Nauset's CEEB Code: 221710
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Annonymous Student Report of Concerns
Counselors have evening appointments available!
Brian White: Mondays
Katie Cameron: Tuesdays
Sarah Stewart: Tuesdays
Dee Smith: Tuesdays
Steve Boskus: Tuesdays
Robin Eitelbach: Mondays, 3:00-5:00pm or by appointment
2017-2018 Nauset Regional High School Profile
See below to download:
- Parent Brag Sheet
- Student Transcript Information
- Teacher recommendation Request
- Student Referral Form
At no cost, the Homeless Prevention Council provides access to housing programs and funding, budgeting assistance, networks of community resources, applications for assistance programs, and access to job training and educational resources. HPC is available to assist students and their families in navigating these resources and programs. Case Managers are available Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm by phone or email. Please call our office at (508) 255-9667 to get connected with a Case ManagerFamily Resource Center is updated daily on all supports available to families. They will help families access these resources which include, food, housing, DTA, and outreach services to meet whatever needs may arise.Grab and go diapers and bread from Panera is also available. Please call first.
The Guidance Department provides and assists in academic, social-emotional and career development for all students in collaboration with parents, teachers and staff. Recognizing each student as a complex and unique individual, counselors use a holistic approach to help ALL students achieve excellence.
Nauset’s school counseling program is aligned with the Massachusetts Model for
Comprehensive School Counseling. Counselors deliver a standards-based curriculum to ALL students in Grades 9-12 through individual counseling and small group counseling.
A major area of focus is guiding students toward greater independence in preparation
for transition to college or the workforce.
While students are the primary focus of counselors, positive relationships with families, teachers, and the community are also crucial to the success of the program.
Students N - Q
Students A - C
Students D - H
Students S - Z
Students R - Z
Students I - M