Welcome to Winthrop High School Guidance
The mission of the Winthrop High School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of every student in the district. With the collaborative effort of school personnel, families, and community resources, the school counseling program will provide every student opportunities to become productive citizens of a global society.
Counselors spend the majority of time working directly with students. Through individual counseling and group guidance seminars, counselors address the developmental needs of students and provide crisis intervention. They are also in frequent communication with faculty, staff and parents/guardians in order to coordinate services and provide an optimum school experience for all students. Counselors too work closely with the Special Education Department, serving as referral agents and as members of evaluation teams. Counselors coordinate the 504 process and monitor the implementation of the 504 Accommodation plans. They also meet regularly with special education liaisons to share information and develop strategies to meet the specific needs of individual students.
Mrs. Marisa Indrisano | email@example.com
Mrs. Kathleen D'Amico | firstname.lastname@example.org (10,11,12 A-K)
Mrs. Annamaria Spiriti | email@example.com (10,11,12 L-Z)
Ms. Jessica Downey | firstname.lastname@example.org (9th Grade)
Phone: (617) 846-5505
Fax: (617) 207-3447
Dual Enrollment Course with Salem State University
Salem State University is offering a three-credit college course (ECO200) Principles and Problems of Economics taught by Profesor Kevin Beckwith on Tuesdays from 6:00pm - 8:20pm at Winthrop High School. The course runs from January 15th - May 7th.
Students will receive both college and high school credit. Please contact the WHS Guidance office for more information.