Sep 21, 2016 12:14 PM
TIMBERLANE— Timberlane High School will be doing their part in helping out with the continuing drought.
Superintendent, Dr. Earl Metzler, announced that beginning Wednesday, the district as a whole will increase its efforts in conserving water in light of the recent drought.
Conservation efforts will include banning the use of all irrigation systems for all schools and fields, and instructing staff and students to minimize water usage in all buildings.
Dr. Metzler encourages all district families to consider limiting water usage at home as ground water supplies affect everyone.
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