School Counseling

April Sexual Awareness Month.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month


If you or someone you know is grieving, please join us in a safe and caring environment as we help each other navigate the often lonely road of grief. We offer age appropriate peer-to-peer support groups for children and teens ages 4 to 18 as well as for their parent/guardian/adult. Our groups are run by trained volunteer facilitators and

all services are FREE of charge.

When: May 2nd, May 16th and June 3rd from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Where: Groups will be held in person outdoors at Camp Foster (36 Camp Allen Road, Bedford, NH

Registration is required: If you are new to Friends of Aine, please fill out the FAMILY REGISTRATION and PARTICIPATION WAIVER and email to or mail to 146 Lowell St., Manchester, NH 03104.

If you are a returning family, please sign up directly HERE.

For more information, please call Mandi Sutton at 603-668-1207

or email at

We Care...

All of us are struggling to some extent or another with the current pandemic, remote learning and the loneliness associated with both. If you or a family member are having a difficult time with this, you may find this short article on "Addressing Teen Mental Health During the Pandemic" helpful. Also, please be sure to check out the Wellness and High School Wellness pages on the Manchester School District's website for ideas and resources to help you or a family member cope with mental and/or physical health issues at any time.

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Self Care for Teachers (1).docx

Calming Apps

For all ages


Interested in Adult Ed. Information?

See below:

Fall 2020 Printable Registration Form.pdf

GAP Fall 2020 Information .pdf

HiSET Flyer - 9.23.20.pdf


MY TURN has secured an Adult Basic Education/Adult Education and Literacy contract in Manchester. We have braided those funds together with our DHHS/NHEYP grant funds (that currently fund our dually enrolled high school HiSET students) and are offering a full time HiSET Prep Program at our new space at 340 Granite Street. Our classes run from 10:30am to 1:30pm and from 5:00pm to 8:00pm Monday through Thursday and we offer support by appointment, workshops, testing, etc. on Fridays.

Our HiSET Program will remain housed at 340 Granite Street, so that all of our students will have access to our expanded class offerings. Many of our high school students attended classes here over the summer, several have returned in the past few weeks, and others are being actively re-engaged. We are offering a hybrid or fully virtual option for all students. Please see the attached flyer for more info. Laurilee remains with MY TURN and is the Director and Lead Instructor and we have added Lynn Hayden to our team as our Evening HiSET Instructor and Case Manager.

Interested in Dartmouth College?

Jade McLaughlin, an Admissions Representative from Dartmouth College, will be having a Zoom Information Session on the Dartmouth on Wednesday, October 21st at 11:00 AM. If you are interested in attending, please email her at so she can send you an invitation to the zoom meeting.

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School Counseling News

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Academic Support

After School Make-Up & Extra Help Schedule



Social Studies

Special Education


World Languages






Tech Ed









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See Staff Directory for contact information

Beaulieu, Renee

A, B, D, P, Q

Bilodeau, Cindy

R-V & X -Z & Director of Guidance

Glass, Eli

G, H, I, J, M, N & ALF Program

Moylan, Alicia

C, E, F, O, W & STEAM Program

L'Heureux, Rebecca

K, L & Special Programs

U.S. Selective Service System

Please Remember:

It takes just 45 seconds to register online at

It's the law and registering can save a man a lifetime of headaches. Benefits lost by failing to register include access to:

*college loans and grants

*job training programs

*all federal, and postal employment, and many state, municipal and contractor jobs

*delays in citizenship processing up to five years

Online and print material is available at

Do You Have Enough Credits?

You need 4 credits to be a sophomore

You need 9 credits to be a junior

You need 15 credits to be a senior


Name: Heba Shabaka

Where: Guidance

When: Every Friday starting from 10/18...AS OF 3/13/20, THIS HAS BEEN SUSPENDED BY UNH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Time: 9:00-1:00

Free FAFSA help!

Heba is a sophomore at UNH Manchester. She graduated from Memorial HS 2018 after coming to the country from Egypt in 2016. We are lucky to have her!

INTERESTED IN EARNING SOME CREDITS ALTERNATIVELY? Do you have hobbies, interests, or passions outside of school? Do you have a part-time job? You can earn high school credit through an ELO (Extended/Experiential Learning Opportunity). See your school counselor!

  • Personalized tutoring tailored to individual needs

  • Core and Other Various Subjects

  • SAT/ACT Test Prep

  • Study Skills/ Note Taking

  • And Much More!