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School Counselors

Anne Mulligan
School Counselor for students whose last names begin with A-L
(603) 518-5047 x5007
The Cawley Counseling Department is multi-faceted. Mrs. Maguire and I work closely with administrators, teachers, and parents to meet the social, emotional and academic needs of the Cawley students. I support students whose last names are A-L, and I meet regularly with them in groups and individually to help ensure their success. Students are welcome to contact me through email or stop by my office to discuss any concerns they have, and parents are invited to communicate with me by phone or email. I attend weekly team meetings and special education meetings to discuss student concerns, and I am a case manager for students who have 504 accommodation plans. I am responsible for scheduling high school presentations and review all high school course selection forms the students and parents complete. I am a co-coordinator of the annual Project Safeguard for seventh grade students and their parents.
Lea Maguire
School Counselor for students whose last names begin with M-Z
(603) 518-5047 x5006
The Counseling Department at Cawley Middle School takes a comprehensive approach to counseling by supporting and enhancing our building and district goals. The counseling offices are a welcoming environment, and should be used as a complete resource for students and their families.At Cawley, I am the School Counselor for students with the last names beginning with M-Z and the 504 Coordinator for these students as well. One day a week I travel to Hooksett Memorial School to work with the 5th graders, in an effort to develop relationships with students and help ease their transition into Middle School. It is my goal to make sure that all students feel safe, welcome, and valued for their individuality. I look to provide students with support, while encouraging individual responsibility and personal growth. I believe it is my role to help students strive towards their most hopeful future, academically as well as socially and emotionally. Ultimately, students’ growth and success is a collaborative effort between parents, teachers and the community. I look forward to working with you and your child.

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester
Child and Adolescent Services
2 Wall St, Manchester NH 03103
(603) 668-4111

Town of Hooksett Family Services
Joy Buzzell, Director of Family Services
(603) 485-8769

Hooksett Community Food Pantry
(603) 485-7222

Change Direction NH

Suncook Community Action Program (fuel and electrical assistance )
(603) 485-7824

Kiwanis Kids’ Kloset
(603) 485-8769

Concord Health and Human Services (food stamps, daycare assistance, TANF)
(603) 271-6200