· English learners who meet state and local criteria will exit the English learner program and will no longer receive services specific to English learners. Students will be monitored for four years after reclassification. If your child is being considered for reclassification, you will receive a phone call from the school for your input. Please direct your questions to the English Learner Services Department at (916) 566-1600 extension 33424.
The Kelvin screener that teachers, staff, students and families took in September has been used to improve the climate of our District. On Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, staff, teachers, families and students will receive a survey that has the same questions that were administered in September. These questions are on our District’s highest areas of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) competencies and will be used to identify areas of growth and areas of improvement in climate. The dog icon on your computer indicates a pulse is waiting, and if you or a student enlarges it, it can be minimized to take at a better time. This survey will be open for 5 days to take.
Twin Rivers is seeking stakeholder input as it starts developing the Goals and Actions for the 2021-2024 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) framed on the following question: "What do you think our schools are doing well and what are some things we can focus on in order to improve?" Participate by joining the LCAP Thoughtexchange Survey
As we head to winter break, I would like to take this opportunity to thank students, parents and staff for continuing to push forward during these difficult times.
I wish you all hope, good health, and happiness during this holiday season and into the new year.
On January 4, students will return virtually to their current schedule.
We are still scheduled to begin bringing students back January 18th to a hybrid schedule, except for those families that chose to continue virtually. Soon we will be sharing safety, transportation, and instructional protocols.
We will keep you informed should Twin Rivers USD further delay in-school learning due to rising COVID cases.