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Welcome to Timberwood Park Elementary

Welcome Tiger Families to the 2018-2019 School Year. This school year is sure to be a special one! TPES opened its doors in August 2008. For 10 years, thanks to the efforts of students, parents, staff, and community members, Timberwood has been a shining example of achievement, excellence, and leadership.
 
Timberwood Park Elementary prides itself in student achievement and helping each and every student to reach his or her maximum potential.  As a Leader in Me school, we work diligently to instill the 7 Habits of Happy Kids in our students on a daily basis.  We continue to proudly wear the label of being named the first Lighthouse School in Comal ISD.  
 
Our tradition of being a community school will continue.  We welcome parent involvement and we appreciate open and honest feedback. Parents are an integral part of our educational team. We recognize that when parents and the school form a meaningful and positive partnership, students flourish and thrive. Together we will make TPES the best school it can be.
 
We are very excited to embark on our second decade of growing the leaders of tomorrow. We are also very proud of all that has been achieved in our first 10 years.
 
Please check this website often for the latest school news and a list of upcoming events.
 
Thank you for all of your support!
 
#10YEARSOFSHININGBRIGHT
 
Sincerely,
Kim Lyssy O’Bryant
TPES Principal

At A Glance

  • 690 Student Enrollment
  • Cursive Curriculum
  • music Strings Program
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
  • art Art Programs
  • Critical writing across content
SV Jazz Band

Music, Integral Part of Daily School Experience

While elementary students are learning about pitch, tone, scales and recorders, middle and high school students across the district have been competing in UIL music competitions and earning high marks.
TPES Fourth Grade Team

Early Release Days: Collaboration Happens When Kids Go Home

During the current school year, Comal ISD scheduled 10 early release days. Six of those 10 are set aside specifically for teachers to have the time to collaborate with each other, and the result of this collaboration time is an increase in student performance.
Soles4Souls DSW

Raising Environmental Awareness, One Shoe at a Time

It lasted only 11 days, but its results are impressive. A student-led environmental campaign resulted in 88 boxes, 2,750 pairs or 5,500 shoes. They are now on their way to a non-profit organization which will repurpose and recycle every one.