• Why Timber Drive Elementary?

    We envision Timber Drive to be a collaborative community that nurtures ethical leaders, critical thinkers, and prepares students to flourish in a global society. We are a Track 4 school located in Garner, NC. We would love to have your child as part of our Timber Drive family! Click here to see a video created by our AIG students and find out what Timber Drive is all about! 

    Science Fair Workday!

    What: 1st Annual Science Fair Workday (Free-Limited Space)

    Who: Anyone participating in the TDES Science Fair (K-5)

    When: Tuesday, January 23rd (morning or afternoon session)

    Why: Students can work on their presentation and/or research. We will have adults to help the students with their research or poster, as well as supplies for the tri-fold presentation board.  Supplies for the actual experiment will NOT be provided.

    Click Here to Sign Up!  

    For more Science Fair Information-Click Here

    Holiday Hours

    • Timber Drive will be closed from December 24th through January 2nd.  
    • Office Hours during track-out will be from 9am to 4pm

     

    Important Changes in Student Check-out Policy

    • Regular school hours are 9:15am to 3:45pm
    • Dismissals after 3:00pm will be for emergencies only.  Please call ahead
    • If as student is checked out before 12 noon, he/she will be counted absent for the day
    • When checking out a student, please have photo ID ready
    • Every effort should be made to schedule doctor/dental appointments before or after school and during track-outs.

     

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  • 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 to be a Collaborative Community, that Nurtures Ethical Leaders, Critical Thinkers, and Prepares Students to Flourish in a Global 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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