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 Shelli Kravitz

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Hello Twin Creeks Families,



Hope you had a wonderful weekend! And I hope you were able to get out and enjoy the sunny days.  Last week we welcomed our 3rd -5th grade hybrid students back on campus.  Shout out to all of our hybrid teachers for their planning and preparation to make sure that all of our students felt safe and welcomed!  Our students were thrilled to be back at Twin Creeks!  I loved hearing their laughter and conversations.


Hybrid families, on Friday your child came home with an orange placard with your student’s name, grade, and teacher.  In order to streamline pick up please display this orange paper in your car window at dismissal so we can quickly identify students’ families.


On Friday March 19th our Twin Creeks PTA will be hosting a virtual Student Showcase spotlighting our talented students.  Please look for an upcoming email with all of the details on how to register to participate and how to see the Student Showcase.


Character Trait of the Month – Citizenship


7 Ways to Be a Good Citizen



Care about your community, state, and country.  Obey the laws and rules.

Improve something in your home or neighborhood.

Take the time to learn about how your government works.

Involve yourself by becoming a leader at school or in your community.

Zero in on something that needs fixing and work with others to do the job.

Encourage your parents and other adults you know to vote.

Never forget to show respect for people, animals, plants and property.


The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight.

Theodore Roosevelt ( 26th President)


Spirit Week – Disney:  Our next Spirit Week is February 22-26.  Please send pictures of your child celebrating the Disney theme to your child’s classroom teacher by Thursday at 8:30AM so that they can be included in our slide show and possibly the yearbook. 


Fifth Grade Baby Picture for Yearbook- Last Call  If you have not already sent in your Fifth Grader’s baby picture for this year’s yearbook please do so by February 28th.  Please upload one picture from age 0-5 to  password all lowercase twincreeks  Don’t miss out on this fun Twin Creeks tradition for fifth grade students to be included in the Fifth Grade Memory Page!

Yearbooks:  Twin Creeks 2020-2021 Yearbooks are on sale!  The yearbook is still being made (keep those pictures coming: password all lowercase twincreeks) Reserve your copy today by going to: and entering code: 18325 You won’t want to miss this unique collection of memories!


If you child has returned to school for hybrid instruction please send in a picture of them outside on campus during pick up or drop off, the yearbook would love to include the return to class.  See above for upload instructions. Deadline for submitting pictures to be included in the yearbook is roughly March 7 or until pages are filled so the sooner the better!


Reopening Guide - The Guide to Reopening on the district website has been updated. Please check the Table of Contents to review the sections that have updated information.


Calendar Changes:  Are you confused by all of the calendar changes?  Do you want to clean up your calendar?  Here is a list of the minimum days and school holidays for the rest of this school year:

3/5                  No School

3/10-12          Conference Days                    Monday Schedule* modified

                                                                                                (8-11AM remote with class)

3/23               Staff Development Day         Monday Schedule

4/2                  No School

4/5-9              No School                               Spring Break

5/31               No School                               Memorial Day

6/3                  Last Day of School                 Monday Schedule


National Read Across America Day is March 2, 2021:  This is a day where we celebrate the joys and importance of reading.  The National Read Across America website has ideas for books to share and fun activities.


Gender 101 Saturday March 6th 10:30-12:00:  SRVUSD, San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs and Danville-San Ramon Valley PFLAG are pleased to present: Gender 101 on Saturday March 6 at 10:30am via Zoom. Advanced registration is required.

Our presenters will help participants better understand the LGBTQ+ terminology, gain a better understanding of gender and its component parts and learn the importance of inclusive language and how to use it.  Please Register and Submit Questions in Advance at this link


Grab N Go Meal Distribution: Just a reminder -- distribution is only on Mondays and Thursdays between 10:30am and 1:30pm.  Meals are not distributed on a daily basis.  Families wanting meals can visit any of our  16 Serving Locations on our distribution days and time frames.  Visit the Child Nutrition Website  for all the latest info!


USDA Farmer to Family Food Boxes: Starting Monday, February 22nd, USDA Farmers to Families Food Boxes will be offered on Mondays until further notice.  This will help to keep the traffic flow down on Thursdays.


School Spirit:  Show your school pride…wear your Tiger Wear or school colors on Fridays!  Go Tigers!!!


Mark Your Calendars:

  • 2/22-26          Spirit Week – Disney
  • 2/25               PTA Meeting
  • 3/5                  No School - Floating Teacher Work Day
  • 3/10-12          Conference Week – Minimum Days
  • 3/18               Learning Fund Meeting
  • 3/19               Student Showcase
  • 3/23               Minimum Day – Staff Development
  • 3/25               PTA Meeting
  • 3/29-4/2        Spirit Week - Sports             


Looking for the Good!    


Mrs. Krishnan has done a fabulous job of giving individual attention to each child in the class.  Remote schooling has been hard, but she has been able to connect with my son on every level, encouraging him to better because she understands him. Very grateful to have her in this school year with remote classes.


Angelyn Brown:  I would like to give a huge shout out to Angelyn Brown who has been providing weekly tech tips in our newsletter. Thank you for sharing cool things you are learning with us.


Tracy Fernandez, our school nurse, for all of her support and guidance during the last few months to make sure we are prepared for the return of our students and staff.  Her knowledge and expertise are appreciated! 


Our theme this year is Look for the Good!  Let’s continue to look for the good and highlight and recognize this GOOD by completing this form Look for the Good


Have a wonderful week.   Roar with Pride! 



Shelli Kravitz