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Read information about proposed projects at each school

Posted on: April 16, 2017

Enrollment in the District is projected to increase by about 500 students in the next five years. Ballot Measure 22-165 would fund new or renovated classrooms at all grade levels.

A new elementary school is proposed near Timber Ridge, and new classrooms and a major renovation is proposed for Oak Grove Elementary School.

For more information about the proposed Oak Grove project, see the architectural conceptual drawings.

For information about projects proposed for each school in the District, see the school project profiles.

School Board honors Timber Ridge Student All-Stars

Posted on: April 11, 2017

On Monday, the School Board honored Student All-Stars from Timber Ridge School for their motivation, perseverance, growth, and school and community service.

Timber Ridge students are:

Kaimana Caspino (Grade 8)

Kaimana is truly an All Star here at Timber Ridge. She is motivated, inspiring, and a true leader. She is willing to help anyone who needs it, and works tirelessly to make Timber Ridge a better place. We are also extremely proud of Kaimana, great job!

Nakyah Rethlefsen (Grade 8)

Nakyah definitely deserves to be an All Star. She is a hard worker who has persevered through many challenges. She continues to be a top producer and learner while showing her classmates what it takes to be successful. She is a leader in the classroom academically and behaviorally. We are really proud of Nakyah!

Finley Brinson (Grade 5)

Finley consistently displays an unlimited amount of effort, no matter what the situation. She navigates through difficult academic and social tasks with strength and grace. Her kindness and willingness to help others that may be struggling is inspiring!  

Sam Hoggard (Grade 5)

Sam is an all star because of his incredible focus on school. Although learning comes easily for Sam, he does not let that be an excuse for doing the minimum. He is always listening, focusing, asking questions and volunteering his ideas. He is willing to persevere through tasks, even when he is struggling. Sam lets difficult tasks be a platform for improved understanding and personal growth. He also has a passion for sharing his thinking with others and wants to be sure that others understand his perspective; if he sees that other students don’t understand him, he will explore new avenues of explanation. He is a model of what an engaged, focused team-player should be.



Posted on: April 11, 2017

Come join us on May 16th from  6 – 8 p.m. for a fun Science Night at Timber Ridge School. Come learn about your heart and lungs.  Listen to the sounds they make  on friends and family.  The OSU vet school will be bringing in dogs to listen to as well.  There will be a hovercraft for riding and a Mars Rover!  This will be a fun night with a lot of learning, you won’t want to miss it!

Timber Ridge Science Night – May 16th

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