About Us


Two Rivers Elementary School is in the Natomas Unified School District near the convergence of the Sacramento and American Rivers. Our school is located in the community of Natomas, just north of downtown Sacramento. The school’s mission is to ensure that ALL Two Rivers students learn and achieve at high levels. Our school’s goals are to increase student achievement, close the achievement gap and maintain and grow our school. We have a dedicated staff that is committed to developing the social, physical, and academic success of all students. Our staff works jointly with our families and school community to create a strong partnership that best serves our students and promotes student achievement. We encourage and appreciate parent involvement of all aspects in our school. Two Rivers has a strong and dedicated Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and School Site Council (SSC) Committee. There are many exciting opportunities for parents interested in getting actively involved with our school. We welcome you to our Two Rivers family and look forward to providing your student with an outstanding education.

We want all NUSD students to know they are safe and welcome, so the Board of Trustees has declared the district a safe haven committed to acting within legal bounds to protect students and families threatened by hate crimes or deportation based on immigration status.

Passed unanimously on February 8, 2017, the resolution is consistent with existing Board-approved commitments that all students have a right to attend public schools and receive equal access to educational programs, diversity is a strength, parent participation is encouraged, and that a key District goal is to create safe and welcoming learning environments.

Our resolution calls for NUSD to act within legal bounds to prevent and mitigate the collection of information about immigration status, the disclosure of such information, and to support students if immigration enforcement authorities seek to visit a school to interrogate or take a child into custody.

NUSD is one of the most diverse school districts in the United States – 30 percent of our students speak more than one language – and this safe haven resolution is consistent with our longtime Core Belief that, “Our diversity is a strength.”

Other California school districts also have declared themselves safe havens. State Supt. of Public Instruction Tom Torlarkson has encouraged such action, noting that a 1982 U.S. Supreme Court decision requires schools to enroll all eligible children regardless of immigration status.

Every NUSD student is a valuable part of our district family, and preparing him or her to be a college and career ready, productive, responsible and engaged global citizen is NUSD’s mission, regardless of immigration status.