Welcome to Duncan Russell Community Day School

 

TRACI MITCHELL PRINCIPAL

Hello Parents and Students,

Play, Work, Grow…as a Team!

As Principal of the TUSD Alternative Education Campus, home to Stein High School, Duncan Russell Community Day School, Tracy Young Adult Program, Independent Study (9th-12th grades) and Home Hospital, I feel shined upon as we are a unique, energetic, and perfect place for anyone in need of just one more chance.  I am excited to be part of this individualized education setting. 

Alt Ed has shown a great level of resilience, courage, perseverance and determination that I have not seen in my 23 plus years in education.  All characteristics of GRIT!  

Being a strong, resilient, positive and flexible environment impacts students’ lives and causes excitement to brew as we move into the 2022-2023 school year.  As the Principal, I look forward to working with families and students in planning and facilitating a pathway where students can fulfill their dreams and goals to obtain a high school diploma.  I am committed to student strength-based focused teaching and dedicated to creating a positive learning environment. 

Welcome to Alt Ed!

Grateful for the opportunity to serve,

Traci L Mitchell, Principal

DUNCAN RUSSELL HISTORY

 

 

 

Duncan Russell community day school

650 W. 10th Street
Tracy, CA 95376

Phone: 209.830-3395
FAX:     209.830-3396

Traci Mitchell, Principal
tramitchell@tusd.net

Shirley Pellegri, Secretary
spellegri@tusd.net

Ann Herrington, Counselor
aherrington@tusd.net        

District Contracts

VISION
Duncan-Russell campus students learn and perform to their fullest potential, respect themselves and others, and become responsible contributors to society.


MISSION
Duncan-Russell campus is an innovative, individualized and technologically progressive school site.  We provide a blended model of direct instruction and online curriculum in a positive and safe learning environment.  We emphasize communication and use of technology.  We provide an opportunity for all students to overcome barriers through GRIT, in order to be productive in meeting tomorrow’s challenges.