InfoSnap 2015-2016

Student Recognition Program Announcement

Grades 4-8

The Governor Wentworth Regional School District is pleased to share that a new model of student recognition has been adopted for students in grades four through eight, in place of traditional honor roll recognition.  A committee representing parents, teachers, administrators and school board members has worked together for the past three years to research and develop a model of student recognition that aligns more closely with standards-based assessment, which has been in place now for several years for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.  

For More Information

Grades 4-6

Work Habits and Life Skills Rubric

Grades 7-8
Kingswood Regional Middle School
Work Habits and Life Skills Rubric

Enrolling for Student Accident Insurance

Dear GWRSD Parents

As you begin to think about preparing your child for the 2015-16 school year an opportunity to sign up for student accident insurance is being offered by calling 1-877-444-5014 or by visiting the website    A debit or credit card is necessary for both methods.   A copy of the brochure and claim form can be downloaded and printed from the website.  Customer service and enrollment information is available by telephone. 


Crescent Lake School One Wheeled Wonders Team showcased on NH Chronicle

Our Gold Scholars were recently treated to a luncheon with Administration in celebration of their successes at KRHS. These students have challenged themselves academically, obtaining a minimum GPA of 3.4, taking on school and community leadership roles and obtaining strong SAT scores. They have enrolled in honor level classes and have taken a minimum of three advanced placement classes or two advanced placement classes along with a rigorous junior/senior honors program They also participate in a minimum of two extra-curricular activities and a minimum of ten hours of community service.

Bus Safety

Smarter Balanced Assessments
News from Kaitlyn Hills, Director of Curriculum
This past spring students in grades 3-8 and 11 participated in New Hampshire's new state assessment in English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics known as Smarter Balanced. These online assessments replaced the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP). For general information please view the links below:


Monday, June 20
High School and Middle School - 12:00 PM Dismissal
Elementary Schools - 1:00 PM Dismissal

Next School Board Meeting
August 8, 2016
Brookfield Town Hall
7:00 PM, School Board Meeting

GWRSD Adult Education