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Dr. Steve Martinez, Superintendent 

To Staff and the TR School Community,
As we near the end of the academic school year, graduating seniors will tell you that few events hold as much pride and significance for them as their high school graduation. They look forward to the cheers as they walk across the stage, turning their tassels, and posing for pictures with jubilant families and friends.
Under normal circumstances, we would celebrate this important milestone in person. Unfortunately, that will not happen for the Class of 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, physical distancing and stay-at-home orders. W e are committed to ensuring a safe and healthy environment for the entire TR school community. Thus, we have made a carefully thought out decision to salute our graduates and their many accomplishments via an online platform that will feature many of the traditions that make graduations so special.    
We're thrilled to host 10 separate virtual graduation celebrations. Each will be live-streamed and feature traditional speeches from valedictorians and slideshows of special student recognitions. Every graduating senior will have their name read. Principals will reach out to students and families by May 25 to provide more information, including how to receive caps and gowns, and how families can be involved in the festivities. In addition, our district website will post virtual graduation schedules and events in the coming days.

Completing high school is a huge accomplishment and I know you are as proud of our graduates as we are. This is their crowning moment and we love that their TR spirit remains strong as they create graduation memories in a new way.
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Warm regards,

Steve Martinez, Ed.D.
Superintendent, Twin Rivers Unified
Inspiring each student to extraordinary achievement every day!