Two Rivers Community School is pleased to thank the following donors for classroom sponsorships for the 2013-2014 school year. Our school relies heavily on the financial support of our community so that we can continue to make a significant difference in the lives of the children we serve. This is a great opportunity for your family or business to invest in our school. THANK YOU FOR SPONSORING a classroom this school year! Read the rest of this entry »
Please see the attached flier for information about how you can get free school supplies, hair cuts, pajamas, food, and more at this year’s A Fresh Start Event on August 10.
Dear Two Rivers Families,
Happy summer! We hope that this email finds you enjoying a well deserved break and the little snippets of sunshine that seem to be peaking through. This is your end of summer update email before things start to rev up for the 2013-2014 school year.
Here are a few updates and calendar reminders as we head into a new and exciting school year: Read the rest of this entry »
There are only a few more weeks before school starts! TRCS teachers and staff are all 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! Read the rest of this entry »
Two Rivers Community School eighth graders tested water quality of the New River’s South Fork on April 30th and May 1st under the guidance of representatives from the National Council for the New River (NCNR). Read the rest of this entry »
Make up dates have been announced for the reminder of the year. Please take note of the following weather make-up dates: Read the rest of this entry »
Part of the TRCS expeditionary learning curriculum includes a partnership with Buffalo Cove Outdoor Education Center. Buffalo Cove is a wilderness camp that helps children explore and connect with the natural world. Each year TRCS sends its 3rd-8th grade students on overnight trips to the facility. This year, the 4th graders started September off with a trip to Buffalo Cove. Read the rest of this entry »
Appalachian State University hosted an Environmental Education Professional Development. TRCS teachers, Vicki Krueger and Ali Zick participated last Spring. Three more TRCS teachers are headed to another session this weekend. Learn more: Project Wet 2012