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Twin Hills Union School District

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    It's Your EVENT! The inspiring Olympic work of our Twin Hills Panthers.

    Teachers in Olympic Training!

    There are some traditions that just can't go away, can't go unnoticed and frankly, must be celebrated. Teachers in Training, Twin Hills Olympics, 2020. 

    Twin Hills Olympics Remembered


    Yearbook Has a Message

    Hello From Twin Hills

    Ms. Bosch Says Hello and Offers Math Help

    Miss Myer Gets Crafty

    Remote Learning Grades 6 - 8

    ALL remote learning information is on our Homework Page 

    Every graduate deserves a uearbook

    2020 Yearbook Update

    Purchase a yearbook when you drop off textbooks. 

    Students in pajama duck suits

    Students together

    Students reading books

    girl with bow on her forehead

    Remembering all of the good times! 


    on-site classes suspended 2019/20. remote learning wraps up week 5/25 

    Textbook return schedule for the week of 6/1/20

    Yearbooks can  be purchased at these times only. The option to purchase a book on the internet is no longer available. Purchases must take place at school. 

    Tuesday, June 2nd: 8th grader families anytime between 9:30-12:30

    Wednesday, June 3rd: 7th grader families anytime between 9:30-12:30

    Thursday, June 6th: 6th grader families anytime between 9:30-12:30

    Friday, June 7th: any TH families anytime between 9:30-12:30

    If your child(ren) has other items on loan such as Chromebooks, library books, sports uniforms, band instruments, we will be sending you an individualized email reminder as well.  Bring these return items on the same day.

    We will deliver and pick up at the car side.  No need to get out of your car.  We will be using gloves and masks as well.  

    Please see the reference guides below for textbook return. 

    Parent Guide for Returning Textbooks (PDF) 

    Textbook Costs for Lost Books (PDF)



    Free Lunch Information For ALL students.docx (DOCX)

    Update and information regarding new distance learning was emailed from Ms. Bosch Sunday, April 5th. If you did not receive the email, please let Ms. Bosch know via email

    Below is a VERY helpful Google Classroom how to for students (and parents).

    Google Classroom Cheat Sheet for Students by Shake Up Learning.pdf (PDF)



    An email is being sent and here is the information it discusses.

    Below we have the Press Releases via SCOE regarding this decision by state Superintendent and  Governor in english and spanish. 

    On-site classes have been suspended for the remainder of the school year. What this means for us: Remote Learning will be happening. More information on how will be coming to you by Friday, we will begin this new "normal" Monday, April 6th. Each teacher homework page will have all the information you need to be successful. If you have questions please email us. 

    Press Release 04-01-20 - ENG.pdf (PDF)

    Press Release 04-01-20 - SP .pdf (PDF)

    Important Announcement 3/27/20:

    We will have curbside Chrome Book pick up in the UPPER parking lot of Twin Hills on Monday, March 30th from 11:30-1pm. If your student NEEDS to borrow one please come during that time, if that time does not work for you please email Ms. Bosch at

    Thank you!!

    Message from Superintendent Dr. Bickford 3/25/20

    Dear Twin Hills Families,
    The Sonoma County Office of Education announced today that all school districts will continue to suspend student classes through May 1. This means all field trips and events are also cancelled. Your school principal is working closely with teachers to plan appropriate and reasonable lessons for your children to complete at home. If you have any questions or concerns please let your teacher or administrator know.

    Please know, the assigned work is recommended for your child to keep up with learning goals. If you have difficulty completing everything offered that is okay. All families and students will be supported to do the best they can under these unusual circumstances. If you need technology support, begin with your school's principal or school manager. If they cannot help, they will give you the email of the district technology coordinator.

    We will do our best to provide you with continued educational opportunities. We wish to stay connected to our students and the teachers are very dedicated to making this happen. Please stay safe.

    Dr. Barbara Bickford
    Twin Hills Union School District

    Message from TWIN HILLS 3/23/20

    This will be the section of the website that we will update frequently with check-ins or more up to date information as we receive it. As for now, if you have any school questions feel free to email Ms. Bosch at

    or Dawn Salas at

    If you would like a call back please make sure to include your best phone number for a return call. We are checking emails and returning them as they come in. If you have a question for a teacher regarding content, please email that teacher (emails posted on Contact Page or Quick Link Teachers Contacts), they are checking their emails during the regular school hours. This is new for us all and we are all trying to work with the information we are receiving. Your student's health is at the top of our priority list. We thank you all for being patient as we navigate this unprecedented time. Ms. Salas is checking voice-mails and will post on our Facebook page when she is in the office and taking calls. We hope this message finds you well. Take care.


    Message from TWIN HILLS 3/16/20

    Helpful Links for Parents & Community Members

    For the most up to date information on Coronavirus in Sonoma County, please visit the county's main Coronavirus page. You can also get the latest information on Coronavirus and schools at the county health department's How to Prepare page.

    Additional helpful links are found below.

    We hope these links are useful to you. For school-related updates, we will continue to do our best to keep you informed. We know that you may have many questions and we hope to have responses for you, keeping you informed over the next days and weeks.

    Please be safe and healthy. We look forward to having our students, faculty and staff back at school as soon as possible.


    Twin Hills 



    great job panthers! 

    Twin Hills Marching Band Students at the Apple Blossom Parade, Spring 2019

    photo credit Press Democrat

    drum majorette in parade

    students in marching band

    trumpet player in marching band


    Sonoma County library update

    Sonoma County Library Logo

    Welcome to your 24/7 online library. While all Sonoma County Library facilities are closed, our online library is always open!


    The Sonoma County Library is working diligently to plan how to reopen quickly and effectively when it is safe, and we are adding new and exciting materials to our 24/7 online library.

    Visit to access tens of thousands of electronic books, audiobooks, TV shows, movies, magazines, instructional videos, research databases and more. Your kids can even watch cartoons and animated storybooks. We have Spanish-language resources as well.

    For more information, visit our eResources page. In addition to thousands of films, TV shows, eBooks, databases, magazines, classes and more, you can also visit our Expanded Digital Resources page for new and/or expanded services. 



    Now is the time to purchase your 2020 yearbook!

             yearbook students jumping in front of mural
     2020 yearbook staffers jump for joy! 
    Make sure you preserve your memories with a yearbook. Visit here to buy your 2020 book! 

    Keep current with everything yearbook here on the Twin Hills yearbook Instagram page. 

    California Distinguished School emblem

    Twin Hills is a California Distinguished School

    About us
    front of schooll

    About Us

    Twin Hills Charter Middle School, home of the Panthers, is located in the town of Sebastopol. Our campus is surrounded by expansive lawns, apple orchards and mixed eucalyptus, deciduous and redwood forests. Our student body of approximately 300 students is comprised of residents of Sebastopol, Rohnert Park, Cotati, Santa Rosa, Forestville and Petaluma. 

    a few great things about middle school students

    They are eager to learn.

    They have lots of energy.

    They are easy to please.

    They are diverse and interesting.

    They are like clay - still impressionable.

    They are fun to teach - and to learn from.

    They love new ideas.

    They're electric!

    They grow out of it!