Refugee Student & Family Services
Program services focus on new arrivals and those who have been in the U.S. five years or less and continue to face integration and academic challenges. Both youth and their families may receive services from the Refugee School Impact program.
The central goal of the Refugee School Impact program is to strengthen academic performance and to aid the social adjustment of newly arriving refugee youth.
The Interactive Newcomer Notebook (INN) is now live!
The English Learner Services Department is happy to introduce the Interactive Newcomer Notebook (INN) to Twin Rivers teachers and staff. The Interactive Newcomer Notebook provides vital information to support Newcomers and their families. Whether you are looking for a curriculum, want to provide language help to families, need to know how to request translations, or want to learn about stages of languages development, it can all be found in the INN, along with so much more.
Open the link, view in slideshow mode, and learn all about supporting Newcomers by clicking on various sections. Leave us feedback on the INN by answering questions in this survey.
- Assessment & Accountability
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Arts and Career Education
- Career Technical Education (CTE)
- Charter School Programs
- Dual Language Immersion
- Early Childhood Education (ECE)
- English Learner Services
- Special Education
- Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA)
- WIN Academy
- School Leadership
- Student Engagement