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    Calendar Reminders

     Friday, May 17 - Opening Ceremonies and Olympic Events! (CHECK OUT OUR FB PAGE FOR THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR OLYMPICS)

    Monday, May 27 - No School  (Memorial Day Holiday)

    Friday, May 31 - Olympic Award Ceremony & 8th Grade Parent Celebration 6:30-9 PM

    Monday and Tuesday, June 3 and 4 - Minimum Days

    Tuesday, June 4 - 8th grade Graduation, 6 - 7:30

    Wednesday, June 5 - Last day of school, dismissal at 12:00 PM

    June 13 - Grades mailed home

    August 15 - First day of school year 2019-20



    the results are in: 

    Summer reading is important for student achievement

    Why Read? 

    Summer reading is very important for maintaining a child's current grade level skills. Making time in the day or night to read is good for the mind and is a wonderful way to reduce the noise, stress and stimulation often associated with busy lives in our fast paced world.

    It is well known that reading is essential to providing a solid basis for academic achievement. But most of all, reading is fun! All you have to do is take a little time to find an author or genre of book you enjoy. Here are a few helpful links to get you and your family ready for the great adventure that you can find in a book.

    Best Books: Our Recommendations for Families  (Common Sense Media)

    2019 Summer Reading List (from Kid Lite Collective)

    Summer Reading (Barnes and Noble, ages 0 to adults) 

    Summer Reading: Book Lists and Tips for Every Age (from Brightly, Raise Kids who Love to Read)

    The Most Exciting Middle Grade Books of 2019 (from Brightly, Raise Kids who Love to Read)

    The 25 Best New Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List (for grown ups!)

    and another one for the grown ups ... Best Summer Reads 2019  (Today)

    And don't forget the Sonoma County Libraries! Please take a visit here to learn more about the multiple library locations and hours. 

    Happy Reading!  

    family reading on couch together


    great job panthers! 

    Twin Hills Marching Band Students at the Apple Blossom Parade

    photo credit Press Democrat

    drum majorette in parade

    students in marching band

    trumpet player in marching band


    Five-minute film festival finalists here!


    These Two Top Films will Debut at the Spring Film Festival!

    We are so excited to share the two teams that made it to the Five Minute Film Festival this year. Only five middle school films are selected from Sonoma County and we had TWO! We are proud of all of our teams, some amazing films were made this year!

    Congratulations to Ms. McKenna's and Ms. Capriola's 6th grade students who made it to the final selection! This years theme: "Voice".


    Who: The 2018-19 Sonoma County Five-Minute Film Festival is open to all K-12 students in Sonoma County.
    When: April 8, 2019
    Where: Third Street Cinemas in Santa Rosa
    Event Theme: Voice

    Yearbook poetry
    Time is running out to purchase your 2019 yearbook!

    We are in the last few months of school. Make sure you preserve your memories with a yearbook. Visit this link to buy your book today before it's too late!  Check out more yearbook videos here on the Twin Hills Middle School yearbook Instagram page. 

    California Distinguished School emblem

    Twin Hills is a California Distinguished School

    School building

    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!