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The Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program creates meaningful partnerships between Timberlane’s community and the Timberlane Regional School District. Through this program, local and regional businesses and community organizations both big and small can team up with specific schools in our district or with the district as a whole to help contribute to the academic and personal success of every TRSD student. The program is a collaboration between TRSD and our four towns that creates tailor-made partnerships between schools, businesses and community organizations of all kinds to foster and support high achievement and student aspirations. School partners provide a combination of volunteer time, in-kind contributions, and financial resources to meet the needs of the students from Pre-K through Grade 12.


The Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program is committed to building and maintaining mutually beneficial educational partnerships by providing collaborative opportunities to support and enhance student aspirations and community needs.


The vision of the Timberlane Regional School and Community Partnership Program is to enhance and strengthen community relationships that strive to benefit Timberlane students and all members of the greater community.


Timberlane Regional School District and Community Partnerships involve a community organization or business relationship that strengthens the overall academic programs of our schools and offers partners the opportunity to raise their profiles in the community. As a NH public school district we are considered a municipal corporation and a subdivision of the State of New Hampshire. Therefore, all contributions are tax deductible under IRS section 170 (c)(1). Do you have a favorite cause, a favorite school, a favorite project? Let us know and we can work with principals and district administration to help tailor a partnership that fits you! THE Partnership Program Agreement Form can be found under the DOCUMENTS tab on the home page.


Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnerships are welcomed at all levels of the school system. Individual school partners work directly with the school administration to provide support to the school in their efforts to ensure the success of all students. In turn you will receive recognition for their efforts through multiple public communication venues in the schools.
So Many Benefits!
School and Community partnerships serve so many different needs for all involved! Students know that the adults in their community care about their success. They have a chance to work with positive role models and mentors that can highlight the academic goals that will help them succeed in the working world. Partners can exercise their social and civic responsibilities and raise their community visibility. They can also provide valuable resources to schools that will help enhance the student academic experience. In the long run, both students and partners can come to understand the importance of collaborative effort and participation in their community at large.


  • Donate supplies to supplement curriculum

  • Sponsor student teams and competitions

  • Arrange job-shadowing experiences

  • Display student artwork in your offices

  • Provide recognition for outstanding students and /or staff

  • Serve as guest speakers in a school

  • Provide internships for students

  • Sponsor student and/or school events


  • Provide music groups for company functions

  • Provide space and teachers for corporate trainings

  • Feature your business in school publications

  • Assist with community service projects

  • Support your public events

  • Serve on your Boards or Committees

  • Provide complementary tickets to school events


  • $5, 000 + Platinum

  • $3, 000 – $4, 999 Gold

  • $1, 000 – $2, 999 Silver

  • $1 – $999 Bronze

All donations are tax-deductible under IRS section 170 (c)(1).

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How to Become A Business/Community Partner

Step 1 – Contact the Partnership Coordinator You can contact Scott Strainge at 603-382-6541 ex 3907 0r at Step 2 – Meet the School Rep Meet with and talk to the Partnership Coordinator to explore ways to get involved Step 3 – Agree on a Plan School and business representatives agree upon a project …

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