"Nurturing the Heart. . . Inspiring the Mind!"
- Mrs. Micah Bachemin, Principal
- Mrs. Lori Paschall, Assistant Principal
School Hours: 7:55 a.m. - 3:25 p.m. (PreK 7:55 a.m. - 1:50 p.m.)
Doors to the building open at 7:30 a.m. daily. The first bell rings at 7:50 a.m. and the tardy bell rings at 7:55 a.m. Students who arrive to school after the tardy bell rings must be signed in by a parent/guardian at the front office. Please remember there is no student supervision prior to 7:30 a.m.
Early check-out ends at 2:30 p.m. Please arrive by no later than 2:30 p.m. to check your student out of school early. If a student is going to go home a different way than usual, please contact the front office by no later than 2:30 p.m. so the teacher can be notified. Sending an email to just the teacher does not guarantee that the information will be received prior to dismissal, so please contact the office at 281-641-2000.
What's Happening at Timbers?
3rd Grade Poetry Night
Our 3rd graders will be sharing some of their original poetry on January 30th at 6:00 p.m. Please reach out to Mrs. Vento, Mrs. Banks, or Ms. Lewis for additional information.
After School Tutorials
The last day for after school tutorials is Friday, January 31st. Scholars who are invited to participate in the next round of tutorials will receive tutorial letters this week.
Support Mrs. Fox's Classroom
Mrs. Fox wants her scholars to learn to code, but she needs some new technology to make this happen. Please click here to read about and donate to her Donor's Choose project.
Want to Volunteer at Timbers?
We appreciation our volunteers so much! If you'd like to volunteer at Timbers please remember to complete the District Volunteer Application.
Celebrating Our Staff
Teachers and staff have been touched by your words of appreciation for what they do! Please continue to share about what specific staff members have done to make your child(ren) love Timbers! Click here to tell me about the person who makes Timbers the best school for your student and your message will be included in our staff newsletter for all to see!
Keep Up with Timbers
Follow us on Twitter @HumbleISD_TE and tag us to share your special Timbers moments!
Timbers participates in the Houston Food Banks's Backpack Buddy Program. The program allows students who qualify for free/reduced lunch to qualify for additional student meals/snacks be sent home for the weekend. If you would like to enroll in the Backpack program, please notify Ms. Collins at 281-641-2007 or Marylana.Collins@humbleisd.net.
Guidance/Great 8 Skills
Timbers follows Humble ISD's adoption of the Great 8 character education skills. Timbers students are focusing on goal-directed behavior for the third nine weeks.
Save the Kids Community Night
As a follow-up to the Screenagers screening and discussion co-hosted with the Humble ISD Education Foundation, our community is invited to hear from Collin Kartchner, the nationally recognized social media activist, Ted Talk presenter and founder of Save the Kids. He will be speaking to our community on Thursday, January 30th at 5707 Kingwood Drive at 7:00 pm on the influence of social media and screens on our mental health and how to rise above the pressure.
Parents and educators of all ages are invited to hear this dynamic presentation, appropriate for parents, tweens and teens. This event is FREE.
When your child(ren) are absent from school, you must call the absence hotline at (281)641-2019 for each day absent, and send a note to school the day they return. If the school does not receive a phone call or note from a guardian, the absence is considered unexcused.
Parents may purchase a frozen birthday treat for their child’s class during their lunch time. Frozen treats may be purchased from the cafeteria for 75 cents each to be distributed after the children finish their lunch. Please notify the cafeteria at (281) 641-2008 one week prior to the event in order to have enough treats on hand for all interested. If parents wish to bring cupcakes to school, they may do so. However, please ensure that the treats are store bought as well as notify the teacher two days in advance so that the teacher has ample time to contact the parents of those with allergies arranging for an alternate treat. Parents may drop off the treats at the front office so that birthdays may be celebrated the final 20 minutes of the school day. As a reminder of district policy, students are not permitted to pass out party invitations at school unless every student in the class receives one.
- January 28: 5th Grade Field Trip to AMS
- January 30: 3rd Grade Poetry Night
- February 3-7: No School
- February 11: Science Night
- February 12: 4th Grade Field Trip to Austin
- February 14: Friendship Parties
- February 17: Presidents' Day (No School)
- February 20: Spring Picture Day
- February 21: Progress Reports Go Home