Dear Community Members,
You will find the 91-A Right to Know Requests here for your review. Due to the extensive nature of these requests, we cannot upload the actual documents to the website. Also, many are not in an electronic format. However, this information is available to you at the SAU should you be interested. If you have any questions about school operations, please feel free to call me.
Superintendent of Schools
The mission of the Governor Wentworth Regional School District is to assure that each student acquires knowledge and develops skills and work habits to enable them to become contributing members of society.
The mission is best accomplished when each member of the Governor Wentworth Regional School District recognizes and addresses the individual abilities and needs of each student, maintains challenging expectations for each student, creates a positive school climate, ensures a safe and orderly school environment, monitors each student's progress on a frequent basis, and promotes effective school - community involvement collaboration.
The vision of the Governor Wentworth Regional School District is stated as: “Helping Each Child Create the Future.”
May 9, 2022 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
Accounts Payable - $2,000,674.30
Payroll - $1,923,135.76
To view the report details, please call 603-569-1658
to make an appointment with Kathy O'Blenes.
ESSER stands for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief. These are funds that have been allocated to the schools from the federal government for financial assistance during COVID. The funds have been allocated in three phases. They are intended to assist schools with certain circumstances associated with the pandemic, such as personal protective equipment, staffing, safety in school buildings, keeping schools open, supporting academic growth, and social and emotional learning. ESSER I and ESSER II grants are posted on this website for the public to review. In addition, these grants were discussed at our June 7th school board meeting.
We are currently in the process of developing the ESSER III grant priorities and are seeking public input. If you are interested in providing suggestions or input regarding ESSER III activities, please submit this information by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
ESSER 1 ESSER II
June 6, 2022
School Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m., LRTC
BUDGET INFO 2022-2023
Annual Report 2022
Budget Adoption Hearing Info
Budget Packet (Warrant, Budget, Tax Impact)
Deliberative Session Slide Show
MS-26 School Budget Form
Proposed General Fund Budget by Object
Proposed General Fund Budget w/Revenues
March 8, 2022
Voting - 2nd Session of Deliberative
2022 Election Results
NH Department of Education Survey
Dear Families, Community Members, and Staff:
The New Hampshire Department of Education wants to hear from you! The 603 Bright Futures Survey is available for you to distribute to your communities now through April 29th. It has been two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and much has changed since that time. While communities start to recover from all of the disruptions, it is critical to understand how staff, families, and communities have been impacted, and how they will move forward to plan for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.
The 603 Bright Futures Survey is also how schools will gather their Special Education Family data in support of the NHDOE's federal reporting for Indicator 8. This year, all schools and families are eligible to participate. Please feel free to share the survey with your community.
Survey Links: To access the surveys, please visit the appropriate link(s) beginning Monday, March 14, through Friday, April 29, 2022
Families in K-12, Preschool, and Private Schools: bit.ly/nhdoefamily
Staff in Public and Private Schools: bit.ly/nhdoestaff
Community Members*: bit.ly/nhdoecommunity
* Please note that "Community Members" are those who do not have students enrolled in New Hampshire public schools. Those who do should complete the family surveys instead.