Executive Committees, Honor Societies, and additional Clubs
Class of 2020
Advisors: TBA | Meetings: Weekly, TBA
The goal of the Executive Members of the Class of 2020 is to be the student leaders of the Class of 2020. The Executive Members organize events and fundraisers for the Class of 2020. An important duty of the Executive Members is to prepare their class for the events that take place during their Senior Year. Executive Members are elected by their peers in May.
Class of 2021
Advisors: Mrs. Sweet and Mrs. Landry | Meetings: TBA
The goal of the Executive Members of the Class of 2021 is to be the student leaders of the Class of 2021. The Executive Members organize events and fundraisers for the Class of 2021. An important duty of the Executive Members is to prepare their class for the events that take place during their Senior Year. Executive Members are elected by their peers in May.
Advisor: Ms. Libby | Meetings: Weekly, Tuesdays at 2:20pm – 2:45pm Room 213
The goal of the Student Council is to unite the Student Body. The Student Council provides activities throughout the year that helps to build school spirit and a positive culture within TRHS. Student Council provides service to TRHS and the TRHS community.
National Business Honor Society
Advisors: Dr. Bibeau
The Business Honor Society promotes and recognizes academic achievement in business education at Timberlane Regional High School. Students will learn leadership skills while growing ethically and socially by promoting and encouraging an interest in business.
Drama Honor Society
Advisor: Mr. Constantineau
The Drama Honor Society is an organization which recognizes students who have made positive contributions to the performing arts at Timberlane Regional High School. Students are recognized for their work onstage and behind the scenes.
English Honor Society
Advisors: Mrs. Czyz
The goal of the English Honor Society is to promote a love of literature while teaching other to be passionate about literature. Students in the English Honor Society will participate in activities sponsored by the English Honor Society
French Honor Society
Advisor: Ms. Runnells
The goal of French Honor Society (FHS) is to promote the speaking of French and to learn about the francophone cultures around the world. FHS members participate in a number of activities during the school year including teaching French once a month at Pollard Elementary School and hosting the Poisson d’Avril in conjunction with the Spanish Honor Society and the German Honor Society.
German Honor Society
The goal of German Honor Society (GHS) is to promote the speaking of German and to learn about the German culture. GHS members participate in a number of activities during the school year and hosting the Poisson d’Avril in conjunction with the French Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society.
Math Honor Society
Advisors: Ms. Daneau and Mrs. Mascioli
The Math Honor Society is for responsible student leaders who have a talent for problem solving. Students in the Math Honor Society share their problem solving talent by giving back to the TRHS community in some meaningful mathematical way
National Art Honor Society
Advisor: Mrs. Manni
The goal of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is to promote the Arts at Timberlane Regional High School and in the TRHS community. NAHS members engage in fundraisers and community service projects related to the Arts. Students may apply to join NAHS during their junior year.
National Honor Society
Advisors: Mrs. Cerne and Ms. Weiss
The National Honor Society is a national organization sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. The national organization provides the guidelines to be used in the selection and dismissal process. Membership is a lifelong privilege. The purpose of the National Honor Society is to recognize students who have excelled in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. This is an invitation-only society; all seniors in NHS have taken part in an application process and have been selected by a committee.
Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society
Advisor: Mr. Richman
The Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society (RKHS) strives to preserve, study, and understand history and its importance to the future. RKHS participates in the Homecoming Carnival in October, hosts the Veteran’s Day Interviews in November, and puts on the World’s Fair in April.
Science Honor Society
Advisor: Mrs. Helie |
The Science Honor Society is designed to enhance scientific literacy in those students who have demonstrated excellence in science and wish to continue past high school in a science related field. This Honor Society will serve as a platform for students to demonstrate their achievements by researching and writing papers for scholarship competitions and serving their community.
Spanish Honor Society
The goal of Spanish Honor Society (SHS) is to promote the speaking of Spanish and to learn about Spanish-speaking cultures around the world. SHS members participate in a number of activities during the school year and work with the French Honor Society and the German Honor Society.
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Advisor: Mr. Mainella
For music students who have been selected by faculty and peers based on musical excellence, contributions to the department and academic standing.
Clubs and Activities
Advisors: Mr. Hunter and Ms. Pellerin | Meetings: Weekly, Tuesdays at 2:30pm Room 600
Anime Club is a social group for students interested in anime and manga (Japanese animation and comics). We gather weekly to watch our favorite shows, to introduce each other to new genres and series, and to learn about Eastern cultures. We have a very informal and casual atmosphere so students can share their interests in a comfortable environment.
As We Are
Advisors: Ms. Manni and Mr. Laing
As We Are is the Literary Magazine at Timberlane Regional High School. Students may submit writing, poetry, artwork, and other creative work to As We Are for publication. As We Are is published throughout the school year.
Timberlane Classical Society
Advisor: Mr. D’Angelo | Meetings: Every other Tuesday, starting 10/2 Room 212 after school
Advisor: Mr. Smith | Meetings: Weekly, Thursday, at 2:20pm – 3:00pm
The goal of Comedy Club is to afford students at Timberlane Regional High School the opportunity to write, workshop, and perform stand-up comedy. Comedy Club is open to all students.
Creative Writing Club
Advisor: Mr. Laing | Meetings: Wednesdays, 2:15-3:15, Room 611
The Poetry/Writing Club at Timberlane Regional High School is for students who have an interested in poetry and writing. Students review famous works by authors while also creating their own original work.
Dance Team – The Owlettes
Advisor: Ms. Tubbs |
The mission of Timberlane’s Owlettes is to provide performance and competition opportunities for dancers to enrich their school community and beyond. Students participate in competitions, perform at athletic events, collaborate with teams from around the state, and offer dance clinics for future Owlette Dancers. Our dancers pride themselves on the concept of being artistic athletes. We use this mantra to generate student-driven creative choreography while maintaining emotional and physical health and wellness.
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The Gamers Club at Timberlane Regional High School is for students who have an interest in playing various card/board games while making new friends.
GSA – Gay Straight Alliance
Advisor: Mr. Richman | Meetings: Weekly, Thursdays, at 2:30 – 3:30pm Room 602
The GSA is an open membership group that supports LGBTQ youth and their allies. The GSA promotes diversity, understanding, and tolerance of all groups. The GSA organizes Ally Week in October, No Name Calling Week in January, and the Day of Silence in April.
Kaulele Pueo – Hawaii
Advisor: Mr. Strainge | Meetings: Monthly, First Thursday, at 2:15pm – 3:00pm Room 210
Kaulele Pueo or “Flight of the Owl” is a cultural/student exchange program between Timberlane Regional High School and Waialua/Kamehameha Schools in O’ahu Hawai’i. This program has been in place for 11 years and allows students it interact via internet based projects and video conferences to share regional/cultural history and concluding with student visits each year.
Advisors: Mrs. Daneau and Mrs. Mascioli | Meetings: First Wednesday of every month at 2:15PM in Room 204.
The TRHS Math Team competes in a Tri-State Math League meet the first Wednesday of each month from October through April and practices the remaining Wednesdays after school at 2:20PM in Room 204.
The Math Team at Timberlane Regional High School is for students who enjoy mathematics and problem solving. Math Team members will meet to work on strengthening their mathematic skills. The Math Team will compete in Math Meets throughout the school year.
Model United Nations
Advisor: Mrs. Moore | Meetings: Thursdays in room 602 (*We don’t meet every week, typically only when we have an upcoming conference) Further meeting time details communicated with members via our google classroom page/site.
Model United Nations is an organization open to students who are interested in learning about countries around the world and how their governments handle issues. Students participate in Model UN events throughout the school year.
Advisors: Mrs. Fish and Ms. Weiss | Meetings: Monthly, First Thursday at 2:30pm – 3:30pm Room 613
The Owl Patch Garden is a wonderful way to use the courtyard as an outdoor classroom and reconnect students with nature. Along will learning gardening skills and agricultural concepts, it is a great venue for real life experiences related to science, math, art and health as well as many educational goals, including personal and social responsibility. Our gardeners produce crops during the spring and fall along with caring for our latest addition, the Butterfly ‘flower’ Garden. Members meet weekly during our gardening seasons and plan and organize a plant sale in the spring.
Advisors: Mrs. Allen and Mr. Lena | Meetings: Weekly, Thursdays at 2:15pm – 3:15pm Room 402
The goal of Peer Outreach is work with the students of Timberlane Regional High School to prevent substance abuse, bullying, violence, and stereotyping. Peer Outreach strives to help improve the climate at TRHS.
Advisor: Mr. D’Angelo | Meetings: Every other Thursday, starting 9/27 Room 212 after school
Project Hope is a group of students who create and run several fundraisers throughout the course of the year to raise awareness of cancer and help provide funds for cancer organizations and local families affected by cancer. The group meets throughout the year, with its main fundraiser, the Project Hope (Strut for a Cure) Fashion Show, occurring in the spring.
Join the Project Hope group by going to Google classroom, click join and enter class code: rol83m. All announcements and event details are located on this page!
Advisor: Mr. Rugoletti, Mrs. Lamonica | Meetings: Weekly, Tues., Wed., and Thur., at 2:15pm – 3:30pm Room 320
Students are NOT required to be at all three days as it is a club, not a team.
The goal of the Robotics Club is to introduce students to the software and hardware that is utilized to design and build robotic systems. The Robotics Club competes in competitions against other schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts using VEX Robotics. The Robotics Club is open to all students.
Snowriders (Ski Club)
Advisors: Mr. Lena, Mr. Rugoletti, Mr. Deveney, and Mr. Silveira
The ski club meets on Fridays in January to go to Pat’s Peak. There is no signup or registration event. The meeting dates are: January 4, 11, 18, & 25 February 1 & 8. Our snow cancellation backup date is February 15th.
The goal of Snowriders is to provide students at Timberlane Regional High School the opportunity to participate in recreational skiing and snowboarding at Pat’s Peak Ski Area in Henniker, NH.
Advisor: Mr. Kelly | Meetings: Timberlane Surf Club will meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month in room 614.
The Owl’s Nest is the school store at Timberlane Regional High School. The Owl’s Nest is run by students and is open to students after school.
Students of Service (SOS)
Students of Service organize, run, and assist in a variety of community service opportunities such as food pantries, soup kitchens, Mealey’s Meals, nursing homes, clean up days etc. We have an open door policy and students may participate in one or all of the activities. The overall goal is to better themselves, the school, and the community by helping others.
Advisor: Mr. Constantineau | Meetings: Performing Arts Center
The Timberlane Players is open to students who have an interest in the performing arts. Students in the Timberlane Players will be able to takes on roles on stage and behind the scenes. The Timberlane Players put on numerous performances throughout the school year.
Timberlane Times is the school newspaper written and designed by students at TRHS. Students select articles of their choosing and work through the writing process in order to get their articles ready for publication. Students also take part in the design process, using Adobe InDesign CS6 to the newspaper layout. Any student wishing to write articles or design layout may contact Mrs. Guanci at email@example.com or Mr. Woodworth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advisor: Mrs. Major | Meetings: Bi-weekly, Tuesdays at 2:15pm – 3:00pm Room 305
Timberlane Troops is a club for students who want to show their support for individuals currently serving, and those who have served in the U.S. armed forces. During the holiday season, students create care-packages for soldiers who are away from their families.
Advisor: Mr. Walker
The Ultimate Frisbee team at Timberlane Regional High School competes during the Spring Athletic Season. The Ultimate Frisbee team is open to all students regardless of their skill level. The Ultimate Frisbee team will travel and compete against Ultimate Frisbee teams from other high schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Advisors: Mr. Boucher and Mrs. Powers | Meetings: Weekly, Wednesdays at 2:30pm – 3:30pm Room 208
Yearbook is a club for students who are interested in creating the Timberlane Regional High School’s yearbook. Students in Yearbook select the theme, content, and layout of the yearbook. Students in Yearbook learn important skills that they will be able to use in the future.
Youth and Government
Advisors: Mrs. LeFebvre and Mr. Richman | Meetings: Weekly, Mondays at 2:30pm – 3:30pm Room 602
Youth and Government prepares participants for moral and political citizenship in local, state, or national government roles. Youth and Government provides guidance, training and an experience in the American democratic process through the form of state government. The program serves 300 teens from 30 schools throughout New Hampshire. The program takes place in March/April and is held at the state capitol. Here students have an opportunity to experience state government by electing their own youth officials. Elected officials include: Governor, House Speaker, Senate President and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Other delegates participate as members of the House and Senate, Executive Council, Supreme Court, Lobbyists or Press Corp.