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California Distinguished School

 California Distinguished School

A California Distinguished School is an award given by the California State Board of Education to public schools within the state that best represent exemplary and quality educational programs. Congratulations Twin Hills administrators, faculty and staff for receiving this award twice in the past 8 years. 

Bosch, Cathy
Salas, Dawn
School Manager

Twin Hills Parent Calendar

Here is the calendar you need to access. All sports practices, games, holidays and important dates are here in one place.

Parent Calendar








Parents' Corner

Those long and lazy days of summer are around the corner. How about stocking up on some new books? Here are the Best Book recommendations from Common Sense Media. These page turners are recommended for children ages preschool to teen. It's just about time to find a cozy reading spot and drift away in a good story.


Why is summer reading important? Check out this article from the blog, Homeroom.


Take a trip to the library. Here are the hours of the Sebastopol public library. Click here for a complete list and hours of all Sonoma County Libraries. 



Monday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday Closed



Shadow Dates and Tours

If you are interested in learning more about our school and it's campus please email office manager Dawn Salas here or call the office to schedule your tour or a shadow day for your student.  We usually schedule shadow days on our early day Wednesday, but we are also able to work with your current school's schedule.  Tours are given any day of the week and are best in the morning hours (9:15), but we will work with any schedule. Come check us out. It will be worth your time.

Just a typical rainbow day at Twin Hills


Twin Hills School Parent/Student Handbook

Twin Hills Apple Blossom Educational Foundation Link

Click here to donate your time or resources to our necessary and fabulous Education Foundation 



FAQ’s Dress Code

Twin Hills Dress Code can be found on Parent Info page here

school supply list

Here it is the hot list of the season!

Student Supply List

School Map

Here is a school map just in case!  If you get lost or just plain confused, remember the office is the safe zone to come and ask questions.  We are happy to help you get to your designated classroom.  

School Map


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hands on learning in 8th grade u.s.history classes

Reenactors from the 20th Maine spoke to the 8th grade US History classes about the Civil War.  The students learned what life was like in Union camps between battles. They saw battlefield artifacts and reproductions of weapons ammunition, clothing, and the gear soldiers carried into battle. They ate hard tack, learned the role of sharp shooters...snipers, and the role of women as soldiers and spies.

6th graders film "what I lost" wins top five

Ms. Ballard's and Ms. McKenna's 6th grade classroom collaborated on film projects to submit to the Sonoma County Office of Education's 5 Minute Film Festival. "What I Lost" was a project that began with the idea of discovering how important human connections are, and a new take on the classic silent film genre. There were 120 films submitted to the film festival, and we were ecstatic when "What I Lost" was chosen as one of the five middle school films to be showcased this year.  Filmmakers Tatiana Miranda, Rachel Cohen, Maddy Hulette, Gwen Rinker, Jonah Gonzalez, and Ryan Marrs were invited to the film festival on April 3.  Held at Third Street Cinemas in Santa Rosa, our filmmakers were interviewed on the red carpet.  The films were then shown on the big screen and three guest judges working in the film industry gave each group of filmmakers feedback.  The guest judges loved the emotional impact of "What I Lost" as well as the excellent acting.  It was a memorable experience and we are very proud of our filmmakers.

Watch 6th grade film "What I Lost"

For another inspiring film, watch this years 1st place winner of the 5 Minute Film Festival, high school category "We Love You No Matter What" written and performed by Santa Rosa High School teacher, William Lyon.


Twin Hills yearbook 2016-17 receives national yearbook program of excellence award

Doesn't this picture seem like forever-ago? These 8th grade students looked wonderful in their Halloween costumes last fall, and now they have their sights on high school as they turn the last corner of middle school. Make sure you don't miss out on some of the best memories of the 2016-17 school year. This year, the Twin Hills yearbook received the National Yearbook Program Excellence Award. The yearbook student staff is honored and proud of their accomplishment. Go Panthers!

The yearbook is now for sale only through the school. You can bring $50 in cash or check to Ms. LaLonde in room 26, or to Ms. Salas in the office. 



From Hot Plate to Chef's Kitchen

"Today’s lesson for young teens might be executing a chicken broccoli recipe using different cooking methods of sauté, roasting, baking and frying. Next week’s lesson might be making gingerbread houses from scratch and topping them with colorful sweet treats to devour.

That’s the way cooking class goes at Twin Hills Charter Middle School where a new elective program enables students to baste, boil and blend an array of scrumptious meals."

Read the Twin Hills Culinary Arts article in the Sonoma West Times and News here.

Parent/Student Portal

We are excited to announce the arrival of the Twin Hills CMS Parent Portal through Aeries. Here is the link where you can create your parent portal: Twin Hills Parent Portal  

Click on create a new account to get started. Thank you for your patience as we get acquainted with this new system. It's going to be awesome!

The library needs your help!

Our Twin Hills library is asking for donations of new books, gently used books, amazon gift cards or money. Please ask the office here for our tax ID number and a receipt if you are donating money. For library updates visit the library tab or click here.  Thank you!

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homework club

Homework club for all grades are as follows:

Mondays: 3:30-4:30

Thursdays: 3:30-4:30

Tuesdays 6th grade ONLY: 3:30-4:30

Renew is as follows:

Tuesday - Thursday:  7:45 - 8:45 am in Rm. 13

If you have any questions please call 823-7446

Today: 8/16/17

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