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Timnath Middle-High School (7877)

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Timnath Middle-High School


Timnath Middle-High School is a neighborhood school within the Poudre School District that opened in the fall of 2022. TMHS follows PSD curriculum guidelines which align with the Colorado Academic Standards. The school serves the whole child by offering a broad, balanced curriculum and building skills through social/emotional learning and relationship building. Choices for students will increase as they progress from middle school to high school, allowing them to pursue and explore their interes ts while also earning postsecondary credit along the way. The school will opened with 6th-10th grades in the first year (2022-23), and will serve 6th-12th grades by 2024-25. We believe that all students can learn at high levels. We value and implement a whole child approach to learning which includes English, mathematics, science, history, art, world language, music, physical education, technology, and leadership. Opportunities to explore and focus on a student's interests expand as students progress from middle school to high school. Our teachers have high academic expectations for students and work collaboratively to ensure learning for all. All academic and instructional practices at Timnath Middle-High School are driven by four essential questions (see below). These questions have been adopted for our use through the Professional Learning Community model. Instruction- What do we want students to know & be able to do? Assessment- How will we know if students have learned? Support- What will we do if students are not learning? Challenge- What will we do if students are not challenged? Academic programming will include a focus on student self-discovery in alignment with the Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) process. Students will be supported in identifying their own values and a vision for themselves that includes a sense of purpose and meaning in the work that they choose to do.



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