Category Archive: News Releases

Oct 12

Timberlane Accepting Athletic Hall of Fame Nominations

The Timberlane Athletic Department is proud to announce it is accepting nominations for the Athletic Hall of Fame Program for 2019-2020.

The purpose of the Athletic Hall of Fame Program is to recognize and honor those Timberlane High School athletes, coaches, administrators and contributors who excelled in their respective sports or coaching/support roles and who helped to bring honor, recognition, distinction and excellence to Timberlane High School by their conduct both on and off the field (or court) of competition. We believe this recognition will foster a spirit of pride and sense of community as well as serve as a historical account of the athletic traditions of Timberlane Regional High School.

The Hall of Fame Board will begin accepting nominations for induction immediately and expect to begin the process for review in early spring 2019. The criteria for nomination as well as the process overview and all associated forms are available on the Athletic Department’s website at

“We are very excited to honor a new class of inductees in the Fall of 2019. We are thankful for the ongoing support we receive from our students, coaches, parents, community members, administrators and the school board.”  Angelo Fantasia – Athletic Director

October 12, 2018

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Sep 25

Town of Sandown – Public Notice – Mosquito Spraying 9/28/2018

Friday, September 28, 2018

Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile Virus (WNV) have been found in mosquitoes trapped in Sandown. Spraying to control adult mosquitoes will take place at the Sandown North School, Sandown Central School, Roy Miller Recreation Center, and the Garvey Recreation Center on Friday, September 28, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

People may not be present during spraying. The fields may be used the following morning.
CrossCheck (bifenthrin 7.9%) will be used to control adult mosquitoes. Spraying will be achieved using backpack sprayers. No town wide road spraying is scheduled. Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc. of Brentwood will be the applicator. Residents may call 734-4144 or email Email for further information regarding spray dates, times, locations, insecticides, precautions, WNV, EEE and other concerns.


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Sep 14

District Announces Annual Facilities Tour Dates

The TRSD Facilities Committee will meet jointly with the TRSD Budget Committee and the TRSD School Board to conduct their annual tour of District schools.  Tour dates, times and locations (in order of tour) are as follows:


Timberlane Regional Middle School, 44 Greenough Road, Plaistow

Timberlane Performing Arts Center, 40 Greenough Road, Plaistow

Timberlane Regional High School, 36 Greenough Road, Plaistow



Pollard School, 120 Main Street, Plaistow

Atkinson Academy, 17 Academy Ave, Atkinson



Sandown North Elementary, 23 Stage Coach Road, Sandown

Timberlane Learning Center at Sandown Central, 295 Main Street, Sandown

Danville Elementary, 23 School Street, Danville


Members of the public are welcome to attend.

The Timberlane Regional School District reserves the right to amend these dates, location, or times as necessary.

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Sep 13

Important Information about Mosquito-borne Illnesses

Governor Sununu and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services have issued a public health threat declaration for the southern part of the State for both the West Nile Virus (WNV) and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE).  All four Timberlane towns have been named in this declaration.

As of today’s date, there are no reports of these mosquito-borne illnesses in the Timberlane communities; however, this could change at any time.

We want to remind everyone to continue to take steps to prevent being bitten by mosquitoes and to eliminate standing water on their property. Homeowners should check any containers holding water in the yard. Check kiddie pools, dog bowls, canoes, boats, tarps, tires, trash barrels, bird baths, etc. To get rid of mosquito larvae, get rid of the water. Store items inside; turn over the container; change the water frequently in bird baths and dog bowls. It is imperative that we eliminate mosquito breeding areas to help reduce the risk. It is reported that it takes two hard freezes to kill all the mosquitoes. The risk is not zero until there is snow on the ground.

It is recommended that residents use the utmost caution regarding exposure to mosquitoes. You can protect yourself and your family with a few simple steps.

  • Reduce outdoor activities from 1/2 hour before dusk until 8:00 AM.
  • Use mosquito repellent containing DEET.
  • Wear long sleeves and pants.
  • Check around your home for standing water and remove it.
  • Ensure window and door screens fit properly so that mosquitoes cannot enter your home.

Timberlane has begun proactive measures that include conducting risk analysis on a regular basis to make decisions about outdoor activity as needed.

If you would like more information about mosquitoes, West Nile Virus or Eastern Equine Encephalitis, log onto

September 13, 2018

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