Welcome to TRCS, a TK-8 public charter school

Our Mission 

Twin Rivers is an innovative TK-8 independent school district that is committed to cultivating all dimensions of the child through intellectual independence, having the ability to work collaboratively, and have a sense of responsibility towards others. We will accomplish this through creating a challenging and rigorous learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through engaging developmentally appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. Our school promotes a safe, orderly, caring, and supportive environment. Each student’s self-esteem is fostered by positive relationships with students and staff. We strive to have our parents, teachers, and community members actively involved in helping nurture the learning needs of our students.


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NEWS & UPDATES

  • Introduction of our new Music Teacher! November 17, 2016

    TRCS Families, It is with enthusiasm and excitement that we share with you the hiring of Mr. Obie Leff (Music Teacher) to the TRCS Faculty. Mr. Leff has been the music teacher for Franklin Elementary for 15 years and we are thrilled to offer this opportunity. Mr. Leff will be introducing our students to choir and […]

  • Healthy Kids Survey November 10, 2016

    Survey participation forms have gone home to all 5th & 7th graders for the Healthy Kids Survey. This voluntary survey will be taken in class next week. The survey will last about 30 minutes and if you do not want your child to participate then please return the form to their teacher by Monday. Attached […]

  • Appeal Democrat article on TRCS November 2, 2016

    On November 2nd, 2016, Appeal Democrat published an article on our school. Here is the link to the article on AP. Student-friendly features enhance Twin Rivers learning

  • Conflict Resolution October 27, 2016

    Twin Rivers has begun several programs on campus that will help students solve peer conflicts. One of these programs is called Peer Mediation which is consists of  students of similar age-groups that have been trained to facilitate resolving disputes between two people or small groups. Students are to submit a request for Peer Mediation if they are […]

  • Stand for the Silent September 29, 2016

    Last week TRCS hosted Kurt Smalley, the founder of Stand for the Silent (SFS), an anti-bullying presentation. SFS was presented to our 4th – 8th grade students and was a powerful presentation that has touched our campus. We are looking forward to bringing a local chapter to our campus and sharing the positive message of […]