|Triangle School, 2 August 1962 Courier News|
|15 June 1966, Home News|
Actually, the very first students to occupy the school were a few hooligans who pried open a window and made some minor mischief in a couple of classrooms in the summer of 1962. They just couldn't wait!
Like most of the Hillsborough schools that were built before the municipal sewer system was ubiquitous in the central part of the township, Triangle School initially used a septic system with periodic pumping and disposal. After a few years when the school district sought to hook into the system used by Country Club Homes, the inadequacy of that system was brought to the fore.
The opening of the twin schools in 1962 gave Hillsborough an actual surplus of classrooms for the first and only time in its history. Although every room at Triangle was occupied, Woodfern started the school year with nine rooms in reserve. There were also three vacant rooms at the Consolidated School (HES), and two at Sunnymead. No children would need to be bussed to Montgomery, and the three older buildings - Bloomingdale, Flagtown, and Liberty - contributed an additional eleven empty classrooms to the reserve.
|4 August 1969 Courier News|
The December 1984 construction referendum brought the addition of the multipurpose room in 1987. Additional classrooms, a new cafeteria, new library, and computer rooms debuted in 1989.