Category Archive: School Community Partnerships

Feb 19

Sandlot Sports and Entertainment Joins Timberlane Community Partnership Program

The Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program is proud to announce our newest partnership with Sandlot Sports and Entertainment. Located at 56 North Road, Sandown, Sandlot offers summer aquatic programs, day camps and theatre based programs, as well as family and community style events throughout the year. Director Mitch Mencis has been overseeing programs at Sandlot for ten years and is looking forward to working directly with the Best Buddies Program at the High School. Best Buddies is a student-led volunteer program that creates one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Mr. Mencis has pledged to work with Best Buddies to support their events, both in and out of school, and to use the facilities of Sandlot Sports and Entertainment as a host site for year-round Best Buddies events. We look forward to working with Mr. Mencis and his staff at Sandlot Sports and Entertainment to find ways to grow and expand this partnership for the benefit of our school community. Please visit their website www.sandlotsportsnh.com to find out more about Sandlot Sports and Entertainment and all of the wonderful things they do for our students and community.
Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.
Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.
Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://www.timberlane.net/SCP

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Feb 15

Playmates Learning Center Newest Timberlane Regional School District Community Partner

The Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program is proud to announce our newest partnership with Playmates Learning Center located at 56 North Road, Sandown. Opened in 1988, Playmates Learning Center offers daycare, pre-school, kindergarten, and before and after school programs. Director Mrs. Linda Meehan is celebrating her 27th year at Playmates Learning Center. Two Learning Center goals this year are to encourage each child at Playmates to become an “independent thinker” and to build a strong relationship between parents and the Sandown schools. Mrs. Meehan has been working closely with these schools over the years by sponsoring end-of-year barbeques for the Sandown North, providing babysitting services for PTA events in Sandown, donating to Project Hope, and awarding the Citizenship Awards at Sandown Learning Center. We welcome Playmates Learning Center as a Community Business Partner and look forward to continuing these partnerships activities as well as looking for additional ways to expand connections throughout our community. Please visit their website www.playmateslc.com to find out more about Playmates Learning Center and their comprehensive education programs.
Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.
Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.

Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://www.timberlane.net/SCP

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Jan 08

High School Volunteers Lend A Helping Hand At Danville Parents Night Out Events

Each year the Town Of Danville offers Parents Night Out through the Recreation Department and the Danville Community Center. This event allows parents to drop their children off at the Danville Community Center for games, crafts, and child centered events while parents complete their holiday shopping and to do lists. This year, through our Community Partnership with the Danville Recreation Department, students from the Timberlane Regional High School National Honors Society volunteered to lend a helping hand on Friday December 11th and Friday December 18th. The students helped to set up the event and worked with staff to help run all of the activities for the evening. Thank you to the Danville Recreation Committee Vice Chair Stacie O’Connor for organizing the event and working with our students throughout the afternoon and evening. They were certainly happy to lend a hand during these two evenings. As a community partner the Timberlane Regional School District looks forward to many more opportunities to work with the Danville Recreation Committee and support their upcoming events.

Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.

Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.

Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://www.timberlane.net/SCP

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Timberlane Students lend a helping hand at the Danville Community Center Holiday Parents Night Out.
(l-r)Alex Skinner, Kaitlynn Douphinette, Chris Durkee, Melanie Cooper, Candice DeLeon, Maria Collie, Sarah Varney, Kaitlyn Cornell (5th Grade, Danville Elementary)

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Jan 04

Timberlane Begins New Business Partnership With Sport Clips Of Plaistow

The Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program is proud to announce a new Community Partnership with Sport Clips of Plaistow. Owner Dan Parisi is looking forward to supporting the high school business department and their current partnership with the Men’s Wearhouse Dress For Success Program. The Men’s Wearhouse program works with students around the issues of preparing for job interviews and Mr. Parisi and the Sport Clips staff has offered discounted haircuts for Timberlane Regional High School students as they prepare for any upcoming job or college interview. Mr. Parisi also looks forward to offering a discount program that would include donations to programs throughout the Timberlane District. Sport Clips has also been approved by the State Board of Labor and Education as an official site for student internships for our students. This approval allows the high school to place students at Sports Clips for school sponsored internships that could be used as Extended Learning Opportunities for credit. Sport Clips Plaistow was opened in October 2012, by small business owner, Dan Parisi. The sports-themed store specializes in haircuts for men and boys. Sport Clips is the “Official Haircutter” of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and was named as one of the “2016 Best for Vets: Franchises” by Military Times. Their “Help A Hero” program has raised more than $3 million to help deployed and hospitalized U.S. service members call home through the VFW’s Operation Uplink™ and to provide scholarships for veterans transitioning to a civilian career. Each year Sport Clips Plaistow works with local shelters to provide the areas homeless children with free haircuts for back to school. “We look forward to supporting the Timberlane Schools Community Partner program and their current partnership with the Men’s Warehouse Dress For Success Program” said owner Dan Parisi and we look forward to finding ways to help Sport Clips support other great endeavors within the school district.

Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.

Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.

Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://www.timberlane.net/SCP

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Dec 10

High School National Honors Society Students Participate In Atkinson Holiday Event

Each year the Town Of Atkinson gathers on Dow Common for the Annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree event on November 29th. Many different civic organizations from the town have come together to hold this event for more than 25 years and it has always been a highlight of the holiday season. This year, through our Community Partnership with the Atkinson Community Center, eight students from the Timberlane Regional High School National Honors Society volunteered to lend a helping hand at the event. The students helped to set up the town common, work at the many vendors tables and helped with Santa’s arrival and picture taking with the kids. Thank you to the Atkinson Community Center Recreation & Senior Programs Director Noriko Yoshida-Travers for organizing the event and working with our students throughout the afternoon and evening. They were certainly happy to be part of such a special day to help kick off the holiday season in our community. As a community partner the Timberlane Regional School District looks forward to many more opportunities to work with the Atkinson Community Center and support their upcoming events.

Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.

Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.

Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://www.timberlane.net/SCP

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(l-r); Jacqueline Sampson; Julianne Gordon; Maria Collie; McLayne Manthorn; Drew Hogg; Noelle LeBlanc; Emma Hawkes; and Phoebe Ricker.

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