Department of Student Services


Main Office Phone: (508) 668-0268 ext 12207

Fax Line: (774) 256-9407

Director of Student Services

Kim Cattan-Skelly

(508) 668-0268 ext 12209

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Michelle Ahern

School Adjustment Counselor

ext. 12207

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Maria Cocchiara

School Psychologist

ext 12207

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Dustin Cohen

School Adjustment Counselor

ext. 12214

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Dr. Andrew Evans

School Psychologist

ext 11120

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MaryEllen Harding

Special Education Instructor

ext 12207

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Lee Hoegler

Guidance Counselor (A - F)

ext 12215

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Carlye Horty

Special Education Aide

ext 12207

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Joseph Huff

Guidance Counselor (G - M)

ext 12217

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Wade Killman

School Adjustment Counselor

ext 12213

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Kaitlyn Martin

Special Education Aide

ext 12207

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Myles McPartland

Guidance Counselor (N - Z)

ext 12216

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Katelyn Raftery

Guidance Counselor (A - F)

ext 12207

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Stephanie Shanteler

Special Education Instructor

ext 10558

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Tracy Robinson

Speech Therapist

ext 12207

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Sheryl Simoes

Administrative Assistant

Phone: (508) 668-0268 ext 12207

Fax: 774-256-9407

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Kim Thoener

Special Education Aide/ C.L.A.S.S Program Coordinator

(508) 668-0268 ext 12207

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The Department of Student Services

Develops and Delivers These Services to Students


  • Ensures academic and vocational success

  • Offers resources for workplace readiness

  • Provides strategies for personal and social success

  • Conducts individualized meetings to assess needs

  • Develops Individual Education Programs (IEP) as needed

SCHOLARSHIPS

CLICK HERE to review our ongoing

list of scholarship opportunities!

We update the information here as we learn of new opportunities for you!

Apply early and apply to many! Questions?

Come to Student Services to meet with your Guidance Counselor!


Tips for Finding Outside Scholarships

> Use Google to search for scholarships by major.

> Contact your home-town high school/district for local scholarships available to residents.

> Check with your parents' place of employment and/or union for employer-sponsored scholarships or tuition benefits.

> Talk with admissions/financial aid reps at the schools you are interested in to learn about their scholarship opportunities and requirements.

> Visit the websites listed below to research scholarships and other financial aid information:

~ www.asa.org
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www.fafsa.ed.gov
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www.scholarships.com
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www.fastweb.com
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www.finaid.org
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www.mefa.org