Our Mission

The White Mountains Regional School District uses our collective resources to educate responsible and ethical citizens who are academically, socially, and physically prepared to meet the needs of our community in an ever-changing world.

Strategic Plan District Dialogue


Our School District is located in the beautiful White Mountains in northern New Hampshire. Our district includes three schools and one administrative office serving the communities of Carroll, Dalton, Jefferson, Lancaster, and Whitefield.

Lancaster Whitefield WMRHS
WMRSD Child Find Screening`
WMRSD Child Find Screening
WMRSD Child Find Screening For Children Ages birth-21 years of age Screening is a service provided to determine if a referral for special education evaluation is appropriate. Specialists will screen children’s overall development in the areas of cognitive ability, speech/language, motor, and social-emotional development. Read Less
Screening of Intelligent Lives
Screening of Intelligent Lives
INTELLIGENT LIVES, a documentary by award-winning filmmaker Dan Habib, has its North Country premiere at White Mountains Regional High School on May 16, 2019 at 5:00 pm. This special screening will also include a resource fair and light refreshments.
WMRSD SoC Cover Page Image - March 2019 Newsletter
WMRSD System of Care - March Newsletter
Self Care; What is it? Why is it important?
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WMRSD “Blueprint for Tomorrow” Steering Committee Update
The WMRSD “Blueprint for Tomorrow” Steering Committee, formally known as WMRSD Redesign Study would like to update the WMRSD staff, families, and community members regarding the work they have completed to date.
Scott Holmes, LES Principal
WMRSD Welcomes Scott Holmes, LES Principal
Please join the White Mountain Regional School District in welcoming Scott Holmes as the Lancaster School Principal and Instructional Leader.
WMRSD District Dialogue Newsletter - Issue 4 Front Page
WMRSD District Dialogue Newsletter - Issue 4
It’s a pleasure to share this issue of the District Dialogue with our staff and community! The overall theme in this issue highlights our strategies and programs that support our students.

System Of Care (SOC)

The White Mountains Regional School District (SAU #36) is a recent recipient of the New Hampshire System of Care (SoC) FAST Forward 2020 Grant. This is a four year grant awarded from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) which will support the expansion and sustainability of a state level system of care for children, youth and their families. This grant is administered through the New Hampshire Department of Education by the Office of Student Wellness. This an exciting time for the White Mountains Regional School District community, paving the way towards behavioral health and wellness for all students in the district.

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WMRHS "Own Your Learning"