Our mission and vision at Timber Trail is to provide our students with the
education, skills, and resources they will need to be happy, curious, and engaged life-long learners.  The world changes at a rapid rate.  Our students today will have an average of 16 jobs over their lifetimes, most of which have yet to be invented or created.  No longer are teachers the dispensers of facts or knowledge.  Our charge is to teach students how to think critically, be creative, work collaboratively, and communicate effectively.  In short, how to think and solve problems.  Our approach to education can not be the way it was when you and I attended school.  In fact, it can’t even be the same as it was last year.  In addition, we look at educating the whole child, hence our motto “Timber Trail, Where Hearts and Minds Connect”.  We truly believe and live this mission every day.  Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your child’s educational career.

Michele Radke

Principal - Michele Radke

School Hours
8:30 - 3:30
Kindergarten a.m. 8:30 - 11:30
Kindergarten p.m. 12:30 - 3:30
Delayed start  10:00

(Last day of school May 22, 2015)

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Timber Trail Elementary has once again been selected to receive the John Irwin Schools of Excellence Award from the Colorado Department of Education.  The John Irwin Award is distributed annually to schools in the state with the highest student achievement levels on the statewide assessment. We want to congratulate our staff and students for their continued hard work and commitment to excellence.


       Red Apple Recycling Clothing Drive Challenge

                            (entire month of April)       

   13  TTEA meeting 9:00 am

   21  Choir Enrichment Concert for families 6:30 pm

   24  No school

   29  SAC meeting 5:30 pm



       TTE Variety Show 6:00 pm

      Field Day

    11  TTEA meeting 9:00 am

    13  Kindergarten Orientation for Parents of Incoming Kindies 6:00 pm

    13-15  Outdoor Education for Fifth Grade

    22  Last day of school!  

Timber Trail: Where Hearts and Minds Connect

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2015-2016  Registration 
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Snow Hotline: 303-387-SNOW (7669) 



What is the Watch D.O.G.S. program?
The Watch D.O.G.S.  program is affiliated with                  
The purpose of the program is simple - to bring more    male volunteers into our schools.  WatchDOGS are fathers, step-fathers, uncles, grandfathers, or other father figures who volunteer to serve at least one day a year in our school. Tasks may include helping with arrival and dismissal, monitoring the lunchroom, and helping in the classroom, library, etc.  Please email the date you are interested in volunteering toTTEWDD@gmail.com. We will send you an email confirmation. 

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