Winnisquam Regional School District

Young Readers at Union Sanbornton Art Project Artist in Residence Artist in Residence WRHS Night of Arts WRHS Volleyball WRHS Volleyball WRHS Soccer
AG Center students at work WRHS Field Hockey running for a cause Winnisquam Football FFA Youth Leadership WRHS student climbing new heights WRHS Baseball Quilt for Chem Free
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Upcoming Events

  • School Board Meeting
    October 20, 2014
    in the Middle School Media Center at 6:30pm
  • Free Seasonal Flu Vaccine Clinic
    October 28, 2014
    Winnisquam Regional Middle School from 2:30pm to 5:30pm

WRSD Assessment of Educational Facility Needs

The district has received the report for the assessment of educational facilities needs prepared by NHSAA June 2014 View Report

District Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) report information

The Superintendent has released notice regarding the district's Annual Measurable Objectives report. This is the State of New Hampshire's restructured process for monitoring student proficiency. Letter from the Superintendent To see the results for each individual school, follow the links from each school's main website page.

District NECAP results just released

State test results from October 2013 have just been released (2/5/2014)and are now being reviewed and analyzed. See Summary

Time to Create New Strategic Plan for 2015-2020

The district continues the process for developing the 2015 - 2020 Strategic Plan (begun in April 2013). On January 4, 2013 an Alignment Analysis Workshop was held with various stakeholders, members of the public, teachers, administrators, students and parents. The purpose was to examine and discuss the organizaiton's resources to see how everything is aligned to goals being articulated. See Findings

Be sure to follow all the planning stages by clicking on "2015 Strategic Plan Information" under Quick Links on the left. To find out more infomation or how to get involved please call the SAU office at 286-4116.

John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

Are you looking for a challenging experience for your second through eighth grade child? If your child scored in the Proficient with Distinction category of the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) he or she may qualify for Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Programs. See your child's Guidance Counselor for more information or call The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth at 410-735-6278. Visit their website at