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Family and Community Engagement (FACE)

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Feedback for the 21-22 school year
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Family and Community Engagement (FACE) would like to hear your feedback on improving its programming for the 2021-2022 school year.
 
What topics and workshops would you like to participate throughout the 21-22 school year? 
 
We ask you to consider the following prompts when responding this overarching question:
  • What type of information would you like to receive to support your students in their education?
  • What type of incentives would motivate you to attend these sessions?
 
Provide your feedback here: https://bit.ly/FACE21-22
 
Flyer (English-Spanish): FACE-21-22-Feedback.pdf
 
Our goals are framed on how best to support families and students as we return for the incoming school year. Your input will assist in the planning, coordination, and implementation of an engagement plan for all stakeholders.
 
 

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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.
 

California Healthy Youth Act

Twin Rivers Unified is dedicated to maintaining a strong partnership with parents/guardians in our effort to provide the very best education for all students. Key to that partnership is open communication concerning issues and decisions that affect our families.
 
On May 8, 2019, the State Board of Education approved a new framework for health education, including recommendations for teaching sex education that aligns with the California Healthy Youth Act, the state’s comprehensive sexual health education law.
 
Learn more here: 

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

Road to Reopening Town Halls

Thursday, March 25, 2021    5:00 PM &  Tuesday, March 30, 2021      3:00 PM
 
Topics will include:
  • How to Assist with Screening at Home & Arriving to School
  • Promoting Healthy Practices as a Family
  • Maintaining a Safe and Physical Distance on Campus
  • Informing Families on the District and Schools Safety Protocols
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Safety Protocols and Guidelines for Students & Families.
Presentation:
Handout:
 
For more information: http://bit.ly/TR-RoadtoReopening