WMRSD Blueprint for Tomorrow

The White Mountains Regional School District is undergoing a redesign project/study to optimize the district and schools’ resources to maximize student success.

The Steering Committee will consist of 17 members. These members are made from a broad representation of community and business leaders, WMRSD parents, school board members, administrators, and teachers.  The Steering Committee will vet data and recommendations provided by the Project Team and present the recommendations to the school board. The Steering will also be responsible for creating and implementing a community communications and buy-in plan.  

The Project Team will consist of 12 members.  They will design and carry out the data collection process and make recommendations to the Steering Committee concerning their findings.  The team will seek guidance and approval for data collection methods and resource expenditures. The team will be populated by students, teachers, and administrators.  

The redesign project is being facilitated by Dr. William Bryan from the Center for Secondary School Redesign (CSSR).  This work is funded through our Federal Grants program. The committee work will kick off on February 5, 2019 with a full day workshop for both committees.   

After the initial workshop, the Steering Committee will meet monthly and the Project Team will have a series of tasks to complete between monthly meetings.  The redesign project is estimated to run from February to June/July 2019. 


Update from the WMRSD “Blueprint for Tomorrow” Steering Committee
04/18/2019
Update from the WMRSD “Blueprint for Tomorrow” Steering Committee
The WMRSD Blueprint for Tomorrow Steering Committee (SC) and Project Team (PT) continue to work on the ‘Blueprint for Tomorrow’ study. Given that our purpose is to optimize our collective resources to maximize the success of our students, we are reaching out to you for feedback.
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03/18/2019
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.
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Ben Gaetjens-Oleson and Peter Powell discussing project success criteria with the group.
02/10/2019
WMRSD Blueprint for Tomorrow Update
On February 5, 2019, the WMRSD Redesign Steering Committee and the Redesign Project Team met with Dr. William Bryan, from the Center for Secondary School Redesign (CSSR), for the Redesign study orientation training.
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Steering Committee Members 

  • Ben Gaetjens-Oleson, Community Member
  • Ben Jellison, Community Member
  • Bill Everleth, WMRSD Director of Building and Grounds
  • Brent Holt, WMRSD Director of Student Services
  • Christopher McVetty, Community Member
  • Jeremy Noyes, WMRSD Director of IT
  • Kerry Sheehan, WMRSD Director of CIA, and Interim Principal - LES
  • Lori Shearer, WMRSD Support Staff
  • Marion Anastasia, WMRSD Superintendent of Schools
  • Mike Berry, WMRHS Principal
  • Scott Kleinschrodt, WMRSD School Board Liaison
  • Tara Giles, Community Member and Salmon Press reporter·     
  •  WW Berry Transportation Representative 

Project Team Committee Members

  • Chuck Patterson, WMRHS Teacher-Leader
  • Kelly Styles, WES Teacher
  • Lynne Holland, Community Member
  • Shane MacElhiney, WMRHS Teacher
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