- Online Student Enrollment
- Portal and Data Confirmation Instructions
- Undocumented Students and Families: The Facts
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 view the online student enrollment process for details.
Please use this Aeries Online Enrollment link to enroll a new student. Enrollment is not complete until you bring all paperwork into the school's office. Please view the student enrollment information for required documents and forms.
Please view the TUSD immunization information for details.
If you or someone you know is in need of medical care and does not have medical insurance to cover the costs, there are various clinics and programs throughout Orange County that offer medical/dental services for free or at low cost. Please click on the following links to find the information that best fits your need.
Si usted o alguien que conoce necesita asistencia medica y no tiene seguro medico para cubrir los gastos, el condado de Orange tiene varias clínicas y programas que ofrecen servicios medicos/dentales gratis o a bajo costo. Por favor haga click en las siguientes paginas y elija el programa que mas le convenga a usted.
- Clinica CHOC Para Ninos - Free Immunizations and Physical Exams for Eligible Children
- CHOC Clinic at the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Ana - Free Immunizations and Physical Exams for Eligible Children
- Family Health Children's Clinic - Physical Exams for school, sports, camps for eligible uninsured children
- Hurtt Family Clinic - Free Immunizations and Physical Exams for Eligible Children
- County of Orange Health Care Agency - Free Immunizations and Physical Exams for Eligible Children
7th Grade Immunization Requirement - Tdap BoosterAll students entering into 7th grade will need proof of an adolescent whooping cough booster (Tdap) for school in the fall. This requirement can be met by receiving one dose of Tdap vaccine on or after the 7th birthday. Students will be excluded from school if they do not have proof of a Tdap booster immunization.
Parents can bring their students' immunizations at anytime to the health office and have their students' records updated. This new school immunization law affects all students in public and private schools.
Please read the Guide to Immunizations Required for School Entry for Grades TK through 12th for details.
Students will be able to purchase lunch at all schools in the Tustin Unified School District. Breakfast and lunch prices will remain the same as last year, according to Nutrition Services Director Teresa Squibb. The first day of school is Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017.
The school lunch prices for 2017-18 are $3 for elementary students and $3.25 for middle and high school students. All meals include a choice of entrees, fresh fruits and vegetables, and milk. Healthy a la carte snacks will be offered at the middle and high schools.
Additionally, breakfast will be offered at Benson, Guin Foss, Loma Vista, Nelson, Peters Canyon and Veeh elementary schools for $2; and Columbus Tustin, Hewes, Orchard Hills, Pioneer and Utt middle schools, and Beckman, Foothill and Tustin high schools for $2.25.
Students will be offered breakfast and lunch at no cost at the following schools – Beswick, Estock, Heideman and Thorman elementary schools; Currie Middle School; and Hillview High School.
The afterschool snack program will be available at Beswick, Estock, Heideman, Thorman and Veeh elementary schools; and Columbus Tustin, Currie and Utt middle schools.
Parents can prepay for their child’s meals by bringing a check or cash to the school office or creating an account on MySchoolBucks ($1.95 bank fee), an online prepayment service supporting student lunch accounts. Parents can monitor their child’s lunch account through the service for free. Elementary students access their accounts by entering their student number into a pin-pad at school when buying breakfast or lunch. Middle and high schools students access their accounts by scanning their ID cards or entering their student number into a pin-pad at school when buying breakfast or lunch.
Free and reduced-price meal applications will be distributed to students as part of the federally- and state-assisted National School Lunch Program. Meal applications are available online and the link is posted on the District’s website. Menus and nutritional information are posted on the TUSD Web site at http://tustin.healtheliving.net. For more information, call the Nutrition Services Department at (714) 730-7301, extension 396.