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Interact Club
Interact club forming heart

Activities and Clubs

Interact Club

The Interact club celebrated their 6th year at Twin Hills this year. Interact is a club for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students who want to connect with others in their community and school. Club members have fun while carrying out service projects and learning about both their local and national community. Interact organizes several service projects a year. While the Twin Hills Interact club receives guidance from the Sebastopol Rotary, they govern and support themselves. Interact meets every other Tuesday at lunch.


Nicole Ellwood and Dan Rasmus


9/8/17 $400.00 Keeping Girls in School
9/5/17 $303.41 Shipment of books to Runnels School, Louisiana
4/1/16 $100.00 Shoes 4 Kidz
4/1/16 $100.00 UCSF Beniof Children's Hospital Foundation
3/28/16 $100.00 The Humane Society
3/28/16 $100.00 Polio Plus
12/12/15 $100.00 Canine Companions
12/12/15 $100.00 Semper Fi Fund
12/12/15 $100.00 The Safe House
3/17/15 $91.00 Leukemia Lymphoma Society
2/17/15 $150.00 Polio Plus
2/3/15 $200.00 The Mama Bear Foundation
2/3/15 $150.00 The Humane Society
4/4/14 $128.06 Polio Plus
2/10/14 $135.00 Leukemia Lymphoma Society
12/13/13 $150.00 Polio Plus
3/6/13 $250.00 Garcia/Vargas Donation - SR accident victim



Student Council

The Student Council group is for students who enjoy building school community and connecting with their fellow student body. The student council is open for all grades, however students in 7th and 8th grade have an opportunity each year to serve as elected officers. Students build community through organizing fundraising events such as candy gram sales and tile nights. Student council members meet every week and report back to their student body weekly. 

In the essence of service and tradition, council members vote and purchase an item for the school annually. In previous years, the student council has purchased library furniture, public art including the panther sculpture and the mural, tables and umbrellas, and last year, a water bottle filing station for the MUR.


Creative Writing and Book Club

The Creative Writing and Book Club meets once a week in the writing "lounge" (aka. Rm. 12). This is a fun, no pressure opportunity for all students to enjoy the art, creativity and process of writing. Newcomers are always welcome. "Books gnaw at me from around the edges of my life, demanding more time and attention. I am always left hungry." A Wrinkle in Time