Family and Community Engagement (FACE) will be hosting virtual family workshops and trainings to suport the Twin Rivers community with distance learning, resources to engage families and students, and additional information throughout the 2020-2021 School Year.
Participants will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link to join this virtual meeting from a computer or smartphone device.
Please make sure to create a free Zoom account beforehand to participate in these workshops for families.
TRUSD Apps Portal: The Gateway for Distance Learning and Online Resources
We will discuss how to access the TRUSD Apps Portal and its functions, Google Classrooms, and the educational learning programs to support distance learning. Participants will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link once registered, and a reminder message the day before the workshop.
Friday, August 28, 2020 3:00 PM & Wednesday, September 2, 2020 6:00 PM
How to Use Your Twin Rivers Chromebook, Aeries Parent Portal & Tech Support for Families with Distance Learning
Be a part of this virtual workshop where we will provide a technology walkthrough on using the district-issued laptops and Wi-Fi Hotspot, Internet Access (Free and Low-Cost) Programs, Aeries Parent Portal, and Q&A (Questions and Answers) to support our families with distance learning.
Come join us for SWUN Math Family Night! During our time together with the SWUN Math consultant, you will tour the SWUN Math website and receive helpful tips and tools to support your K-8 child with Common Core Mathematics. In this session, we will also discuss student learning in a virtual setting and provide you with strategies to support your child in their learning of math.
Special Education Resources for Students in Bridge (Mod-Sev Autism SDC) and RISE (Mod-Sev SDC)
Distance learning resources will be provided, along with tips for a distance learning environment at home, visual supports, and additional resources to support students in our Bridge (Mod-Sev Autism SDC) and RISE (Mod-Sev SDC) programs.
In addition, the Special Education Department would like your input for future FACE Engagement Workshops. Please complete the quick, 3-question survey below to provide feedback: http://bit.ly/SPEDFamilySurvey
The i-Ready Family Information Session is designed to help families engage with i-Ready to support their Kinder-8th Grade students at home. Families will deepen their understanding of i-Ready including the diagnostic (pre-assessment where students are) and its core components.
What you need to know about English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)
Come learn how to support your students with tools they will need to get reclassified as English proficient. Parents will have an opportunity to review a sample of the questions that will be asked on the English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC). In addition, the English Learner Services Department will provide updates for the 2020-2021 school year to support students and families.
During distance learning, your child will take assessments from home. Most assessments will occur though Google Classroom during the asynchronous hours of the school day. This information session will discuss guidance for students to complete assessments from home and answer questions or concerns families may have.