Timberlane Regional High School was selected as one of four New England Schools to showcase their current 21st century practices at the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendent (CAPPS) “Students at the Center” conference. The presentation highlighted Timberlane’s progression and success in the areas of: school climate, freshman academy, co-teaching, differentiation, multiple pathways, and the integration of technology. Representing Timberlane at the conference were Principal Donald Woodworth, Assistant Principal Mary Widman, Special Education Department Chair Ros Moriarty, Guidance Counselor Heather Roy and Special Education teacher leader Bill Mealey. The group is part of the New England Secondary School Consortium and the League of Innovative Schools.
More residents in the Granite State can quickly email photos, download music and surf the Internet now that FairPoint Communications has expanded broadband service to more than 140 homes and businesses in the towns of Fremont, Brentwood and Stratham. This expansion is part of FairPoint's plan to increase broadband access to 95 percent of its service areas in New Hampshire. High-speed connection areas include portions of the following streets/roads in: Fremont: Beach, Bean, Brentwood, Deer, Gristmill, Kelsy, Kirsten, Main, Pigeon, Pine, Riverside and Tibbetts; Brentwood: Fellows, Hilltop, Middle, Mill, Old Danville, River and Rousseau; and Stratham: Marin and One Fine Chocolate.
JP Sanborn, the President and Founder of Journeyman basketball, and Alex Price, President of the Journeyman Players Association delivered a framed jersey and league photo to Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics in Exeter on November 9. The jersey was given as a token of appreciation and presented to Sports Medicine physician Dr. Kevin Heaton and Eric Cimon, Community Relations Director for Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics. Earlier in 2012, the Physicians of Access Sports Medicine made a generous donation to Journeyman Basketball to help pay for 200 new jerseys which will be worn by the 500 athletes that participate Journeyman Basketball program each year.