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TH Parent Calendar
Here is the calendar you need to access! All sports practices, games, holidays, and important dates that you need to know are in one place.
Twin Hills School Parent/Student Handbook
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FAQ’s Dress Code
Dress Code can be found on Parent Info page
school supply list
Here it is the Hot List of the season!
Just in case you need it. If you get lost or just plain confused, remember the office is the safe zone to come and ask questions. We will gladly help you get to your designated classroom. FYI just remember your manners..
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school dance 10/30 7-9pm
It's boogie time! All grades Halloween Dance is Friday, October 30th 7-9pm (parents please don't be late, we are tired) We are always looking for chaperones, all we ask is that you bring a nut-free treat to share. Don't let your student tell you that you aren't welcome, you are welcome. If they are worried about being embarrassed, just point out that Ms. Salas has been embarrassing her kids for 8 years. See you all there!
important information for incoming 7th graders
A new state law has been implemented for incoming 7th graders, they have to have a Tdap booster shot or immunization waiver signed prior to entering school for their 7th grade year. Proof of immunization is needed in order for your student to their schedule for the 2015/16 school year. The Tdap booster needs to be given after your student's 7th birthday to be updated. Most students haven't received this booster since entering kindergarten. Bring in proof to the office before May 8th to insure your student gets their schedule in August. If we have not received proof of immunization or a waiver signed (in office) prior to schedules going out your student will not get one. Another downfall is students can not be on campus to start the new school year without this proof. So please get on this now, it really is that important. Call the office with any questions. Follow the link below for FAQ's regarding this state law.