News
  • GEAR UP NH Kick – Off Event
    On the evening of September 27, 2017 7th & 8th grade students and their families gathered for dinner at the Whitefield Elementary School for the GEAR UP NH Kick – Off Event.
  • WMRSD Online Sports Registration

    White Mountains Regional School District athletics continue to offer the convenience of online sports registration through a partner company, FamilyID (www.familyid.com). 


  • Competency Based Design Studio
    Teachers and administrators of the White Mountains Regional School District attended the  Design Studio in Nashua, New Hampshire.
  • Parent Involvement Survey
     Have a student with an IEP? Keep an eye out for a parent involvement survey in the mail, or go to www.NHParent.com. Have your voice heard!
  • A Conference for Educators- Designing a Culture of Learning
    On June 26 and 27 2017 White Mountains Regional High School in collaboration with the Education Research Consortium will be hosting a conference on Designing a Culture of Learning in Whitefield, New Hampshire. 
    Below is a brief overview of the workshop:

    In our traditional “culture of teaching” the educator is primary the actor and the student generally a passive respondent. The times now demand a critical new orientation, an evolution of practice to a “culture of learning”. This conference will engage educators in using problems and projects, infuse technology and inquiry techniques, and develop skills in coaching, connecting, and advising students to push for deeper learning.

  • School Board Meetings Broadcast LIVE!
    Live school Board Meetings and previously recorded meetings are now available by clicking here .

     

District Upcoming Events
System of Care
  • SoC December Newsletter
    Are you supposed to clear your mind, or focus on one thing? Here's the Mindful definition of Mindfulness...
  • SoC November Newsletter
    Why Wraparond? Wraparound is an approach with demonstrated effectiveness for children and youth with complex behavioral health challenges.
  • SoC October Newsletter
    How will the Systems of Care Grant (SoC) affect my Family/School/Child? 

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