June 11th was graduation for 335 Timberlane High School students. The sky was overcast but spirits were high as we said a fond goodbye to a cohort of young adults who will continue to make us proud in the broader world. Principal Woodworth spoke of the responsibility of living a life with meaning. Dr. Metzler spoke of the nature of character. We all feel keenly the hopes and proud expectations of every parent as they celebrate the passing from one accomplishment onto the promise but uncertainly of the next.
This year’s class Valedictorian was Sandown’s Jamie Daley. (Well done, Jamie! Hooray, Sandown!) Jared Spang was class Salutatorian, and class Essayist was Alysha Assaf. There was also a good number of National Honor Society members in this graduating class.
Principal Woodworth singled out for special recognition the number of graduates who were going on to military service, continuing a historical tradition of strong military service from New Hampshire.
We had much to celebrate this past weekend. May Timberlane have served you well, graduates, and may our expectations and yours all come to pass.