HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL - Please join us on Friday, October 31, 2014, from 10:00AM - Noon. Festivities include a parade, cake walk, snacks, games and booths. If you have any questions, please contact the school office at 760-242-4256.
OPEN ENROLLMENTfor the 2014-15 school year is on-going. For information on open enrollment for grades preschool-eighth grade or the parent/toddler class on Tuesday, please call the school office at 760-242-4256.
CONGRATULATIONS to the third and fourth grade class! They raised $1,190.00 for the Pacific Marine Mammal Center by offering sandwich lunches during the school year, wrapping calendars for Gary's Gardening, and from donations made by family and friends. They were supported in their lunch program by Overland Meat Company who provided the sandwiches at a very reasonable cost, permitting a higher profit margin.
As grand prize winners for the 2014 Change program, our third and fourth grade students at St. Timothy's have earned an invitation to a sea lion release and a whole bag of cool prizes.
During the 2012-13 school year, this class learned about pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, etc.) At the completion of their studies, they visited P.M.M.C. on a field trip where they learned about the process of rescuing and rehabilitating of the rescued animals.
Early in the school year, the class collected supplies for P.M.M.C. that totaled over $400.00.
CONGRATULATIONSto Ms. Leta VerKuilen (Ms. Lee) on 30 Years of dedicated service to St. Timothy's Preparatory School!
A HUGE thank you to all who participated in the APPLEBEE'S FLAPJACK FUNDRAISER event. We had a huge turnout! Every fundraiser counts! Thank you!
“Here at St. Timothy’s my boys were able to be in contact with each other on a daily basis, to learn together and from each other because of the cross-age learning that goes on on a daily basis. They learned to see and recognize each other in new ways and in fuller perspectives, to share the pride and love they have for each other with their friends, and they had the opportunity to build memories together in a manner that would not have been possible in a public school setting.“