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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

As we head into winter and spend more time inside, the flu season pays us a visit. Flu is a layman term for the influenza viral infection. The virus is transmitted by coughing, sneezing, contact with used tissues or contaminated hands and objects. The symptoms of influenza include:

  • Fever with a body temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or more
  • Common respiratory problems such as cold and cough
  • Congestion and runny nose
  • Headache accompanied by muscle pain
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Chills and fatigue

Prevention can be your best defense. Teach your child proper coughing and sneezing etiquette by using the inside of your elbow instead of thier hand. Encourage proper disposal of tissues. Keep hands away from the face area. Frequent hand washing can also be helpful to decrease the spread of infection. Stay home when you are ill, get plenty of rest and eat a balanced diet. Talk with your medical provider or health department and consider receiving the influenza vaccine to help prevent infections.



Stay well and carry on!

The Twin Hills faculty and staff.


1st day of school

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


Click Below To Review our School 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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no school 11/20-11/24

We have no school the week of 11/20-11/24, school resumes 11/27 and will be a purple day. We hope you all have a safe, happy, healthy week off.

Digital Citizenship program starts this month

This month, teacher Therese LaLonde and school counselor, Hannah Goldman will be collaborating to teach a digital citizenship program for all grades with the goal of fostering positive online behavior for students in the digital age. And you may ask, what is digital citizenship? Digital citizenship generally refers to the behaviors, choices, and ethics a person applies when using technology. A more formal definition is presented in California's Education Code:


"An understanding of the ethical, legal, and safe use of information and technology.Respect for copyright, intellectual property, and the appropriate documentation of sources including the ability to differentiate between legal and illegal uses of information and sources so that students learn to apply responsible research practices. An awareness of local and global societal issues and responsibilities in an evolving digital culture, digital etiquette, and responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information."


As educators, we recognize the need to teach children about this as we see young people spending increasing amounts of time using the Internet and social media. State and federal law makers have passed legislation requiring that public schools with  Internet access provide students with a digital citizenship learning curriculum. Now that we are developing a greater understanding of what digital citizenship is, the next step is to provide age-appropriate learning activities tailored to the needs of each classroom. 


"The notion of 'digital citizenship' is so messy. All the more reason educators have to be in on these conversations with students."

- Tweet by George Couros, author of "The Innovator's Mindset"

Latest test scores show improvements


Student assessment test results are out, with parents and teachers across Sonoma County poring over data that indicates how well their schools are doing in teaching math and language arts.  In west county school districts, most elementary and middle schools improved or generally maintained their already-above-state-average scores.


A few, like Twin Hills Charter Middle School, saw their scores soar over last year’s results, increasing by more than 13 percent the number of sixth through eighth graders who met or exceed English standards and by more than 12 percent the number who met or exceeded math standards.


To read the complete article, click here.

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

You can purchase the 2017-18 book








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 will start the week following Labor Day. The schedules for all grades are as follows:

6th grade: M, T, Th - 3:30 - 4:30

7th and 8th grades: Monday Math and

Thursday Homework Club - 3:30 - 4:30

Renew is as follows:

7th and 8th: T, W, Th - 7:45 - 8:45 AM

If you have any questions please call 823-7446

Today: 11/20/17

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