• Important Information:

    Dr. Kocher's Weekly Message: You can find Dr. Kocher's Weekly Phone Messages here: Principal's Message.

    Carolina Hurricanes Readvolution Writing Contest: Students are invited to participate in the Readvolution Writing Contest (use the following link for more information: Readvolution Writing Contest Information). All Timber Drive ES entries are due to the school by Dec. 8. See the previous link for the writing prompts. Timber Drive ES will select a winning entry from K-2 and 3-5. The winning entries will then be forwarded to our Area Superintendent on Dec 15. 

    Thursday, December 21 is an Early Release Day: Dismissal will begin at 1:15pm using our normal afternoon processes.

    Arrival and Dismissal Reminders: Please help us ensure that arrival and dismissal times are as safe as possible. Arrival and Dismissal Reminders

    Homebase/Powerschool Parent Portal:  Timber Drive Parents, we are excited to announce that student transportation information can now be found in one single location, Home Base, also known as Powerschool. In order to provide the highest level of customer service to our families we are asking those of you who do not yet have a Powerschool account to stop by the school office to complete the necessary form. You can find more information at www.wcpss.net/student-information.

    Once you have a Powerschool account, look for the transportation tab to see your student’s transportation status and type. If your student is a bus rider, stop and route information is also provided.

     

     

  • Our Mission:

    Wake County Public School System will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators and critical thinkers.

    Our Vision:

    We envision Timber Drive as a school that is global, diverse, and collaborative so that all students will reach their highest potential and contribute to society.

    Value Statement:

    At Timber Drive Elementary School we will…

    • Use best practices to plan and implement rigorous instruction that is differentiated to meet the needs of diverse learners
    • Hold high expectations for all student success and eliminate the ability to predict achievement based on socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity.
    • Hold high expectations for administrators, teachers, and staff members to enable highly effective teaching and learning
    • Provide students a safe, flexible, respectful, and supportive environment which enables students to meet their full potential
    • Partner with families to provide support and resources that lead to academic success

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