March Newsletter

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THS Athletic Gala, wolves on the blue!

See flyer for details and email erin@mikebrowngroup.com with questions
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Wolves to Watch!


Varsity boys battled hard in two games that had more overtimes then our heart rates could handle. Such close hard fought games.

However, congratulations to the Boys and Girls Basketball teams for claiming the State Academic Championship! This award is won by having the highest cumulative, non-weighted GPA. Way to go you Wylie Wolves!!

Our hats off to Coach Jones, his staff and the varsity girl's basketball team for an incredible season and bringing home the State Championship - A close final game against rival Boise High with a huge crowd made for amazing basketball memories! And to add to the awesomeness, players Sophia Glancey and Audrey Taylor have been asked to join the 19th Annual All-Star game held at the College of Idaho on March 12th @ 1pm. Come enjoy more great basketball and support these two Wolves. Our school was also awarded the Sportsmanship award for the state tournament.

Not to be outdone, both the JV and Sophomore Girl's teams won their district championship games and the sophomores went undefeated. Looks like we have years more of good basketball coming our way!


Congratulations to Timberline Debate for their 1st place tie in Debate Sweepstakes and 2nd place in Speech Sweepstakes!

Congrats to these incredibly talented Wolves who qualified for Nationals in June.

Schylar Smith and Belén Edgar in Public Forum Debate

Cara Halford and Brady Dunn in Policy Debate

Alex Bude in Lincoln Douglas Debate

Avery Hamilton and Reed Adams in Duo Interpretation

Vishali Sutharsan in Informative Speaking

Ize Upham in Informative Speaking

Also special shout-out to Schylar Smith who was selected by the coaches as NSDA District Student of the Year!


The following students have been accepted into the Annual High School Emerging Artist Show at Art Source Gallery this year. Congratulations to these artistic Wolves!

Alex Long - Lifesaver and Shoe Tree

Gavin Liberty - Meeting Place

Wonyoung Lee (Portfolio) - Break Time to hang

Kyla Crockett - The 1%

Elizabeth Wolfe - Superstar


Congratualtions to Timberline HOSA Regionals at Regionals!

Rian placed in top 3 in 2 events

Ishita placed in top 3 in 2 events

Dana Hwang placed 1st

Jessica Abraham placed 1st

Sneha Sharma placed 2nd in 2 different events


Huge Congratulations to DECA at state!

Adam Abramso

Sport event marketing individual 3rd place

TEAM Integrated Mktg Campaign 1st place

Thomas Nam

Sport event marketing individual 4th place

Antonio Cariello

Sport/event marketing individual 1st place

Suvan Pilla

Hospitality and Tourism TEAM 3rd place

TEAM Integrated Mktg Campaign 1st place

Sanshray Kukutla

Hospitality and Tourism TEAM 3rd place

Sanshubh Kukutla

Entrepreneurship TEAM 2nd place

Darin Noronha

Entrepreneurship TEAM 2nd place

Adam Matrai
Entrepreneurship TEAM 1st place

Isaac McCully

Entrepreneurship TEAM 1st place

Grace Vo

Financial Services TEAM 1st place

Sarah Curtis

Financial Services TEAM 1st place

Alex Gehrke

Automotive service marketing 3rd place

Kaushik Gadekari

Sports marketing

Logan Nally

Food marketing 2nd place

Kellen Nie

Mktg Mgmt and Team Decision 5th place

Michael Lin

Mktg Mgmt and Team Decision 5th place

TEAM Integrated Mktg Campaign 1st place

Jalen Lu

Business Services Marketing 2nd place

Anton Wold

Sport and Entertainment Marketing

Adam Atalla

Personal Financial Literacy 2nd place

Business Entrepreneurship

Students worked on a project for the State Board of Education in groups of 2-3 students. In the project, students would analyze, synthesize, and research data in order to make recommendations to the State on how to improve the website's traffic, frequency of visit, and staying time on the website.

Incorporating the marketing lessons from their class, students were able to use their skills in a real world setting. Emilia Collins and Lily Pinson took 2nd overall and won $500 toward our very own DECA student organization!


Congratulations to Timberline's Luke Bousfield and James Liu on their first-place finish at the Regeneron Regional Science and Engineering Fair. They have been awarded a fully paid trip to Atlanta to compete in the National Competition in May. For their research, they developed a novel search algorithm based on the Simple Genetic Algorithm to demonstrate the vulnerabilities in an encryption method assumed to be impenetrable. Their research is absolutely mind-blowing and challenges the research of giants in the field.


Huge shoutout to Sean Kane, Todd King and the cast and crew of "The Little Mermaid". The musical showcased amazing talent and entertained all ages. Students performed to sell out crowds and inspired future students. Well done our musical Wolves!


The Wrestling team qualified 8 for the State Meet, including District Champion,

Josh Mendoza at 120. Josh went on to place 2nd at State.

98 – Paul Valentine 113 – Cole Clint

120 – Josh Mendoza 132 – Parker Romero

145 – Reuben Jones 160 – Wyatt Romero

170 – Zeffery McMahan 195 – Jameson Kocian


The Cheer team competed at the state tournament in the sideline division. Congratulations on a fantastic season.


Timberline Dance took 4th in Dance, 4th in Prop and 7th in Hip Hop at State this year. Congratulations to Coach Smart and Maggard for a very successful year. Those lucky enough to catch a performance were blown away by their talent.


Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Track, and Golf are all underway. come out and cheer on your Wolves!!

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Tennis court rebuild starting soon!

We are extremely lucky to be getting our tennis courts rebuilt this spring. Unfortunately, it will interrupt our season and athletes will be playing on other courts. Also during construction, the small part of our parking lot on the east side of the courts will be fenced off for heavy equipment traffic and storage. Students will need to park in the larger, main student lot.

Part of the school's walkway on the south side of the courts will also be fenced, so patrons will need to walk on the grass instead of the paved path. We are very sorry for the short-term inconveniences this may cause, but our new courts will be a wonderful improvement for our top-performing program

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Timberline Events for your calendar

March 12 - Timberline Booster Gala, Stueckle Sky Center, 5:30 pm

March 13 - Daylight Savings - Spring Forward

March 15 - 11:30 - 12:300 Herff Jones distribute Graduation Orders (not caps and gowns)

March 17 - St. Patrick's Day

March 18 - End of 3rd Qtr

March 21-25 Spring Break

March 28 - All City Jazz Night (Jazz Band) 7-9 pm @ Borah

April 5 - Heart of the Wolf ceremony 7-9 pm

April 13 - SAT Testing Day for Juniors (more info as we get closer)

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BSD approved optional masks when we return from spring break, March 28th

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Timberline Contacts

Timberline High School

701 E. Boise Ave. Boise, ID 83706

Main Office

Phone: 208.854.6230

Fax: 208.854.6318

Principal - Diana Molino

Phone: 208.854.6233

Email: diana.molino@boiseschools.org

Attendance - Cristy Hale

Phone: 208.854.6235 Fax: 208.854.6318

email: timberlineattendance@boiseschools.org

Admin. Assistant & Counselor's Admin - Alsy Cory

Phone: 208.854.6241 Fax: 208.854.6232

Email: alsy.cory@boiseschools.org

Front Office Assistant - Leah Wright

Phone: 208.854.6230

Fax: 208.854.6318

Registrar - Donna Dodd

Phone: 208.854.6239 Fax: 208.854.6232

Email: donna.dodd@boiseschools.org

Business Office/ASB - Naomi Lam

Phone: 208.854.6246

Email: naomi.lam@boiseschools.org

Athletic Director - Tol Gropp

Phone: 208.854.6273

Email: tol.gropp@boiseschools.org

SRO - TyJuan Lynn

Phone: 208.854.6236

Email: tyjuan.lynn@boiseschools.org

Security - Shenna Baughman

Phone: 208.854.6293

Email: shenna.baughman@boiseschools.org