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Family and Community Engagement (FACE)

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At the October 20, 2020 Twin Rivers Unified School District (TRUSD) Special Board meeting the TRUSD Board of Trustees identified a return to in-person learning through a phased reopening of schools. The phased TRUSD reopening would utilize much smaller, in-person class sizes and allow for continued Distance Learning for families who choose this option. Twin Rivers Unified School District and it schools will use a variety of safety actions to protect students and staff to the greatest extent possible. As parent/guardians it is time to make a decision. The reopening is scheduled for January 19, 2021.  
Please follow the below instructions on how to access, complete and submit the form by November 16, 2020:

  • Click HERE to log in to Aeries Parent Portal Communications, then return to this message.
  • Click HERE to access the form.
  • Complete and submit the form for each of your children
Note: If we do not receive a "Parent/Guardian Educational Decision Form" by November 16, 2020 we will assume you would like your students to attend in-person and your student will be assigned to a hybrid in-person cohort for continued schooling come January 19, 2021.
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You can click on the videos with more information regarding the different school options available to students.

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The Family and Community Engagement (FACE) team strives to provide engaging opportunities for parents and the community to strengthen learning at home and school-home communication.  Building strong bridges between TRUSD, families, and the community is critical in creating the conditions necessary to promote a shared sense of responsibility for the academic, emotional, and social well-being of each student.

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The Twin Rivers Unified School District Family and Community Engagement (FACE) team aims to help parents, community members, and teachers work collaboratively to create a district-wide culture of mutual respect and positive relationships. Together, we can create an environment where all students learn to their fullest potential, respect one another's differences, and prepare for college and career in a caring and safe community.

Board Policies

Parent/Guardian Involvement and Policies

  • Learn more about Parent Engagement Opportunities at the District and School Site Levels through: 
    • District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) 
    • English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)
    • School Site Council (SSC)
    • Volunteering 
  • Visit our General Parent Concerns and Forms for information and forms related to :
    • Bullying Complaint
    • Discrimination/Harassment of a Student Complaint
    • Personal Injury/Damage/Loss or Property Complaint
    • Uniform Complaint
    • Williams Uniform Complaint
    • Complaint Against District Employee

Family Workshops and Resources

  • For information on the TRUSD Apps Portal, Aeries Parent Portal, Google Classrooms, Student Chromebooks, and Internet Essenstials, please visit Distance Learning for Families
  • Virtual family workshops and trainings to suport the Twin Rivers community with distance learning, resources to engage families and students, and additional information: FACE Workshops and Trainings
  • Community resources offered through the District and community partner agencies to empower our families and community members: Community Resources