Twin Rivers Charter School
HOME OF THE TIGERS!
Inspiring and preparing students for academic excellence and cultivating responsible, engaged, and well-rounded citizens.
Welcome back to the school year 2019-20!
It is that time again and we are ready to start another successful academic year! We know that our school will achieve new heights of students’ success in 2019-20 with the help of our strong leadership, able staff, and participating parents. Team TRCS is ready to give their best to achieve our goals after a refreshing break with family and friends. Welcome back! Let’s make this academic year another success story!
ATTENDANCE & ABSENCES
Research states that children who attend school regularly succeed in academic areas and are better adjusted socially. When your child is absent, please call the school absence line at (530) 755-2872 before 9:00 a.m. or complete the absence form on the TRCS Mobile App the day your child is absent. If you know of an absence in advance, please notify the office and leave a message.
We cannot stress enough the importance of TRCS having current and up to date contact information for your children. Please notify the school office when there is a change of phone number or persons to be contacted when you cannot be reached.
QUESTIONS, CONCERNS, OR PROBLEMS
In most cases where you need help, the first person with whom you should get in touch with is your child’s teacher as he/she knows your child the best. If your inquiry is more generalized in nature, our TRCS office staff (procedural matters) or school administrators (educational matters) will be pleased to respond.
Twin Rivers Charter School is an innovative TK-8 Independent Charter School that is committed to cultivating all aspects of the child. In partnership with families, staff, students, and the community, TRCS demonstrates creativity and versatility by:
Implementing high standards of teaching and learning;
Attracting and retaining dynamic teachers and staff;
Providing a safe, respectful, and supportive environment;
Instilling accountability and personal responsibility;
Promoting parent and community involvement; and,
Preparing students for the next level of educational achievement.