ONLINE AT PARCHMENT.COM

Parchment.com is an online service that will send your transcript directly to the institutions you request.  It is the fastest and most secure method of transcript delivery.

*Please note that there is a small fee associated with this service.

2.  ORDER AT Tustin Connect Front OFFICE

The office can assist with preparing a sealed envelope containing an official transcript.  You will then be responsible for mailing the transcript to the specific institutions who require it.  There is no fee for this service, however please allow 1-2 days for processing.

Also keep in mind, you can always access Aeries to look at or print "UC-official transcripts.

 

 

Academic Counseling and Student Mental Health Services

If a student would like to receive academic counseling and/or mental health services, please contact our school counselor Robyn Wijnhamer via email at rwijnhamer@tustin.k12.ca.us or call 714-430-2052 ext. 52112.  

We also have a Tustin Connect Counseling Website dedicated to supporting our students and their families.  Check it out.  

 

 

Community College Request for Course Credit

Students at Tustin Connect are permitted to earn college credit while concurrently enrolled at high school with no fee.  In order to do so, the course must not be currently offered at Tustin Connect, and the student must be enrolled in at least 4 classes at Tustin Connect and 1 or 2 classes at the local Community College to maintain full time status and be eligible to take advantage of this opportunity.   This is recommended for juniors and/or seniors.  Keep in mind that 1 college class = 10 high school credits. It is important to consult our school counselor prior to taking any classes to insure which courses will count toward graduation and/or support your college application.  Prior to submitting approval, please be sure to complete this form and return pages 3 and 4 to the counselor/principal prior to requesting or with approval request.  If you need help with applying to our local community colleges, check out this step by step guide.   

 

 

Dual-Enrollment
 

Overview

‚ÄčThrough Tustin Connect, students in good standing may obtain permission to take up to two classes at the  high school in their attendance area.  Parents/students may request particular classes and/or periods; however, the schools will make the determination based on availability and enrollment at the time of the request.

Policies 

Students must maintain passing grades in all the classes they take at Tustin Connect and the high school of residence.  If a student is failing a class at any point in the year, the administrator from Tustin Connect and the high school will determine whether dual enrollment can continue.

Students must maintain satisfactory attendance in the classes they take at the high school and complete coursework on time at Tustin Connect.  If a student has unexcused absences or tardies in any month, or fails to turn in the Tustin Connect work on time, the administrator from Tustin Connect and the high school will determine whether dual enrollment can continue. 

Students must maintain satisfactory behavior/citizenship in the classes they take at the high school.  If a student receives less than a satisfactory mark in this area in any month, the administrator from Tustin Connect and the high school will determine whether dual enrollment can continue.

‚ÄčInter-district transfer students will not be able to choose their school for dual-enrollment. All inter district transfer students will be placed at Tustin High School. 

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255

Domestic Violence Line

National Domestic Violence Hotline 800 799-7233