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  • Competency Based Design Studio
    Teachers and administrators of the White Mountains Regional School District attended the  Design Studio in Nashua, New Hampshire.
  • WMRSD Athletic Advisory Committee to the Board

    Ms. Kerry Brady, the WMRSD Athletic Director, is soliciting community membership in order to create an Athletic Advisory Committee to the Board.  The WMRSD Athletic Advisory Committee membership shall be chosen from SAU# 36 residents only.


    The WMRSD Board will provide a charge, in writing, to the Advisory Committee as referenced in WMRSD Policy BDF: Advisory Committees to the Board.   There will be representation from the WMRSD Board (appointed by the chair) and the schools’ principals and/or designees.  The central purpose of the advisory committees is to contribute to the educational program by conducting studies, identifying problems, and developing recommendations that enhance the effectiveness of the decision-making process. The ultimate authority to make decisions will continue to reside with the powers and duties of the Board as imposed by law.

    The School Board shall see that the public is made aware of the services rendered by the committee and shall see that the public is informed of the major conclusions and recommendations made by the committees.


    Please contact Ms. Brady at kbrady@sau36.org or 837-9432 if you are interested or have any questions.  We anticipate that the committee will begin its work during the summer of 2017. 


    Policy BDF can be found on the sau36.org website under the School Board tab. 

  • 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.

  • 2016-2017 School Year Information
    Click here to view 2016-2017 School Year Information.
  • School Board Meetings Broadcast LIVE!
    Live school Board Meetings and previously recorded meetings are now available by clicking here .

     

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