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  •  Students in a buddy class working together on an assignment

    BUDDY CLASSES

    To help build a caring school community, every class in our school has a buddy class. Having older and younger students interact in positive ways is important especially in a K-8 setting. Buddy classes are typically at least 2 years apart ...

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  •  Members of the PTF standing in front of cookies

    THE TWIN PEAKS PTF

    PTF serves as a forum for parents and teachers to learn about and discuss issues of importance to our students and school. Board meetings are currently held monthly in the school library. We welcome anyone who would like to be involved in ...

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  •  Students playing on the playground and basketball court

    PEACEFUL PLAYGROUND

    At Twin Peaks K-8 School, we believe in the value of recess for children and their learning. Unlike many schools, we have intentionally chosen to retain and enhance recess, rather than reduce it

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  •   Gold Rush Mrs. Baden’s fifth grade GEM students created maps of mine towns as a part of their Gold

    PROJECT BASED LEARNING

    Twin Peaks K-8 School offers Project Based Learning (PBL) opportunities for all students. PBL inspires a love of learning and gives students a personal connection to their academic experience. With this approach, students are engaged in deeper learning ...

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  •  Students gardening at Twin Peaks K-8

    TWIN PEAKS GARDEN

    Twin Peaks students learn about working independently, ecology and increase physical development while participating in gardening at Twin Peaks ...

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