Announcements

  • TEA Resources

    The TEA has compiled a list of resources, including COVID-19 Mental & Behavioral Health Grief & Trauma Informed Virtual Support and Statewide Resources

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  • Digital and Non-Digital Resources

    Region IV has an abundance of digital and non-digital resources for schools & parents. Please view them here.

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  • 2019-2020 Yearbooks are on sale and full of your student's memories

    As you know, this year has been a unique one and our time together was cut short due to environmental circumstances; but our memories are still alive. The 2019-2020 Yearbook is full of all of our memories we shared together and a great way for your student to remember their school year.

    2019-2020 yearbooks are still available for purchase for $25 at this link:  https://twincreeksms.revtrak.net/yearbooks/ 
     
    For more information, read our 2020 Yearbook F.A.Q.
     
    If you have any other questions, you can email Mrs. Aldridge at shayes1@springisd.org.
     
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  •  Student & Family Support

    For important student & family Support from our TCMS Counselors, see here.

    If you would like to speak to a counselor, please click here.

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  • Middle School Years

    Read our Middle School Bulletin to learn more about practical ideas that promote school success and parent involvement!

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  • Twin Creek's New Crest

    Twin Creek's Middle School has a new Crest! See it here.

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  • Two Ways to Stay Connected

    You can access Grades and Attendance through two ways: your computer or our App. See the flyer for more information.

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  • Prepare for Success on the STAAR

    To read the Parent Guide to the Student Success Initiative, please see our flyer

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  • Parent Guide to Middle School Grading

    For a quick guide to understanding how grades are calculated for Spring Middle Schools, download our guide.

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  • TCMS Phone System

    We have new phone systems! In order to improve our communication, please see this flyer to understand the prompts. Español.

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  • Box Tops New App: Scan for your School

    The Next Generation of Box Tops is here! Box Tops is changing to fit today's families. The new and improved Box Tops mobile app uses state-of-the-art technology to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to your school's earnings online. Watch this Box Top Video to see how you can easily scan box tops!

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  • Middle School Backpack Requirement

    All backpacks brought to Spring ISD middle and high school campuses must be clear or mesh bags. If the backpack is made of mesh material, it must be a color and material that allows for the campus staff to clearly see the contents. Examples of acceptable backpacks

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  • Chauncy Glover project

    Twin Creeks is excited to announce that we will partner with Chauncy Glover this year for the Chauncy Glover project.  https://www.thechauncygloverproject.org/contact
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  • Online Registration

    Remember all students must be registered online this year. If you have questions please contact Lisa Brown at lbriscoe@springisd.org or 281-891-7853

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  • TCMS Involvement

    Do you want to be involved with TCMS? Whether you want to be involved in a small or large way, we want to hear! Fill out the form.

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  • Explore Italy Summary 

    TCMS Traveling Warriors Explored Italy over nine days in early June.  Our eleven explorers were teamed with two other schools from Oakland Bay area, CA and Phoenix, AZ., creating opportunities for everyone to be exposed to other lifelong learners while everyone exploring the Italian culture.  

    All group members arrived in Milan and our luxury bus ride began as we made our first stop in Verona on day one!  The following day began early for our day trip into Venice, where we had a local tour guide on the history and architecture.  Following was a glass blowing demonstration, gondola ride and and plenty of time to explore the many streets of Venice.  

    Next stop Florence with a tour of the city, museums, as well as a walking food sampling tour of Italian favorites.  We were all thrilled with our morning trip to Pisa and once again everyone had the opportunity to climb the dome, explore the town and of course, sample the food.  

    Then, the Road to Rome began with the first stop in Assisi for the afternoon.  We were delighted to explore and learn about the cathedral, and basilica of St. Francis.  Once completed, we hiked the hill of Assisi which included window shopping and of course, many opportunities sample the local flavor.  

    The final destination was Rome with the Coliseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Vatican and Sistine Chapel.  The group was not done yet as all were able to take their tasting skills and actually make and eat gelato and tiramisu.

    The trip ended with all the students becoming fast friends and celebrating the last night with their own social gathering in the hotel.  Everyone enjoyed the trip and The Traveling Warriors are beginning plans for the 2020 STEM trip Toronto and NYC!

    See some of our pictures and video:

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  • Lift 6 Meeting Rescheduled

    The Lift 6 parent meeting that was scheduled for June 5, 2019 will be postponed and rescheduled in August. Once we have the new date we will send out communication.

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  • PARENT ACCESS TO STAAR

    On June 12th, parents can access their child’s STAAR results and a suite of other resources to support summer learning at home by visiting TexasAssessment.gov

    Click for Information

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  • Kroger Community Rewards

    Did you know you can support nonprofit organizations in your community just by shopping at Kroger? It's easy when you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards. Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Year after year, local schools, churches and other nonprofit organizations will earn millions of dollars through Kroger Community Rewards. Kroger Community Rewards makes fund-raising easy.. it's free and all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card and Twin Creeks will receive some of the proceeds to go back to our students!  Please view the attachments with instructions to enroll.

    FLYER

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  • ODYSSEY PROGRAM

    Interested in the Odyssey Program?

    Click the links below for more information:

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  • New Binder Requirements 2019-2020

    Your child will need a binder to keep throughout the school year. Please ensure once your child learns how to set up their binder that they take good care of it and keep it in good condition as it will need to last all year long. The purpose of the binder is to help with organization, which is a skill that will begin to prepare our students for college and careers. It is also a form of communication between parents and teachers.

    There will be a binder checklist (rubric) from the teacher. The binder will have important information from school or the classroom, homework, graded projects, planners (provided by the school), etc. It will also need a zipper pocket where you can also include notes, lunch money, etc. This binder must go home each night and return to school each morning. Please discuss the importance of of your child being responsible to take care of the binder and taking it to and from school.

    Binder Supply List (requirement)

    • 3 inch binder with pocket inserts (any color)
    • 7 tab subject dividers (teachers will decide what goes behind each divider)
    • Zipper pouch (preferably with holes)
    • Pens/Pencils
    • Notebook paper (wide rule)
    • Planners (the school will only provide one planner per student)
    • Only 1 binder is needed and will be used for all 7 classes.

    Please ensure that you purchase the supplies for the binder, check in with your scholar daily, and establish an open line of communication with your student's teachers.

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  • Attention ALL Athletes:

    It is mandatory that all 7th-12th grade prospective student-athletes fill out UIL and SISD paperwork before they will be allowed to participate in any practice or contest before, during or after school, including tryouts. Please go to SPRINGISD.RANKONESPORT.COM and complete the Athletic Participation form. 

    All paperwork and physicals MUST be completed and turned into the coaches to be able to tryout for any sport!

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  • From the Nurse

    For the entry into 7th grade in the 2019-2020 school year, students will be required to have the following two immunizations: Tdap/booster and Meningococcal.  All students must show proof of having received Tdap/booster and Meningococcal. Please provide the School Nurse with an updated record of immunizations validated by a physician or public health personnel as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation.


     

     

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