Principal - Michele Radke
8:30 - 3:30
A.M. Kindergarten 8:30 - 11:30
Delayed start 10:00
DCSD CONVENTIONAL CALENDAR*
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AUGUST 10, 2015
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL MAY 24, 2016
*NO SCHOOL FOR TTE STUDENTS
FEBRUARY 4-5, 2016
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION RECOGNIZES TTE
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.
22 Last day of school! Progress report available on the parent portal after 4:00 pm
10 Order EPI school supply kit for best pricing
30 Last day to access and print 14-15 school year progress report -5:00 pm
20 Mandatory Online Express Check-In starts for returning/new students.
3 Class assignment available through parent portal
7 Optional "Meet and Greet" 1:00-3:00 pm
Back to School picnic at Coyote Ridge Park 4:30- 7:30 pm
10 First day of school
19 Picture Day- Grades K, 1, 2
Curriculum Night for Parents- Grades 1, 2 6:00 pm
20 Picture Day- Grades 3, 4, 5
Curriculum Night for Parents- Grades 3, 4, 5 6:00 pm
11 7th Annual Mother & Son Kickball Tournament
Coyote Ridge Park- 4:30 pm-dark
Link to Vimeo version of Timber Trail Video
Rock Canyon Basketball Camp
from each day
Location - Rock Canyon High School
Who: 4th through 8th graders (including incoming freshman)
To register please select the link below:
FOUR TIMBER TRAIL STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARD FOR ARTWORK!
Four Timber Trail students were selected to have their artwork displayed at the Douglas County Awards Exhibition. A reception was held Monday, May 11th at the Pace Center in Parker.
First grader Olivia Dunn was the recipient of a Wow! Award for her beautiful Mother's Day Flower collage.
Emma Kim, won first place in the Second Grade category for the Air Academy Federal Credit Union Scholarship Award. She received $25. Everyone loved her Clay Bird.
Madeline Leonardi won first place in Third Grade category for the Air Academy Federal Credit Union Scholarship Award. She received $25 for her Calaveras (Sugar Skull).
Fifth grader Sadie Rowe won for Grade 4-6 in the entire Highlands Ranch area. She received a $120.00 Scholarship Award from Douglas County Schools for her stone carved Elephant. It was presented by our School Board President, Kevin Larsen.
Congratulations to these talented artists from Timber Trail. Please click the link below to view the artwork as well as photos from the reception.
and Registration Information
Timber Trail Elementary will be closed
May 26 - August 3
The office will be open for New Family Registration ONLY
Wednesday, June 24, 9:00 am-11:00 am
Monday, July 20, 9:00 am-11:00 am
Click here for more information and required forms.
For your convenience the district office in Castle Rock is open June 8 - 26 and July 6 - 24 for registration. Please call 303.387.0016 for more information.
ONLINE EXPRESS CHECK-IN
Required Online Registration (Express Check-In) July 20-August 10.
Online registration is required for all students, including kindergarten and new families for the 2015-2016 school year. Parents/Guardians will receive an email when Online Express Check-In is available. Fees are payable at that time through Revtrak. You will need your parent portal user name and password to access both sites.
Friday, August 7- Open House "Meet and Greet" 1:00 pm-3:00 pm. A perfect time to meet the teacher, see the classroom and drop off school supplies.
Back to School Picnic at Coyote Ridge Park
4:30 pm-7:30 pm.
Monday, August 10- First day of school, regular hours.
Grades K-5; 8:30 am-3:30 pm (drop-off starting at 8:20 am)
A.M. Kindergarten; 8:30 am-11:30 am
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.