When deeds speak, words are nothing.
Dear Twin Creeks families,
Let me start with STAR testing. STAR testing went well due to all staff working together to ensure students were provided with what they needed in taking the test. Thanks to all of you for ensuring your students were at school on time and ready to take the test. Our special thanks go to Mrs. Richardson, who coordinated and assisted in packing snacks so students were fed each morning prior to testing.
On May 14, rooms 11 and 12 competed in the Special Olympics. This was the first time for Twin Creeks and they did an amazing job. One of our students was chosen to lead the opening Pledge of Allegiance. It was quite an honor and we are very proud of him. We hope this will become an annual tradition for Twin Creeks. Special thanks go to Mrs. Cohen for assisting with all the behind the scenes preparations, the Givvin family for the team t-shirts, Life Touch for the parade banner, and all the parents and family members who came out to support our team! Roar with Pride!
A Girl Scout troop from our school will be sponsoring an upcoming food drive. The food drive will kick off at Open House and conclude the evening of our school carnival. I hope everyone will help spread the word and support the food drive. This is an excellent example of our Character Trait - Citizenship. Citizenship attributes are: Do your share to make your school and community better • Cooperate • Get involved in community affairs • Stay informed • Be a good neighbor • Obey laws and rules • Respect authority • Protect the environment • Volunteer.
There are many exciting end of the year events coming up. (Refer to your school activity guide for specifics) I hope to see everyone there. Big thanks to all the volunteers, activity coordinators, room parents, and PTA President Mrs. Mittone for making these events a reality.