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PAID SICK LEAVE

Please see the information below from the California Department of Industrial Relations.  If you need to request this leave, please complete the appropriate PNL form indicating the reason for your leave.  For future absences, report your absence in Aesop by selecting  COVID Sick 2021.  Absences prior to March 29 will only require completion of a PNL form, which must be submitted to Human Resources.  If any employee has questions, please contact Stacy Johnson in Human Resources.

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Disinfecting Classrooms

Business Services wants to say thank you to all those staff members who took the Keenan Safe Schools course on “how to properly handle disinfectants within the classroom”. Your actions will go a long way in keeping our classrooms sanitized and safe during our return to school. Business Services has created a how-to video to show how to disinfect a classroom.  

Please click the link to watch the video: TUSD Proper Disinfectant Application

Per the Healthy Schools Act, students of any age should never handle or have access to the disinfectant spray or disinfectant wipes. Please ensure they are placed in a secure location away from all students.

Thank you for everything that you have done, do, and continue to do for the students of TUSD.  Please let me know if we can assist in anyway.

Dr. Rob Pecot
Associate Superintendent of Business Services


 

VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSION

The next staff information sessions will be held as follows:

05.06.21 @ 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. 
Join Meeting Here

If you would like to submit a comment, please do so on the meeting date between 1:00 to 1:45 p.m.
SUBMIT COMMENT HERE

If you are unable to view the staff informational sessions, they will be recorded and posted below.  They are also posted on the portal under "Resources" "Video Presentations".

02.04.21 VIEW HERE

02.18.21 VIEW HERE

03.04.21 VIEW HERE

04.01.21 VIEW HERE
 

 

 

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What Is Email Spoofing?

Email spoofing is when someone sends an email with a forged sender address. Typically, the sender’s name or email address and the body of the message are changed to mimic a legitimate source such as a bank, newspaper, or company. They can also mimic messages from friends and family. By pretending to be someone the victim trusts, the scammer directs their victim to a fake website that collects their personal information (a process known as phishing).
 

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Ransomware is a form of malware that prevents or limits users from accessing their systems, either by locking the system screen or by locking the users’ files unless a “ransom” is paid.  Ransomware occurs when a user visits malicious or compromised websites or unintentionally downloads files from websites with advertisements.  This includes opening links from spammed emails or replying to spammed emails. 

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