WMRSD celebrates years of service! 10 years - Gerry Lepine, Katlyn Godin, Karen Keller, Lori Shearer, and Stephanie Glidden. 15 Years - Martina Macakova, Angie Smith, Aaryn Ford, and Alisha Ingerson. 20 years - Jamie Colby, Mike Curtis, Kelly Fuller, and Jody Whiting. 25 Years - Mike Cronin and Erica Hicks. 30 years- Patsy Ainsworth. 35 Years - Tim Phillips.
WMRSD welcomes back all District Staff! Dr. Marion Anastasia and School Board Chair Bob Loiacono delivered welcoming addresses. District Leadership Team members introduced new staff and outlined three focus areas for the District this year. The focus areas include Instructional Design, Formative Assessment, and Classroom Environment.
Dear WMRSD Families, Welcome back to a new school year! It is with great enthusiasm that we open our doors once again to our students, families, and staff. As we embark on this exciting journey together, I want to take a moment to express our sincere appreciation for your continued trust in our educational community. At WMRSD, we firmly believe that a strong partnership between parents, teachers, and administrators is essential for the success of our students. Open lines of communication form the foundation upon which we can best support our children's growth and learning. I encourage each of you to establish and maintain regular contact with your child's teachers and principals throughout the year. Whether it's discussing your child's progress, addressing concerns, or sharing valuable insights about their individual needs, your input plays a vital role in their education journey. Creating a safe and nurturing learning environment remains our top priority. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of safety protocols to ensure that our schools are places where your children can learn, explore, and flourish without worry. Our dedicated team has worked diligently to implement thorough safety measures, taking into account the latest guidelines and best practices. Our curriculum is not only academically rigorous but also intentionally designed to educate the whole child. We understand that education extends beyond textbooks and classrooms. Our educators are committed to fostering emotional intelligence, social skills, and character development. This holistic approach prepares our students to thrive not only in their academic pursuits but also in their personal lives and future careers. Building and maintaining relationships within our school community is another cornerstone of our educational philosophy. We believe that a sense of belonging is crucial for a fulfilling educational experience. By cultivating strong relationships, we create an environment where students feel valued, supported, and inspired to reach their full potential. We encourage students to engage in clubs, sports, and extracurricular activities that allow them to connect with peers who share their interests. In addition to academics, I want to bring your attention to an important aspect of our community support. Please consider completing the Free and Reduced Meal application. This not only ensures that your child receives healthy meals but also contributes to additional aid for our town. The resources generated from these applications help us provide a more enriched educational experience, reducing the burden on local taxes and enhancing the opportunities available to all our children. Online Free and Reduced Meal Application and meal payments here: linqconnect.com Remember, I am always here for you. If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or 603-837-9363. Together, we can make this school year an incredible journey of growth, discovery, and success for every child in our care. Here's to a wonderful new school year! Warm regards, Marion Marion Anastasia, Superintendent
W.W. Berry has released the 2023-2024 Transportation Routes. Please review by going to this link. https://5il.co/235aj
Welcome our new staff to WMRSD. New staff are participating in orientation and professional development Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Dear Families and SAU #36 Staff, I am writing to announce an important addition to our school district's leadership team. We are thrilled to introduce Mr. Rob Scott as the new Assistant Superintendent for School Operations. With his extensive experience and dedication to education, we are confident that Mr. Scott will contribute significantly to the continued growth and success of our district. It is essential to clarify that Mr. Scott's appointment does not replace his existing responsibilities as Director of Facilities and CTE Director. In fact, he will continue to excel in these roles, ensuring the smooth operation of our facilities and promoting career and technical education opportunities for our students. In his new capacity as Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Scott will assume the credentialing duties previously performed by our former HR Manager. This includes overseeing the credentialing process with the Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent and the Superintendent, for all district staff, ensuring that they possess the necessary qualifications and certifications for their respective positions. Furthermore, Mr. Scott will be taking on increased supervision and evaluation of staff. By providing comprehensive support and guidance, he will help foster a positive work environment and promote professional growth among our educators and support staff. Another crucial aspect of Mr. Scott's role will be focusing on the safety and security of our district. Recognizing the paramount importance of maintaining a secure learning environment, he will work diligently to ensure that all necessary protocols and procedures are in place. Additionally, he will spearhead the implementation of relevant training programs for our staff to enhance their preparedness and response in various situations. He will also serve as the Title IV Coordinator and the District’s Equity Officer. Rob will also assume all transportation - related responsibilities for our District's vehicles/vans/trucks/buses. Mr. Scott's appointment as Assistant Superintendent for School Operations reflects our district's commitment to providing a safe, supportive, and high-quality educational experience for all students and staff members. We are confident that his expertise, passion, and dedication will make a lasting impact on our district's operations and the overall success of our students. Please join us in welcoming Mr. Rob Scott to his new role and expressing our gratitude for his continued service to our community and its educational institutions. Marion Anastasia, Ed.D. Superintendent, SAU #36 White Mountains Regional School District 135 Regional Road Whitefield, NH 03598 Whitefield, NH 03598 (603) 837-9363
FREE SUMMER MEALS - 2023 Coos County Summer Meal Sites Sponsored by the NH Food Bank, the Summer Food Service Program is a federally-funded, state-administered program which provides kids & teens with access to tasty, nutritious meals during the summer months. Click for more info: https://5il.co/1wupm
Underclassmen Awards Night correction - Underclassmen Awards will take place on Wednesday, June 14th, in the auditorium at WMRHS, not Wednesday, June 16th as stated in the letters mailed to families of recipients. We apologize for this error. We hope to see you there for the recognition of students in grades 9-11 for their academic excellence at 6:00pm.
Good Afternoon White Mountains Regional School District Families and Staff. Given the weather forecast for tomorrow 02/23/2023, we are canceling school and all after school activities scheduled for tomorrow.
Bus 135 For Lancaster/Jefferson is approximately 40 minutes late.
Are you looking for something to do? Are you retired but want to work a few hours a day? Are your kids in school but you want to earn extra money? Do you want to work with fun people and see smiling student faces? We have the job for you!!!! Lancaster School Food Service needs you!!! The job would be 4 hours per day with the same holidays and vacations off as our students. Please call Melodie Stevens at (603) 837-9031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dear WMRSD Families, In response to the imminent wind chill factors in the morning, we are making some arrangements with the bus company: -If buses are delayed, we will notify families. -Students may wait in their homes for the buses. However, they must be ready to go as soon as the bus arrives. -If buses wait, please expect pick up times to fluctuate and delays at all homes and schools. Please make sure your children have extra warm clothes, boots, mittens and hats! (Tomorrow is an early release day, too!)
Copper Cannon Camp is a tuition-free, one week, overnight summer camp, located in Bethlehem, that serves children ages 9-12 in any New Hampshire school district who is eligible. Copper Cannon Camp IS NOT a special needs or behavioral camp. If a child requires a one on one at school, we might not be a good fit. We do require a copy of their IEP, 504, or Behavioral Plan as part of our paperwork. Please call us at 603-823-8107 or email email@example.com for more information, or check out our website: www.coppercannon.org.
Join the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund's Empower Coos Youth Grantmaking Committee and you can decide how to award up to $50,000 in grants to non-profit organizations that are making our communities better for everyone. We are looking for high school students in Coos County and bordering communities in New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont who are driven to create positive change in their community and who can help inspire more youth to join this movement, Applications are due Friday, April 14, 2023. Apply today at www.nhcf.org/empowercoosyouth
For the third year in a row, the New Hampshire Department of Education is partnering with New Hampshire camps and school-age summer programs across the state to offer students the unique opportunity to move beyond COVID-19 and be a kid again. Students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities benefit from exposure to short-term summer enrichment programs, including in the areas of challenge, friend-making, positivity, and emotional safety. These are all things that New Hampshire camps and school-age programs do best. Eligible students and corresponding youth recreation camp fees include: $750 eligible: Students with a disability $600 eligible: Students from families earning less than 250% of the federal poverty level $450 eligible: Students from families earning less than 400% of the federal poverty level.
Good Afternoon White Mountains Regional School District Families and Staff. Given the weather forecast, we will have a 2-hour delay tomorrow morning 01/26/2023. There will be no preschool and breakfast will not be served. Thank you.
Good Morning White Mountains Regional School District Families and Staff. All after school activities are cancelled today.
NOTICE TO THE VOTERS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT DELIBERATIVE SESSION (Annual Meeting 1st Session) The White Mountains Regional School District’s Deliberative Session will be held in the White Mountains Regional High School Auditorium on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. In case of cancellation due to inclement weather, the meeting will be rescheduled for Thursday, February 9, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. Informational packets will be available on the district’s web site (sau36.org) prior to the meeting. White Mountains Regional School Board
Good Morning White Mountains Regional School District Families and Staff. We will have a 2- hour delay this morning 01/23/2023. School will start at 10:00 am. There will be no preschool and breakfast will not be served. Thank you.
Good Morning White Mountains Regional School District Families and Staff. We will have a 2- hour delay this morning, Friday the 13th, 2023. School will start at 10:00 am. There will be no preschool. Thank you.