Under the leadership of Dr. Grant Litfin, the Administrative Services Department consists of Educational and Information Technology, Career Technical Education (CTE), District robotics and coding initiatives, and the coordination of student transfers.
Administrative Services encompasses, but is not limited to, Measure S technology, Districtwide technology standards, teacher & student tech resources, and technology Requests for Proposals (RFPs).
For more information, call (714) 730-7306.
- Portal Support
- Educational Technology
- Information Technology
- Career Technical Ed (CTE)
- Student Transfers
- Digital Citizenship
- Measure S
(714) 730-7301, ext. 51390
The Educational Technology Department is responsible for ensuring our schools use technology to prepare our students for success at work and in life.
Our mission is to support the mastery of core subjects and foster innovation in our classrooms. We believe technology can enhance teaching and learning through: Creativity, Innovation, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Communication and Collaboration.
We are committed to creating the support systems necessary to ensure student mastery of 21st century standards, assessments, curriculum and instruction. We will provide professional development for our teachers and administrators with a focus on the 21st learning environment.
You can visit our Website by clicking on the following link: TUSD Connect
The Information Technology Department is responsible for all of the technology in the District. A major responsibility is the designing, installing, and the maintaining of the networks at all of the sites, including the District Office.
Information Technology provides all internet services including Web, Web filtering, Google EDU, Microsoft O365, and e-mail for District students and staff.
In addition, the department sets the standards for the purchase of software and hardware, maintains over 24,000 computers and tablet devices, approves all purchase orders for technology, and serves as a resource for questions related to technology.
In an effort to maintain a safe online environment for students, as well as provide students with an understanding of the benefits and warning of an online world, Tustin Unified has adopted a Digital Citizenship curriculum by Common Sense Media. It addresses the following topics: Internet Safety, Privacy & Security, Relationships & Communication, Cyberbullying & Digital Drama, Digital Footprint & Reputation, Self-image & Identity, Information Literacy, Creative Credit & Copyright.
Every student in grades K - 12 will participate in digital citizenship lessons provided by their school. This information will be recorded in our student assessment database. The site they use is https://tusd.learning.powerschool.com/tusdconnect/...
Other resources that have been made available to teachers and parents are:
Digital Citizenship Scope and Sequence (PDF)
Main Web Page for the TUSD Measure S Bond Information:
The Tustin Unified School District Measure S Technology Bond was passed by voters in November 2012. Measure S provides locally controlled funding to improve classrooms, labs, instructional technology for high student achievement.
Measure S funds are used to upgrade facilities for career training in science, technology, engineering, math, skilled trades, and other in-demand fields; helps attract and retain qualified teachers; protects the quality of education in TUSD, modernize classrooms, science labs, instructional technology, benefitting ALL TUSD students.
All Measure S funds support TUSD schools only and are not used for administrator's salaries. A Citizens' Oversight Committee and annual audits ensure proper spending of funds.
For more information, contact the TUSD Administrative Services Office at 714-730-7306 or follow the link above for more in-depth information.