Thompson School District is pleased to announce that it has named Kimberly Tymkowych as the new principal at Winona Elementary School in Loveland, effective July 1. She will be filling the position vacated by Emily MacNiven, who is departing the district.
Since July 2013, Mrs. Tymkowych has served within the district as the principal of Centennial Elementary School. Prior to her arrival in Thompson, she worked in Weld County School District 6, where she served as an assistant principal at Shawsheen Elementary School. She also has experience as an instructional math and literacy coach and has taught third and fourth grades.
“I have really enjoyed the last four years as Centennial Elementary’s principal,” Mrs. Tymkowych said. “I look forward to working with another great set of students, families and staff members at Winona Elementary and I can’t wait to meet everyone.”
Mrs. Tymkowych received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with an emphasis in Education from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Science degree in Curriculum Instruction and Assessment from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2010, she also earned her Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado.