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Dana MacPhee, M.A., C.A.G.S.
Certified School Guidance Counselor, Grades 5-12 
Certified School Adjustment Counselor, K-12
Email: dmacphee@maynard.k12.ma.us

Amy Petroskey (Gallanter), M.Ed.
Certified School Guidance Counselor, Grades 5-12 
Email: apetroskey@maynard.k12.ma.us

Nicole Fernald, M.Ed., C.A.G.S
Certified School Guidance Counselor, Grades 5-12
Email: nfernald@maynard.k12.ma.us

Call for homework requests, to obtain copies of student records, request transcripts, to make counselor or teacher appointments, or to leave messages for counselors.

The office is open from 7:30 AM - 2:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
The office is closed during vacations.
Phone: 978-897-0406      Fax: 978-897-6089

The guidance curriculum works in conjunction with the Massachusetts School Counselors Association (MASCA) model 2.0, the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) model,  and the Massachusetts Health Framework. Since good health is linked with better school performance, schools have a vested interest in preventing risk behaviors that have a negative impact on health. The Guidance Department is the central agency for addressing these behaviors. Children’s first and continuing teachers are parents, guardians, and families who are influential in making appropriate health decisions. Guidance helps to build a bridge of communication between families and schools to facilitate healthy decision making by students.

Services are available to all students and parents as needed.

  1. Educational, college and career planning and counseling
  2. Scheduling and orientation of new students
  3. Review of Student’s educational progress
  4. Modification of student’s schedules
  5. Information sharing and consultation with parents
  6. Guidance Career and Information Center
  7. Referrals to community resources
  8. Student/teacher/parent conferences
  9. Short term personal counseling
  10. Referral to community mental health services

Mission Statement

The mission of the school counseling department at Maynard High School is to assist students in achieving their goals through life-long learning and providing a comprehensive program that will assist students in acquiring 21st Century skills. Our program addresses the academic, career, and personal/social needs of all of our students enabling them to become productive citizens. We embrace individual differences and ensure that all students are valued and respected. We uphold high ethical standards and affirm the principles of democracy, equality, and justice.