PLAISTOW —The Timberlane School Board is conducting a Community Outreach Survey to give residents the opportunity to provide feedback about their experiences with the District. The survey has been developed by the School Board's Citizens Advisory Committee to get a better understanding of how parents and community members engage with the schools and to determine where there is room for improvement.

Developing excellence in the Timberlane District involves finding out what residents want from their schools. Results of the survey will be used to make parent and community involvement part of the District's plan for school improvement and student success.

The Community Outreach Survey will be available through Sun., November 16. There are two versions of the survey: one for community members who do not currently have children enrolled in District schools and one for parents of current students. Log on to the District's website at to complete the survey online. Paper copies of the survey are available at town halls and libraries in Atkinson, Danville, Plaistow, and Sandown.


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