Principal - Michele Radke
8:30am - 3:30pm
A.M. Kindergarten 8:30am - 11:30am
If school is delayed, our start time is 10:00am.
Timber Trail Elementary will follow the DCSD 2016-17 Conventional calendar. The exception to this will be (Monday after fall break) and (Monday after spring break) when TTE students will not attend school due to teacher professional development. These two dates only pertain to Timber Trail. Other schools in the Rock Canyon feeder will have school on those two days. Timber Trail has five more minutes in our day to provide for two additional staff development days in the year. Our B.A.S.E. program will be open those days to provide a childcare option. Again, this change is only for Timber Trail Elementary, not the entire district.
Field Trip Registration
26 Book Fair 8:30 am-4:30 pm
27 Book Fair 7:30 am-4:30 pm
27 SAC meeting-6:00 pm
28 Book fair 7:30-4:30pm
29 Dads and Donuts. Book fair open early-4:30pm
30 Book fair 7:30 am-1:30 pm. Clean up 1:30-3:00pm Volunteers needed
3 TTEA meeting-library 9:00 am
6 Red Apple Recycling Challenge ends
7 Fall break starts
17 No school for students - Professional Development Day
18 School resumes
25 Van Gogh Picture retakes
This year’s Move-a-Thon (MaT) will take place on during the school day. The MaT is a health initiative where all students in the school will move through 8 stations consisting of exercises and obstacles. Each child receives a t-shirt and participates in this fun day.
We are asking each child to recruit donors to sponsor their exercises which will help raise money for our school. In addition to the money the students raise, our committee also looks for corporate and company sponsorships. If you work for a company or know of someone who might be interested in sponsoring this event please e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org. Participating companies benefit by having an advertising opportunity in our community.
This will be our fourth Move-a-Thon. 100% of the money raised goes to Timber Trail Elementary. The money helps to offset budget reductions our school has faced the last several years. Our goal this year is to raise $50,000! The money we raise will allow us to maintain our well known standards of excellence. We want everyone to know that every penny really does count. Proceeds raised by the Move-a-Thon will pay for the following:
The Move-a-Thon is the ONLY organized fundraiser of the year for TTEA (our parent organization).
Please visit the TTEA website for more information.
New Elementary Progress Report Aims to
Support Personalized Learning
Go here to learn more about the new EPR which is expected to roll out in December, at the end of this semester.
Link to Vimeo version of Timber Trail Video
PLEASE REGISTER NOW
FOR 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR!
Click here for registration information, required documents and forms.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR 2016-2017School supply lists can be found under the Registration tab.
TRANSPORTATION / BUS INFO
Timber Trail Elementary is serviced by the West Terminal. Please call 303.387.0407 if you have questions/concerns regarding bus schedules, late bus, to reach the dispatcher after school hours, etc.
For ZPass information, click here.
ZPass+ gives parents the reassurance that their student has made it to and from school safely by sending a message every time their child swipes in or out of the bus. The service is being offered to all participants of the regular ZPass program, at no additional cost.
2016 FALL AND WINTER
COMMUNITY EVENTS FROM DCEF
October 12-13, 10:00 am-7:00 pm - Denver Botanic Gardens (Chatfield) Corn Maze and Hay Rides
November 11, 7:00 pm; Colorado Avalanche Community Night at Pepsi Center
TTE Library Catalog
Denver Center for Performing Arts Community Events
December 4, 1:30 pm or December 8, 6:30 pm
“A Christmas Carol”
December 17, 11:00 am (ticket availability limited)
“Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer: Musical”
December 30, 2:00 pm (ticket availability limited)
For more information or to order tickets, visit www.dcefcolo.org
Our mission and vision at Timber Trail is to provide our students with the education, skills, and