Sponsorship Opportunities

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AP Studio Art Project

Each year the students of the AP Art program at the high school are given a challenge to recreate a masterpiece on a 5’x5’ canvas. These finished works are then hung in our library media center. As older projects are replaced, they are offered to local public spaces such as libraries or government offices to …

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Best Buddies

Since 1995, Best Buddies High Schools has paired students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in one-to-one friendships with high school students. In the past, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have not had the opportunity to have friends outside of their own special education classroom. By introducing Best Buddies into Timberlane Regional High School, participants are …

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Danville Elementary Cross Country Team

The Danville Elementary Cross Country Team is in need of sponsors to help pay for uniforms and busses to take students to and from the meets. Sponsors would have their logo on the team t-shirts and be mentioned at meets as well as appearing on the Danville Elementary School Homepage and the District Community Partnership …

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Danville Science Sleuths

This after school program allows students in the elementary grade levels to go deeper into science with special programs and experiments that enrich the classroom teaching. A great opportunity for kids interested in math and science, the program is run by Danville Elementary teachers and is held throughout the year.

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Destination Imagination

Destination Imagination (or DI) develops opportunities that inspire the global community of learners to utilize diverse approaches in applying 21st century skills and creativity. The Destination Imagination program encourages teams of learners to have fun, take risks, focus and frame challenges while incorporating STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), the arts and service learning. Students …

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Elementary Science Camp

This camp is held over April Vacation and allows students from all elementary schools to engage in science projects and experiments that help to support the District Science Curriculum. Projects are centered on the idea of scientific inquiry and help students to “think like a scientist”.

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Exchange and Travel Programs

For several years now the Timberlane Regional Schools have participated in several student exchange and travel programs. Each year students travel to such places as Spain, Germany, France and Hawaii to engage in cultural and historical travel as well as student exchange and community service. This allows students to learn and grow beyond the classroom, …

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Geography Bee

The National Geographic Geography Bee is held annually at Timberlane Middle School.  Students throughout the school participate in classroom geography bees determining the top geography students on each team.  Preliminary bees are then held for each grade level to determine the school’s top ten geography experts.  The culminating event is our school geography bee typically …

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Girls on the Run After-School Program – Sandown North Elementary School

Girls on the Run is a 10-week curriculum based program that utilizes the power of running to provide girls with the tools to celebrate themselves, honor their voices, and recognize their gifts, culminating with a 5K celebration in early June.

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Math Olympiads

The Math Olympiad program was created in 1977 by Dr. George Lenchner, an internationally known math educator, the Math Olympiads went public in 1979. Last year nearly 150, 000 students from 6, 000 teams worldwide participated in the Olympiads. 49 of the 50 states and about 30 other countries were represented.  At Timberlane Middle School students meet …

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MATHCOUNTS

Timberlane Middle School participates in the MATHCOUNTS competition program. The program consists of a series of School, Regional, State, and National Competitions.  This program provides students with opportunities work collaboratively and independently to solve complex problems.  Meetings are held on a weekly basis after school where students sharpen their math skills through games and problem …

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Museum Trip

(Cost of buses to Cambridge only)  – Each year, a team of seventh graders travels to the Harvard University Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This trip has two parts. The main purpose of the visit is to allow students to view and to react to major original paintings, sculptures, drawings, ancient artifacts, and decorative arts. …

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Pollard School Annual Wellness Day

Pollard School invites community members to join us on June 12th 2015, from 8:30 to 2:45 for our annual Wellness Day.  Pollard Students spend the day learning about ways to keep their mind and bodies safe and healthy.  We have enjoyed Karate lessons, dance classes, and healthy eating activities.  We have had numerous volunteers in the …

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Project Hope

This is a group that holds multiple fundraisers throughout the year to help fund cancer research. Activities like Stand Up Against Cancer Night, Athletes Hats Off Month and Strut for the Cure Fashion Show are just some of the things this group does. Your donation would go to support all of these events and your …

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Spelling Bee

The Atkinson Lions Club has sponsored the Scripps Spelling Bee at Timberlane Middle School for the past thirty-one years providing trophies, plaques, photographs, and local publicity.  Students throughout the school participate in classroom spelling bees determining the top spellers on each team.  Preliminary bees are then held for each grade level to determine the school’s …

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Summer Theatre Workshop

These workshops for students in Middle and High School focus on stage technique and the actors craft. Over the course of a week students engage in live performance, monologues, and dramatic scenes with collaboration and communication as the centerpiece of their work.

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Timberlane Equestrian Club

The TRHS Equestrian Club would like to ask your organization to serve as a sponsor for the club by providing a donation which would help offset the students’ costs to participate in the club. Students participating in the TRHS Equestrian Club must cover the cost of leasing horses, lessons/practices, proper equipment, uniforms, and registration fees …

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Timberlane Troops

A group of students dedicated to the idea that United States military personnel give all they have to give for our country and our freedoms, that the least we could do is show a few of them our appreciation. During the holiday season the students write letters to military personnel overseas, partnering with Adopt-A-US-Soldier. Care …

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Unified Sports Program

Unified Sports Teams are made up of students with and without intellectual disabilities (50/50) and they represent our high school just like any other varsity sports team. They practice, travel and play together, hopefully resulting in new relationships among the players and coaches. Teams also have the opportunity to play for NHIAA Championships. Sports/seasons: Fall …

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Women In Science and Engineering (WISE)

This group of middle and high school girls focus on science and engineering opportunities. Student Mentor programs pair middle and high school girls as they focus on math and science as possible career tracks. Monthly meetings, tutoring sessions, guest speakers, and conferences are part of this exciting new program.

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World Tales

Each year, the seventh grade participates in the program, World Tales, as presented by The New Hampshire Theater Project. This performance creatively combines narration, acting, and live music in order to portray the human insights embedded in traditional stories from around the world. The creators and stars of this production, Genevieve Aichele and Randy Armstrong, …

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