Category Archive: News Releases

Jan 11

NOTICE: Sandown TRMS Bus to be reinstated 1/16/2018; Routes 110, 121, 132, 135, and 138 Impacted

Please be advised that a Sandown middle school bus is being reinstated and all Sandown middle school routes and one Danville middle school route have been revised.  These new routes will be effective Tuesday, January 16.  Parents of middle school students who normally ride buses 110, 121, 132, 135, and 138 should check the Transportation Web Query link on the TRMS or TRSD web page to get updated stop and bus number information.

If you need assistance obtaining bus stop information please contact TRMS guidance or office staff.  For further assistance you may also contact Sandy Hodgkins at Email or call 382-6119 Ext 2229.

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Jan 11

January 4th and 5th Blizzard Bag Days a Success

The Timberlane School District is pleased to announce the January 4th and January 5th Online Learning Blizzard Bag days for Timberlane were a success with over 90% of students and 99% of staff participating on the 4th and 89% students and 99% staff participating on the 5th.

Both days will be counted as instructional days and will not need to be made up at the end of the school year. Any student who did not participate in either day will be counted as absent for that day.

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Jan 09

Magner Selected to Represent NH at the US Senate Youth Program

Cameron “Cam” Magner, a Senior at Timberlane Regional High School, was recently selected by the New Hampshire Department of Education to be one of two student delegates to represent New Hampshire at the 56th annual United States Senate Youth Program to be held in Washington, DC in March. Along with this honor, Cam will receive a $10,000 scholarship to any US college or university of his choice. Cam is active member of our school community and serves as the President of the Student Council, President of Youth and Government, and the Model United Nations delegate director. Additionally, he serves on the New Hampshire Association of Student Councils executive board as Vice President.

During the fall of his junior year Cam was appointed by the Democratic Leader of the Senate Harry Reid to be a United States Senate Page and spent the semester in Washington, D.C. on the floor of the US Senate and attended the Senate Page School. He has a true passion for government and is focused on making a difference and inspiring others to do the same. He plans to study international relations in college.

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Jan 09

Timberlane Releases 1st Quarter Honor Rolls

The Timberlane Regional School District is pleased to announce the release of the 1st quarter Honor Rolls for the Timberlane Regional Middle and High schools. Congratulations to these students for achieving this academic standing!

TRMS 17-18 Q1 Honor Roll

TRHS 17-18 Q1 Honor Roll

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Dec 19

More Student Athletes on the Move

The high school is proud to announce that Junior Connor McGonagle has accepted a Division I offer of athletic scholarship to wrestle at Lehigh University, in Bethlehem PA. Connor is excited to continue his academic and athletic pursuits at a such a great academic institution that is also a perennial national powerhouse in the sport of wrestling. Connor is the son of John and Irene McGonagle of Danville. The nationally ranked Timberlane Junior is already a 2x New Hampshire State Champion, New England Champion, Freshmen National Champion, Sophomore National Runner-Up and has an amazing High School record of 101-6 thus far.

Coach Barry Chooljian says of Connor, “We are so proud of Connor and all he has accomplished and look forward to his continued success at Timberlane and at Lehigh in his future. It’s a great example of one of our student athletes hard work paying off!”

Superintendent Dr. Earl Metzler adds, “Students like Connor, as well as other recently recognized student athletes Hayle Ashford, Kylie Fitzpatrick and Taryn MacKinnon, represent some of Timberlane’s most talented young adults who understand and embrace the core values associated with hard work, self-discipline, and commitment. We are very appreciative of the many students at Timberlane who strive for excellence, and for the people in their lives who encourage and support them.”

(pictured here with Coach Barry Chooljian and Principal Donald Woodworth)

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