- What if my student is not feeling well while at school?
- Can my student use their Cell Phone at School?
- Forgotten School Items or Dropping Off Items?
- Forgotten Lunch or Dropping Lunch for your Student?
- Do you need to reach your Student during the school day?
- How does Orchard Hills handle Nut Allergies?
- How early can I drop off my student at school?
- How do I order a 2018-19 Orchard Hills Yearbook?
- 2018 Incoming Kinder & Elementary School Presentations
- Where can I get information regarding Transfers (Interdistrict & Intradistrict)?
- Before school
- After school
- After School
Parents may leave items in the office on the counter for students. Parents are to complete the form available on the counter. You can notify your student's teacher by email if the student needs the item before the end of school. Students are able to check in the office at nutrition and lunch to see if you have delivered their item. We will not be able to disrupt the classrooms to notify your child or deliver items to the room. An announcement will be made at the end of the day for any items left on the counter. Orchard Hills is not responsible for items left on the counter.If you are dropping off an item for your student to pick up, these items can be left on the counter INSIDE the Front Office. Please complete the form located on the counter inside the office and leave the item and form on that counter. You will find Pens, Tape and Instruction Sheets on how to leave items for your student.
For your convenience, we have a lunch cart for middle school lunches and crates for elementary school lunches located outside the office door. Be sure to put your child's name on their lunch. Please be sure to bring your student's lunch at least 10 minutes before lunch so your student will be able to enjoy lunch. We roll the cart onto the campus at lunch. Have a backup plan with your child should they forget their lunch. They can check to see if you left a lunch. If not, they can buy a lunch in the cafeteria. Orchard Hills is not responsible for any lunch left on the cart.
Please note that we do have Orchard Hills students that have Nut Allergies.
- Our cafeteria and vending machine does not serve any items that contain nuts.
- We have a lunch table designated as "nut free".
- We strongly encourage parents to avoid sending nutrition and lunch items containing nuts to school with their students.
- Please note that this notice includes ALL categories of nuts, not just peanuts.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Due to the importance of student safety, students may NOT be on campus prior to 7:15 a.m. Gates will be locked until 7:15 a.m. Students may enter the campus at 7:15 a.m. and need to go to the lunch benches and wait there until 7:40 a.m. At 7:40 a.m. a bell will ring and students may then go to their locker, enter the quad, or line up by their classroom. We appreciate your cooperation. This procedure is for the safety of your child and our entire school community.
2018-2019 Orchard Hills Middle School (Grades 6-8)Yearbooks
- Not sure if you ordered a Yearbook for your Middle School Student? Check the List HERE - this list includes order through October 16, 2018.
- Please click on the link HERE to order a 2018-19 OH Middle School (Grades 6-8) Yearbook.
- ONLINE ORDERS ONLY
- There will be NO OH Middle School (Grades 6-8) Yearbooks sold by cash or check at the end of the year.
Interested in being a part of the 2019-2020 Orchard Hills Middle School Yearbook Staff?
- Applications will be available in Winter/Spring 2019
2018-2019 Orchard Hills Elementary School (Grades K-5) Yearbooks
- Please click on the link HERE to order a 2018-19 OH Elementary School (Grades K-5) Yearbook.
- ONLINE ORDERS ONLY
- How to Access my Student's Information
- Online Student Enrollment
- Portal & Data Confirmation Instructions
All of your student’s information is available on your AERIES Parent Portal. Please familiarize yourself with this system, so you can communicate with your student’s teacher(s). The office may not be able to deliver messages to your student’s teacher or student in a timely manner, so communicating directly with your student’s teacher will be to your advantage. You can access your AERIES Parent Portal HERE.
Aeries AIR – Online Student Enrollment allows a parent to quickly start the process of enrolling a student for school. Information about the student such as emergency contacts, medical and language information will be collected. Upon completion, the student's information is electronically sent to the school. Please click here for instructions on how to enroll your child online.
To get started enrolling a new student, please click here. Please note enrollment is not complete until you bring all paperwork into the school's office. Click here for required documents and forms to complete the enrollment process.
Your current 6th grade child is required to submit proof of TDAP vaccine for entrance into 7th grade for the next school year 2017-2018. Thank you to the parents who have submitted proof of TDAP. Thank you for clearing your student early. The second letter of "Tdap Due" notification will be mailed to your home in March for those in need of Tdap.
Click HERE to access the form that needs to be completed.
If you scan proof of Tdap and wish to submit by email as an attachment, please email to: Lizette Quintanar Embarcadero at firstname.lastname@example.org who will clear your student.
"Without TDAP clearance, your child may not receive their first or second choice of electives and registration will be delayed"
- Free & Reduced Priced Lunch Program Information
- TUSD Middle School Lunch Program
- Breakfast & Lunch Menus
The National School Lunch Program is a federally-funded program that assists schools and other agencies in providing lunches to children at reasonable prices. In addition to financial assistance, the program provides donated commodity foods to help reduce lunch program costs. The United States Department of Agriculture is responsible for overseeing the program nationally. In California, the program is administered by the California Department of Education’s Nutrition Services Division.Students will be able to purchase lunch and milk at all schools in the Tustin Unified School District. Breakfast and lunch prices will increase 25 cents for the new school year, according to Nutrition Services Director Teresa Squibb.
“It’s the first price increase in three years even though food costs have increased five to seven percent each year,” Squibb said.