The Timberlane Superintendent Search Committee has completed their task of screening and interviewing applicants for the position of Superintendent of Schools for SAU106 (Timberlane’s new SAU effective July 1, 2021). The final three candidates are:
Dr. Brian Cochrane
Dr. Cochrane currently serves as Interim Superintendent of SAU55, serving the Timberlane and Hampstead School Districts. Dr. Cochrane previously served as Superintendent for the Barnstead and Litchfield School Districts and Assistant Superintendent in Nashua.
Mr. Reuben Duncan
Mr. Duncan is currently Superintendent of Schools for the Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District (SAU47). He previously served as Assistant Superintendent for Towns/Curriculum for SAU29, Principal for the Marlborough School District, and Assistant Principal of Hillsborough-Deering Middle School.
Mr. Christopher Kellan
Mr. Kellan currently serves as Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the Derry Cooperative School District. He previously served the Derry Cooperative District as Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and Director of Student Services.
The School Board would like to invite members of the Timberlane community to meet each of the three candidates by way of a virtual Zoom Webinar on February 9, 2021 from 7-9pm. This forum may be viewed by the public through the following link: http://www.timberlane.net/zoomSuperintendentSearch.
Members of the community are invited to submit and rank potential questions for the candidates in advance of this forum through Thought Exchange: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/772228950. This survey will remain open until 5 pm on Sunday, February 7. Community members may also submit their comments about the candidates throughout the forum and up until 11pm that evening using a SURVEY FORM that will be posted at www.timberlane.net on the evening of the forum. The Board will use these comments to inform them while they conduct their final interviews of the candidates in a nonpublic session on February 10, 2021.
The Timberlane Regional School Board values the participation of the public in this initiative and hopes many will take advantage of this opportunity.
Dr. Kimberly Farah, Chairman
Timberlane Regional School Board