Friday, February 3rd is an EARLY RELEASE DAY for LES students. Lunch will be served. See the information below for the dismissal schedule: -early buses will depart around 11:20 am -parent pick-up/walkers will be dismissed at 11:30 am -late buses will depart around 11:50 am Have a great day!
1 day ago, Scott Holmes
During the month of February, Lancaster School is hosting the Kids Heart Challenge. LES students in grades 1-5th will be participating in this fundraiser, formerly called Jump Rope for Heart during their Physical Education class. The Kids Heart Challenge is a community service learning program of the American Heart Association. Students will learn the importance of developing heart healthy habits, understanding that being physically active can be fun as we spend time jumping rope and developing new rope skills during P.E. As well as raising money to support research and education. Students will help save lives across the country and in our own community. This will be the 8th year Lancaster has hosted the Kids Heart Challenge. Our previous record LES raised a total of $9,619.00. This year we're hoping to reach a new goal of $10,000.00! Everyone has the opportunity to participate in fundraising for the Kids Heart Challenge along with the LES students. Go to and search for our school name and join us in supporting the American Heart Association and our school! Our fundraiser ends on Wednesday, February 22th. Thank you for your support and helping us be heart heroes!
7 days ago, Beth Chase
Slime Mr. Holmes Poster
Spiritwear joggers are all 10% off right now! Here's the link:
8 days ago, Beth Chase
Joggers Sale Picture
January 23, 2023 Dear Parents and Guardians, We are writing to inform you that Lancaster Elementary School recently completed testing for lead in drinking water. This is part of an ongoing effort related to New Hampshire’s House Bill 1421, which requires school and childcare facilities to test for lead in drinking water and to act when lead is found at levels at or above 5 parts per billion (ppb). Lead is a toxic heavy metal with various adverse health effects if inhaled or swallowed. Lead rarely occurs naturally in New Hampshire’s drinking water sources (groundwater or surface water) and typically enters drinking water due to the wearing away of piping, faucets, fixtures and other plumbing materials. Because lead is tasteless, odorless, and colorless in drinking water, testing is the only way to learn whether lead is present. It is important to sample each faucet or water fountain used for drinking or food prep because test results can vary between locations. During recent testing, we collected samples from 8 drinking water outlets (e.g., drinking fountains, classroom faucets, kitchen sinks), with 2 samples testing at or above 5 ppb; action must be taken. We have removed access to these outlets until the problem can be corrected. The table below shows a list of the tested outlets that presented elevated levels of lead, their locations, sample results, and our planned remediation. 1. Outlet Number: 21475-1 Location: Kitchen Sample Result: 12.4 (ppb) Planned Remediation: Faucet Replacement 2. Outlet Number: 21475-3 Location: Kitchen Sample Result: 7.51 Planned Remediation: Faucet Replacement All sample results and additional resources from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) can be viewed at Sincerely, Robert Scott, Director of Facilities
9 days ago, WMRSD/SAU 36 Communications
LES Parent Notification Letter
5th and 6th Grade Got Sneakers Fundraiser
14 days ago, Beth Chase
Got Sneakers? Fundraiser Collection Information
Pancake Breakfast with Santa this Saturday at Lancaster School! Come join us for some fun!
about 2 months ago, Beth Chase
Pancake Breakfast Advertisement
Families of children Pre-K - grade 5 - Peaceful Parenting Skills - of Conscious Discipline - Workshop December 14, 2022 6:00 - 7:15 PM - Sponsored by North Country Educational Services (NCES), The Coos Coalition for Young Children and Families, and the North Country Partnership for SEL Practices. Register by December 12 at, or email, or call 1-603-466-5437 (M-F 8-4) for registration and information.
2 months ago, WMRSD/SAU 36 Communications
Brochure image for Peaceful Parenting Skills Workshop page 1
Brochure image for Peaceful Parenting Skills workshop page 2
The White Mountains Regional Nordic Ski Team is looking for new members of the upcoming winter season!
3 months ago, WMRSD/SAU 36 Communications
Invitation to join WMRHS Nordic Ski Team.  Pictures of students on skis.
On Friday, November 4, 2022, The White Mountains Regional High School JROTC Spartan Battalion, and the Student Council sponsored a assembly for students grades 9-12 to mark Veterans' Day and honor local veterans. Command Sergeant Major Brad Cross of Whitefield spoke to the student body about the importance of Veterans' Day and honoring the service and sacrifice of veterans. The JROTC Color Guard presented the colors, and student Scott Black sang our National Anthem.
3 months ago, WMRSD/SAU 36 Communications
WMRSD Faculty/Administration/Honored Guests at 2022 Veterans' Day Ceremony
Command Sgt Major Brad Cross speaks to the WMRHS students about the importance of Veterans' Day
Weeks Memorial Library offers extended hours for Game Day and Lego Club. You can access the information on these flyers for both clubs.
3 months ago, Beth Chase
After School Lego Club with Extended Hours Flyer
Game Day with Extended Hours Flyer
Picture Retake Day is November 17th
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Picture Retake Day Directions and Information
Picture Retake Day Directions and Information-Spanish
Parent Workshop on Discipline Skills...All info is on this flyer.
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Parent Workshop on Discipline By pasting the above link in your browser you will be able to see this week's (Oct. 16-22)athletic schedule and any edits that may be made to it during the week.
4 months ago, Beth Chase
Friday, October 14: Today's boys soccer game with Lisbon has been cancelled and we will not be making it up. There will be no boys soccer practice.
4 months ago, Beth Chase
NJHS is excited to be offering a bake sale at both the Girl and Boy Soccer Game Monday OCtober 17th. Items will include cookies, fudge, brownies, water, and gatorade. All proceeds will go towards helping fund NJHS' efforts to better our community.
4 months ago, Beth Chase
This is the second video screening that our district is hosting of a three part mental health series. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions! Please click on the image for the details.
4 months ago, Beth Chase
Invitation to LIKE event at the Rialto Theater
Please copy and paste this link for Ms. Brady's updated Athletic Schedule;
4 months ago, Beth Chase
REMINDER: LES 8th Grade Parent Meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5th at 7pm to discuss fundraising.
4 months ago, Beth Chase
Good luck WMRSD Field Hockey team at your game in Berlin today! Play hard!
4 months ago, Beth Chase
There is no school this Friday, October 7, for Staff Development and there is no school Monday, October 10th in observation of Columbus Day,
4 months ago, Beth Chase
Lancaster Lancer