Tustin High School News
Week of August 28, 2023
This Week At Tustin High...
Who's House? Our House!
Congratulations to Tiller Football for bringing the trophy back home this past Friday night. It was a nail-biting game, but the Tillers came out victorious. Thank you to everyone who came out in support of our cross-town rivalry game and cheered on our team. It was such an explosive and positive energy and really exemplified that we are ALL part of the Tiller Team.
We hope you all will join us for our next home game vs. El Dorado this THURSDAY night at 7:00 PM.
This past week our Flag Football team made history! On Monday, they played their first game ever and brought home a win and the game ball. Flag football plays again this week on Monday and Wednesday.
Be sure to check out our Upcoming Dates and Events below for all athletics games and times. This season our Volleyball, Water Polo, Cross Country, and Tennis teams are working hard and showing their Tiller spirit pride. Come out and support our Tillers!
It was a busy week at Tustin High. This past week we also had the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Johnson, our TUSD Superintendent, to campus for classroom visits. Our students showed a remarkable level of engagement and enthusiasm for their learning journey. Active collaboration and teamwork were evident as they tackled challenges together, with our dedicated teachers guiding them in smaller groups to achieve their educational goals.
We couldn't be prouder of the incredible dedication and focus our students bring to the classroom each day and the dedication of our Tiller teachers. Their passion for learning is truly inspiring! Tillers are champions on the field, court, pool, AND in the classroom.
Here's to another exception week.
UPCOMING DATES & EVENTS
Lunch - Club Interest Meeting
3:15 pm - Flag Football vs. Katella (Annex)
3:45 pm - Girls Soccer Tryouts
Lunch - Oak Valley College Visit (Plaza)
3:15 pm - Girls Tennis @ Rancho Alamitos
3:15/4:30 pm - JV/Varsity Girls Volleyball vs Troy
3:30 pm - Boys Waterpolo vs Los Amigos
Golf vs Kennedy (Tustin Ranch)
WEDNESDAY LATE START SCHEDULE
9:15 am - Oregon State University Visit (Plaza)
3:30/4:30 pm - Flag Football vs Segerstrom
5-6 pm - MUN Kick-Off Night
6-8 pm - Back to School Night
Lunch - University of San Francisco (Plaza)
3:15 pm - Girls Tennis @ Katella HS
3:15/4:30 pm - JV/Varsity Girls Volleyball @ Esperanza
3:30 pm - Boys Waterpolo vs Laguna Hills
3:15 pm - Frosh Football vs El Dorado
7:00 pm - Varsity Football vs El Dorado
MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE
Club Applications Due
Labor Day - No School
7:00 pm - Homecoming Game vs Fountain Valley
8-11 pm - Homecoming Dance
TILLER NEWS TODAY
Join us at Back-to-School Night!
Parents & guardians, we look forward to seeing you at this Wednesday's Back-to-School Night! Below is our schedule for the evening:
4:30-7:30pm - Dinner Available for Purchase (Plaza and Parking Lot)
For your convenience, we have the following food available for purchase.
Tacos El Bandido Food Truck
A&I Catering 714 - bacon wrapped hot dogs
PTO - nachos and aguas frescas
4:30-7:30pm - Resource Fair (Plaza)
A number of local organizations with information about community resources and enrichment opportunities for students will be available.
5:00-6:00pm - MUN Kick-off (Cafeteria)
This meeting is for parents and guardians of students in the Model United Nations program.
5:30-6:00pm - Principal’s Welcome & Live Tiller Entertainment (Plaza)
Enjoy performances by Dance Team, PTO, Jazz Band, ASB and Cheer!
6:00-7:00 pm - Cookies with the Counselors (Library)
Meet our counselors and learn about the counseling program at THS! Sessions will begin at 6:00 and 6:30 pm. Interpretation in Spanish will be provided.
6:00-7:30 pm Classroom Visitations
Feel free to visit your student's teachers anytime during this time block. Please check Aeries for your student's schedule and classroom. Maps and campus guides will be available.
This Week's Schedules
- Wednesday, August 30, is a LATE START WEDNESDAY.
- Friday, September 1, is a MINIMUM DAY.
Please see below for bell schedules.
Club Interest Meeting
Calling All Filmmakers!
Every year, the Tustin Public Schools Foundation holds the Dino Dash to raise funds in support of all TUSD schools. This year, TPSF is holding a video contest. Multiple winners can win $100 cash prize and have their work featured on the TPSF website, social media and at school. All TUSD students are eligible to participate, with submissions due by September 15. Please visit tpsf.net/dinodash for more info!
Schedule Change Requests
Due to the large number of schedule change requests, it may take a few days. Please be aware that not all schedule change requests can be accommodated due to scheduling conflicts and/or class sizes.
CAREER EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITY FOR GIRLS
The OCFA Girls Empowerment Camp (GEC) is back! The camp is a free two-day camp open to teens ages 14-18 that introduces them to the fire service and provides campers with a realistic, hands-on experience of firefighting. The camp exposes the teens to all aspects of the fire service and teaches life skills and professional guidance that empowers them to pursue a career in public safety.
The camp will take place on October 7th & 8th and registration opens August 7th! Spots are limited, so be sure to register early.
College & Career Center Services
To see upcoming College Visits, visit the College & Career Center website!
University of California Fall On-Campus Events
Students who are interested in the University of California can explore the following on campus and virtual exploration opportunities!
- Berkeley Showcase, October 21
- Daily campus tours
- Fall Open House, October 14
- Virtual admission information sessions for freshman and transfer students
- Discover UCR, October 7
- Daily campus tours
UC San Diego
- Fall Showcase Open House, October 7
- Daily campus tours
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Cruz
- Fall Open House, November 4
- Daily campus tours
Fall CSU College Nights
The California State University system is holding free CSU College Nights to meet with campus representatives and learn about how to get ready for college. All events are free and open to any high school or community college student, returning student or adult learner. Parents, guardians, family members and educators are encouraged to attend.
Dates and Locations for Southern California Events:
Tuesday, September 19
Pasadena Convention Center
Thursday, September 21
Anaheim Convention Center
FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS
Attendance Office (leave a message anytime day or night) - ext 87175
Counseling Office - ext 87160
College & Career Center - ext 87806
Discipline Office - ext 87155
Community Liaison - ext 87159
Library - ext 87103
Student Store - ext 87104