Tustin Unified School District COVID-19 Dashboard
The Tustin Unified School District and its schools are committed to providing accurate and transparent information regarding COVID-19 cases on its campuses and work locations, while also maintaining privacy and confidentiality for its students and staff. The data below represents the number of confirmed active COVID-19 cases among District students and staff on its campuses (in-person instruction only). This data will be updated regularly.
Vaccine Mandate for School Employees and Volunteers
On August 11, 2021, the California Department of Public Health issued a Health Officer Order requiring all employees in public and private school schools serving students in grades TK through 12 must provide proof of being fully vaccinated for the COVID virus or submit a weekly negative COVID test beginning October 15, 2021. The order can be found here: Order of State Public Health Officer
For the purposes of this order, “workers” includes “volunteers who are on site at a school campus supporting school functions.” This will include adults who volunteer in classrooms, in on-campus PTA events such as appreciation luncheons and awards events, in snack bars at sporting events, etc. If you need clarification whether your volunteer service is covered under this order, please contact your school office.
Reporting Instructions and What Families Can Do to Limit the Spread
If a member of your household tests positive for COVID-19 or is awaiting test results, please keep your child at home and notify your school. If your child has any symptoms associated with the coronavirus, make sure they stay home and get tested if necessary. Anyone with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should remain at home in isolation for a minimum of 10 days plus at least 24 hours after the resolution of fever (without fever-reducing medication) and improvement of other symptoms. A doctor’s note will be required to return to school if returning before the 10 days quarantine. It will take a concerted effort to keep the students, staff and families safe.
In addition to health and safety measures taken on campuses, we encourage families to be proactive and to reinforce the importance of handwashing, physical distancing and face coverings to limit the spread of the coronavirus. TUSD schools and staff will maintain confidentiality and protect student privacy, following all FERPA protocols.
Communication Process in the Event of Positive Cases
In the event there is a positive case, affected individuals will be contacted directly by their school or District staff with self-isolation directions and other important information. Families of students who are not affected will not receive a notification letter and no action will be required. Please note that the District will only communicate and provide data for confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Resources and Information
For additional questions about the coronavirus, visit the Orange County Health Care Agency website, https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/ or call the 24/7 Nurse line at 1-844-GET-CHOC.
Please continue checking your email and other sources of communications from your schools, which have been providing school and class specific information. For detailed information and updates regarding safety procedures, read the TUSD's School Opening and Safety Plan.
Tustin Unified’s top priority is to provide the education to its students while maintaining the health and safety of students and staff.
COVID-19 Compliance Documentation
- COVID-19 Safety Plan
No-Cost COVID testing
11am - 4pm
|Tustin High School||1171 El Camino Real, Tustin, CA 92780
At the back “overflow” parking lot of the high school located on the corner of Orange St. and San Juan St.
11am - 4pm
|Beckman High School||3588 Bryan Avenue, Irvine, CA 92602
At the basketball courts located in the back of the school off of El Camino Real.
All TUSD students, families, and staff should practice good health hygiene which includes washing your hands, staying home if you are sick, avoiding close contact with people who are sick and covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your sleeve (not hands).