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Congratulations to our School Spelling Bee participants! All participants did a wonderful job and really showed their skills! Look out for the upcoming Geography Bee for the 5-8th graders on February 4th!
Do you want your kids to have a 2014/15 Yearbook? Yes?Us too! We NEED adult help to put this thing together! Ideally, we need 3 or 4 people to help during crunch time (starting NOW until April, 13th). Computer skills and attention to detail help, but we can train you. You can help the kids’ yearbook team in the computer lab after school OR you can help from your own home computer! And please, everyone can help by uploading your photos onto the Lifetouch website (see information below). Please help the yearbook happen! If you would like to come to our next meeting email (firstname.lastname@example.org) expressing your interest.
There are only a few more weeks before school starts for students on Monday, August 18th! TRCS teachers and staff are busy gearing up for the new school year and we’re sure you are too! Below are the supply lists for each grade level. See you soon and enjoy the rest of your summer!
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We are very excited to share with you the changes that have taken place over the summer. First, we’d like to introduce you to our new staff.
Emily Maass, Instructor in the Interior Design program at ASU, assigned an interesting project to her students in Visual Literacy II class. Their goal was to design a chicken coop for the TRCS chicken, Lucy. Read the rest of this entry »
The Town of Boone hosts an annual poster contest to promote their Every Drop Counts initiative to conserve water. Second grade teacher, Ali Zick supports the contest by encouraging her students to enter the competition. This year, 100% of her students participated and it really paid off! Out of 97 posters, Two Rivers students swept the competition!
Congratulations to these winners:
First Place: Addison Schoychild who won a bicycle and helmet
Second Place: Rowena Brown who won a new art kit and easel
Third Place: Sebastian Harwood who won an outdoor exploration kit
Honorable Mention: Bynum Norris who won an indoor and outdoor conservation kit
Because 100% of the TRCS second graders participated, they earned a field trip to the Water Treatment Plant and a pizza party at the Clawson-Burnley Park. Additionally, Ms. Ali received a $25 gift certificate from Michael’s.
Way to go 2nd grade! You make us proud!
Open enrollment at Two Rivers Community School begins March 10. Applications will be accepted March 10 – April 18 at 11:30am. To learn more about our community, please visit us during our Open Houses: Read the rest of this entry »