• Open House Information

  • Open House Details

    Open House Details

  • MyPaymentsPlus

    MyPaymentsPlus Guidance

    MyPaymentsPlus Website

  • Parent Portal

    GCPS Parent Portal Information

  • Car Rider Information

    Car Rider Information

  • GCPS Student Handbook

    GCPS Student Handbook

  • Twin Rivers MS Handbook

    TRMS Student Handbook

  • Dispensing Medicine Policy

    The faculty and staff of Twin Rivers Middle are vitally interested in the health and welfare of all students.  In an effort to dispense needed medications during school hours, it is important that parents / guardians provide medication in original containers with proper documentation.  No medications will be given to students unless provided by parents / guardians.

    Medicines - Prescription and non-prescription medicines need to be provided in their original containers along with the Medication Administration Form.

    GCPS Medical Forms Information

    Students are never to have medication in their possession while attending school.  All medicines, (prescription and non-prescription) are to be kept in the clinic and administered there.  Students who are in possession of medication are subject to disciplinary action as outlined under Gwinnett County Public Schools Code of Conduct - Rule 7.

    Asthma Inhalers - According to State Bill 472, effective 7/1/02, students may possess and self-administer this medication while at school or at a school-sponsored activity only after a parent / guardian has completed a Student Asthma Plan.  A physician will need to complete a portion of this form before the medication is brought to school.

  • AKS Per Grade Level

    GCPS AKS Information

  • Free and Reduced Meal Application

    Free and Reduced Meal Application

  • Gwinnett County Public Library for Students

    Gwinnett Public Library Partnership