- Shirts, polo shirts or blouses should be solid red, white, navy or light blue. A Nelson T-shirt or sweatshirt is of course always acceptable.
- “Spirit Wear” is sold year-round.
- Khaki or navy blue shorts, pants, skirts, skorts or jumpers (Blue/red plaid is acceptable for skorts, skirts and jumpers.) Jeans/denim are also acceptable.
- Pants should fit well. No sweatpants or elastic waist band pants; Belts will not be required.
- Shoes must be closed-toed; tennis shoes are most appropriate
- Any color socks are acceptable
- Coats, jackets or sweaters of any color can be worn
- Girls may wear bike shorts/leggings to school under skirts and jumpers only
TUSD UNIFORM GUIDELINES
Students SHOULD NOT wear the following:
- Baggy trousers, shorts or skirts
- Low riding pants, shorts or skirts
- Logos on any clothing, including professional team names or athletic wear
- Clothing associated with gangs or illegal activities
- Bare midriffs (mid-section should not be exposed)
- Halter tops, spaghetti straps or bare shoulders (straps must be at least 2 inches wide)
- Clothes which allow undergarments to be exposed
- Tight or revealing clothes, see-through blouses or tops
- Sandals, flip-flops or slippers
- Make-up or tattoos
- Excessive or spiked jewelry, belts, etc.
- Un-natural hair color or hairstyles that cause a disruption
- Hats, stocking caps, hoods or head scarves
**Basic uniform clothes can be purchased at any store including Target, Macys, Kohl’s, JC Penney and Nordstrom.
If you have any questions, please call the Nelson office at (714) 730-7536.
Our District has developed a Wellness Policy that is focused on improving the health of students. The policy was developed with health and wellness advisory council that includes teachers, parents, students, administrators, guidance counselors, and the school nurse. View our Wellness Policy
Sharing the Message of Wellness
One of our goals is to share the message of nutrition and wellness via our department's Web site that emphasizes the importance of nutrition AND fitness. Our site provides information on the nutrition and fitness for teachers, parents, and students, as well as, a variety of learning tools.
Key Areas of our Wellness Policy
Balance is essential for any Wellness Policy. Key areas include:
- Nutrition Education
- Physical activity
- Other school-based activities that are designed to promote student wellness.
- Involvement of parents, students, representatives of school food service, the school board, school administrators, and the community in the development of the school wellness policy.
- Goals for nutrition education, physical activity, and other school-based activities designed to promote student wellness.
- Nutritional guidelines for all food available on each school campus during the school day.
- Assurance that guidelines for reimbursable meals will not be less restrictive than federal regulation and guidance issued by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
- A plan for measuring the implementation of the local wellness policy and designation of one or more persons in the district or at each school to oversee the implementation of the adopted wellness policy
Does the Tustin Unified School District have a Wellness Policy?
Yes! The district adopted a Wellness Policy in 2006. The policy applies to every school in the district. The policy assists schools in improving the health of students by promoting physical activity and access to nutritious foods.
Why is wellness important at school?
We know that healthy students learn better. Research has shown a strong link between student health and learning. Increased physical activity and healthy eating habits help students stay focused in school and can reduce and prevent overweight and obesity.
How can I help?
There are many ways you can help support the policy.
Show support for the policy. Spread the word and incorporate the ideas into your home life.
Fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, milk and 100% juice drinks are encouraged on campus. Candy, cupcakes, and sugary beverages are to be avoided during school hours (PLEASE do not send these to school, even for holidays and birthdays).
- Volunteer in your child’s classroom or in the school garden.
- Praise your child for their healthy choices. Ask what they chose from the salad bar at lunch. Ask what they did during recess and PE class.
- Be sure your child eats breakfast every day.
- Be a healthy role model. You can positively impact your child’s eating and physical activity habits by modeling healthy behaviors.
- California Department of Education
- Tustin Public Schools Foundation - TPSF is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to helping our school.
- Common Core State Standards Initiative - California is moving towards the "Common Core Standards" which are a set of high-quality academic standards in mathematics and English language arts/literacy (ELA).
- Common Sense Media - You can find age-appropriate and educational ratings and reviews for movies, games, apps, TV shows, websites, books and music.
- Onguard Online - Learn how to protect your personal information and devices online and on-the-go.
- Student Fees - The following website list documents which explain permissible school fees, fundraising, and donations.