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.
Project Hope shirts are available for pre-order. If you would like to pre-order a Project Hope shirt, all orders must be received by Monday, April 6th @ 2:30 pm! Shirts cost $10 and were designed by Senior Becca Sands.
Please click on the link below for the order form
Mail to or drop off to front office:
36 Greenough Rd,
Plaistow, NH 03865
The Policy Committee meeting scheduled for today at 5:30 pm at the SAU is postponed to April 2nd.
Tonight at the PAC, there will be a public hearing about the citizen’s petition to change the funding formula for the school district. 7 pm
Let us hope that those who would like to inform the public about this very important warrant article will be given as much time to speak as they need. Public comment is invited during all Public Hearings.
Next Thursday, March 5th, the school board’s agenda will include a vote on closing Sandown Central.
If you wish to make a comment about the school closing during this meeting, you must fill out a card and submit it to the recording secretary at the meeting. You may speak during the public comment section at the very beginning of the meeting, listed as “Delegations and Individuals” on the agenda, or immediately before the board begins its discussion of the school closing. The board does not permit public comment once the board has begun their own discussion of the agenda item. (Don’t ask me to defend these rules.)
“Timberlane Regional High School Statement of Core Values, Beliefs, and 21st Century Learning Expectations Timberlane Regional High School is in the process of writing a statement of Core Values, Beliefs, and 21st Century Expectations in conjunction with the accreditation process through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Over the past two months, the NEASC Steering Committee has worked to compile and analyze the data from the survey on our Mission Statement that our staff, students, and parents were invited to take in September. The committee used this information to craft our Statement of Core Values, Beliefs, and 21st Century Expectations. We need your input! We invite you to visit our high school website to review this document and to then take a brief survey in order to provide us with feedback.” [ Preamble to the Draft Statement of Core Values]
The instructions say to read the draft first, then complete the survey.