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School Accomplishments

A California Distinguished School
1989, 2004, 2008

Title 1 Achieving School
2004, 2006

Twin Rivers Unified School District Nondiscrimination Statement

Twin Rivers Unified School District Nondiscrimination Statement

"Twin Rivers Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal and/or Director of the Student Services (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Rudy Puente, at 916­566­1620 or rudy.puente@twinriversusd.org. A copy of TRUSD uniform complaint or TRUSD non­discrimination policy are available upon request."
expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived
characteristics.

 

Students

If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal, Director of the Student Services (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Rudy Puente, at 916-566-1620 or rudy.puente@twinriversusd.org. A copy of TRUSD uniform complaint or TRUSD non-discrimination policy are available upon request.

 

Staff/Employees

If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal, Superintendent of Human Resources/Labor Relations (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Dr. Jacqueline Perez, 916-566-1736 or Jacqueline.perez@twinriversusd.org . A copy of TRUSD uniform complaint or TRUSD non-discrimination policy are available upon request.

 

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Pioneer School

5816 Pioneer Way

Sacramento, CA 95841

(916)566-1940 (phone)      (916)566-3554 (fax)

 

Pioneer School Hours:

TK through 8th grade – 7:45 A.M. to 2:27 P.M.

Early Release Wednesday - 7:45 A.M. to 12:27 P.M.

Important Dates Coming Up....

Upcoming Dates for the 2016-2017 School Year

 

--> Week of Monday, September 5 - Scholastic Book Fair

--> Thursday, September 8 - Back to School Night - 5:30-7:00 pm

--> Friday, October 21 - Fall Festival

--> Tuesday, October 25 - Halloween Skate Night

 

Parking Info for Leader Avenue

Attention Families

 

Please be aware that Sacramento County has made new parking restrictions on Leader Avenue. Signs are in place and there is limited parking and stopping along the street. This has caused significant back up in the front of our school. We are asking that families who are able, please drop off and pick up your students on the Atlanta/Leader side of our school which is the back side near the Zig Zag walkway. This will alleviate pressure in the front of our school and help keep our kids safe.

 

Please contact Sacramento County Code Enforcement to voice any concerns or suggestions you may have at 916-264-5011.

 

There is also an Old Foothill Farms Neighborhood Task Force meeting that will be held every second Wednesday of the month at Pioneer School at 6:30PM. The first meeting of the year will be September 14th. You can find more information on their website at http://www.oldfoothillfarms.com/Community_Task_Force.html.

Spirit Wear available!

Click the image to order spirit wear online. Just enter our school's name or the code 146506.

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Also, Watch the Spirit And Pride Kick-Off Video.

Pioneer Needs Assessment

This year Pioneer conducted a “needs assessment” with several groups of people (our students in 4th and 6th grade, our staff and community/parent groups). Below is a summary of what we found from their input. This input will drive our school plan and our school budget priorities.

 

Common Themes from Parents and Community Group:

  1. We would like inviting classrooms
  2. Small class size
  3. EL support so we can communicate with school
  4. Counseling available to students who may need to talk to someone

Common Themes from our Staff

  1. 1:1 technology for K-1 classrooms. Right now we share
  2. More computers and projectors to replace ones that may break throughout year
  3. Playground equipment
  4. Book room supplies and magazine subscriptions for kids
  5. Computer based interventions
  6. Keep our reading intervention teacher

Common Themes from our Students

  1. More computer based intervention programs
  2. Keep our reading teacher
  3. Playground equipment

Improving Literacy @ Pioneer

Summer Reading Tips for Parents

 

1. Read aloud together with your child every day.

Make it fun by reading outdoors on the front steps, patio, at the beach or park. Also, let your children read to you. For younger children, point out the relationship between words and sounds.

 

2. Set a good example!

Parents must be willing to model behavior for their children. Keep lots of reading material around the house. Turn off the TV and have each person read his or her book, including mom and dad.

 

3. Read the same book your child is reading and discuss it.

This is the way to develop habits of the mind and build capacity for thought and insight.

 

4. Let kids choose what they want to read, and don't turn your nose up at popular fiction.

It will only discourage the reading habit.

 

5. Buy books on tape, especially for a child with a learning disability.

Listen to them in the car, or turn off the TV and have the family listen to them together.

 

6. Take your children to the library regularly.

Most libraries sponsor summer reading clubs with easy-to-reach goals for preschool and school-age children. Check the library calendar for special summer reading activities and events. Libraries also provide age appropriate lists for summer reading.

 

7. Subscribe, in your child's name, to magazines like Sports Illustrated for Kids, Highlights for Children, or National Geographic World.

Encourage older children to read the newspaper and current events magazine, to keep up the reading habit over the summer and develop vocabulary. Ask them what they think about what they've read, and listen to what they say.

 

8. Ease disappointment over summer separation from a favorite school friend by encouraging them to become pen pals.

Present both children with postcards or envelopes that are already addressed and stamped. If both children have access to the Internet, email is another option.

 

9. Make trips a way to encourage reading by reading aloud traffic signs, billboards, notices.

Show your children how to read a map, and once you are on the road, let them take turns being the navigator.

 

10. Encourage children to keep a summer scrapbook.

Tape in souvenirs of your family's summer activities picture postcards, ticket stubs, photos. Have your children write the captions and read them and read them aloud as you look at the book together.

 


Tips found here: Reading Rockets: Launching young readers! Visit their website at http://www.readingrockets.org/

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News

8/18/16

On Tuesday, Aug. 16, the Twin Rivers school board met during regular session at the District Office on McClellan Park.

 

Please click HERE for meeting highlights.

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8/9/16


 

Twin Rivers is ready for the new school year with a can-do attitude and we're happy to share the latest edition of We Are TR! The district newspaper focuses on district achievements and teacher-led initiatives. Twin Rivers is committed to supporting the education of all students in our mission to inspire each student to extraordinary achievement every day.

 

Click HERE to view the publication.

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