Points of Pride

  • Three time recipient of the John Irwin School of Excellence Award given by the Colorado Department of Education to the top 8% of schools in the state based on overall academic performance.
  • Received the highest rating of "Excellent" from The Colorado Department of Education each of the five years in operation. Scores from CSAP tests determine the ratings.  Each Colorado school receives an additional classification based on the overall level of academic growth according to the Colorado Growth Model.  There are three classifications: Low, Typical, and High.  Timber Trail has received a "High" rating, which means that the individual student growth on the CSAP for the school is "high" in comparison to other schools in the state. 
  • We pride ourselves on providing a rigorous academic, well-rounded education including Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, with specialists in Spanish, Art, Music, P.E., Technology, Gifted/Talented, Specials Needs, and English as a Second Language.
  • Model school for Response to Intervention (RtI) implementation .  We have two RtI support staff members (primary and intermediate) to assist classroom teachers identify the instructional needs of all students.  RtI support staff provides instructional interventions to students in the areas of literacy, under the direction of the classroom teacher. The RtI process ensures all students receive the instruction they need in order to make at least one year of academic growth.
  • Our supportive parent community log on average 8,000 volunteer hours per year.
  • Our Timber Trail Educational Alliance has raised over $350,000 since the school opened.  These funds have provided monies to fund a wide variety of school resources including technology purchases for all classrooms, such as document cameras, projectors and SMART Boards, iPads, and Chrome Books in addition to instructional support materials. 
  • Top-notch teachers:  75 percent of our teachers have earned their master's degrees.
  • Our student council, Timber Team , focuses on community service, including raising funds for families in need, and participating in canned food drives and book drives.
  • TTE focuses on Character Education using the Character Counts and Second Step bully-proofing programs.
  • Our Watch D.O.G.S Program (Dads of Great Students) is an opportunity for fathers to be a presence in our building by volunteering for a full day of fun in classrooms, in the cafeteria and on the playground.  Our students love to have their dads come to school for a day.