Twin Oaks Elementary
May 23, 2022
Dear Twin Oaks Families,
Eugene 4J Parent and Family Engagement and Partnership Survey: The Eugene 4J School District would like all families to complete a Parent and Family Engagement and Partnership Survey. Your feedback will be used to inform the efforts to continually improve our district, our schools, and our partnership with parents to help students succeed. If you have more than one student attending school in Eugene School District 4J and have had a different experience for different students, please fill out a separate survey for each student. That provides the schools with information specific to each student’s individual educational experience. If you have questions or input regarding this survey, please call the Instruction Department at 541-790-7550. English Survey. Spanish Survey
Morning Drop-off: Please do not drop your children off in the morning unless there is adult supervision. We have two staff scheduled to help with arrival in the lower parking lot to ensure that students are safe. Supervision is scheduled every morning between 7:35-7:55am. Thank you!
Volunteering at Twin Oaks: There have been fewer opportunities to volunteer at Twin Oaks since the beginning of the pandemic. As restrictions are lifted we will be able to welcome volunteers into our school, classrooms and library. Our hope is that in September we will be open to all volunteers. Many of you do not have a current volunteer application completed and the required documentation submitted. If you are considering volunteering in the future please review the information on the 4J website. If you have any questions please reach out to Ms. Jacelyn or myself.
Volunteer Application and Guidelines
- Volunteer Assumption of Risk and Waiver of Liability
- Volunteer Application
- About Background Checks for Volunteers
Wishing you a wonderful week!
Ms. Denisa Taylor
Twin Oaks Elementary Fundraiser ~ Wednesday, May 25th
Eugene 4J Parent and Family Engagement and Partnership Survey
Thank you for taking a few minutes to complete this survey. Your feedback will be used to inform our efforts to continually improve our district, our schools, and our partnership with parents to help students succeed.
If you have more than one student attending school in Eugene School District 4J and have had a different experience for different students, please fill out a separate survey for each student. That provides the schools with information specific to each student’s individual educational experience.
If you have questions or input regarding this survey, please call the Instruction Department at 541-790-7550. Once again, thank you for your time and input.
More Photos of our 5th Graders at Outdoor School
This annual resource contains recreation, respite, support, and service opportunities that families of children with disabilities can access.
Kids in Transition to School (KITS) Summer Program
The Eugene Kids In Transition to School (KITS) summer program is intended for students who will be entering kindergarten in Fall, 2022.
During the KITS program your kids will:
*Learn to make friends & cooperate
*Build beginning reading & counting skills
*Learn skills to reduce parenting stress
*Learn how to connect with your child’s school
KITS is free and open to all incoming Kindergarten students! We encourage all interested families to apply. Families will be notified about the status of their application by the start of June .
KITS is a 2 hour program and will run 3 days a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from June 28, 2022 through August 18, 2022. KITS will be located at three regional locations:
- Chávez Elementary
- Holt Elementary
- River Road Elementary/El Camino del Río.
- Transportation will be available.
- Morning and afternoon options available.
- The Eugene KITS Summer Program follows the Eugene School District COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
- For questions or assistance, please contact Gretta Sagolla at 541-790-7709.
- Please apply by Monday, May 23rd.
URL to link to English Application: https://forms.gle/WoPp1KC3R4BGGjmX6
URL to link to Spanish Application: https://forms.gle/LZZki5yo9PdtHK9J7
Care Solace - A Resource for 4J Families, Students and Staff
4J families, does your student or a family member need help with mental health care? Eugene School District 4J is providing students, staff and their families free access to Care Solace, a confidential care coordination service, to help provide an additional layer of care and address the growing need for mental health care and substance abuse treatment.
Care Solace will connect you to verified community care providers matched to your needs, including providers that accept your medical insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, or sliding scale options for those without insurance. Their care companion team is always available. Get help finding care providers that meet your needs at caresolace.com/eugene or call 888-515-0595 anytime, day or night, in any language. (Note, Care Solace is not a mental health service provider or emergency response service. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 or the National Suicide Hotline at 800-273-8255.)
Familias de 4J, ¿Necesitan ayuda con la atención de salud mental de algún miembro de su familia? El Distrito Escolar de Eugene 4J brinda a los estudiantes, el personal y sus familias acceso gratuito a Care Solace, un servicio confidencial de coordinación de cuidados, para ayudar a proporcionar una capa adicional de atención a la salud mental y tratamiento de abuso de sustancias para abordar la creciente necesidad de atención mental.
Care Solace le conectará con proveedores de atención comunitaria verificados que se ajusten a sus necesidades, incluidos los proveedores que aceptan su seguro médico, Medicaid, Medicare u opciones de pago por escala de ingresos para aquellos sin seguro. Su equipo de acompañantes de cuidados siempre está disponible. Obtenga la ayuda de contactos que satisfaga sus necesidades en caresolace.com/eugene o llame al 888-515-0595 en cualquier momento, de día o de noche, en cualquier idioma. (Tenga en cuenta que Care Solace no es el proveedor de los servicios de salud mental ni un servicio de respuesta a emergencias. En caso de una emergencia de vida o muerte, llame al 911 o a la Línea Nacional de Suicidio al 800-273-8255).