School Emergency Evacuation Information
Your child's safety is of the utmost importance to us here at Timbercrest Elementary. In keeping you informed, we'd like you to know that in an unlikely event where Timbercrest students would need to be evacuated, they would go to Galaxy Middle School ---2400 Eustace Ave, Deltona, FL (386) 575- 4144.
Media staging area would be off campus at the Deltona Library [2150 Eustace Ave, Deltona, FL (386) 789-7207]
Parent staging area would be off campus at Deltona Maintenance Facilities [2101 Eustace Ave, Deltona, FL (386) 947-8786]
**You will be notified by a Direct Connect phone call of bus or pickup procedures.
EMERGENCY SITUATION GUIDE
During and following an emergency situation, school and district officials must act quickly and follow established emergency protocols to safeguard students and staff, secure schools and communicate accurate information in a timely manner. Parents can assist greatly by helping with preparation before the emergency. School Emergency Guide for Parents
Let's Work Together to Keep our Students Safe
Please do your part to keep our students safe. Watch out for pedestrians and bicycles. Expect children to be walking or riding bikes to and from school or their assigned bus stop between the hours of 6am-9am and 1pm-5pm. Obey the speed limits and stay alert. Urge your friends and neighbors to use caution when driving before and after school. We must work together to keep our students safe.
Building a Positive Community
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process through which children and adults develop fundamental skills for life effectiveness, establishing positive relationships, and making responsible decisions. SEL is an intentional focus of Volusia County Schools that is strongly supported by the Superintendent. In the coming weeks, teachers will be implementing the Social Emotional Learning Program, Sanford Harmony. Students will learn how to connect with and include others to feel a sense of community, belonging, and working as a team. Focus themes include diversity, empathy, communication, problem solving and peer relationships. For more information, visit sanfordharmony.org and volusiasel.weebly.com
A new website is now available to help educate students and their parents about safe uses of the internet and the need for cyber safety. The Florida Association of District School Superintendents has joined Attorney General Bill McCollum in promoting the www.safeflorida.net/safesurf webpage to ntroduce all school age children the resources available to keep them safer while online. The site includes links to age appropriate websites, including games for elementary students, a place for teens to share their online experiences and information and tips to help parents learn the basic rules of internet safety.
Let's Keep the Flu From Getting to You!
Here's an information sheet on preventative measures to keep you from catching the flu.
Germ Buster.pdfCover your Cough.pdf
Collaboration of Public and Private Instructional Personnel
Collaboration of Public and Private_.pdf
Elementary Dress Code Flyer-Timbercrest
Elementary Dress Code Flyer-Timbercrest (Spanish)
Dress Code Video:
Dress Code Video
School Improvement Plan
A copy of the Timbercrest Elementary 2017-2018 School Improvement Plan is available for your input.
This link will direct parents to the ParentPortal. Parents create their own account and then add their students to it with the authorization code provided by the school.
Welcome New Parents & Students. Please come to front office to fill out the student entry form. You will also need to provide the following documents:
Volunteering at your child's school can be an exciting and fulfilling experience. However, in the interest of protecting our students, there are certain procedures in place that must be carried out before anyone may come on campus, enter a classroom, or join a field trip.
A volunteer application must be turned in to the office at least six weeks before you can volunteer at our school or chaperone on field trips. Applications must have at least six weeks time to be processed and sent to the county office for clearance. If your name does not appear on Timbercrest's cleared volunteer list, then we are sorry to say that you may not volunteer or chaperone. There are no exceptions!
Lisa Parker, Your Volunteer Coordinator
Reading counts is a motivational reading incentive program for our students. Students have an opportunity to take quizzes and earn points after reading books. Our Media center gives away free books to students who reach their reading counts goals. Below is the list of books with quizzes. Students can only take quizzes at school at this time. You can access the list on our Media page as well. Reading Counts Quiz List A-J and Reading Counts Quiz List K-Z
Social Media Tips
Social Media Tips English.pdf
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
H1N1 School Action Plan
Parent Guide (Spanish)
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Virtual Instruction Policy
Virtual Instruction Policy (Spanish)
Free and Reduced Lunch
All SAC meetings begin promptly at 2:20 pm in the Timbercrest Media Center. For more information, click Timbercrest School Advisory Council