- Staff LIst
- Principals Advisory Council
- Faculty Meeting Schedule
- 2021-2022 Grade Verification Deadline Schedule
- Bell Schedule
- TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
- AC Meeting Schedule
Kingswood Regional High School & Lakes Region Technical Center
Principal’s Advisory Council
KRHS Principal Guy Donnelly
KRHS Assistant Principal Grady Charland
LRTC Principal Kathy Teterault
Athletic Director Aaron House
Library/Media Director Karen Libby
Food Service Director Karen Michalski
Head Custodian Lisa Rogers
Academic Coordinators & Department Heads
Art/ Music Coordinator Jill Daley-Gibson
Business Department Head Maria DeChiaro
Counseling Coordinator Lara Crane
Language Arts Coordinator Sarah Straz
Math Coordinator Kris Niiler
Science Coordinator Jeremy Fuller
Social Studies Coordinator Jamie Meyers
Special Education Department Head Donna Lehmann
Technology/Health & Consumer Science Kathy Teterault
World Language Coordinator Kara Jacobs
|Bronson, Aaron||A-B||HS212||Abraham, Michael||A-B||HS209|
|Fuller, Christina||B-C||HS133||Burnham, Cassie||B-D||HS178|
|Fuller, Jeremy||C-D||HS131||Cameron, Jannine||N-P||TC104|
|Joy, Ken||D||HS207||Essex, Sylvie||D||HS234|
|Landry, Paul||D-E||HS134||Giessler, Scott||D-F||HS221|
|McGowan, Emma||E-G||AC146||Freeman, Alyssa||F-H||HS205|
|Carslon Niiler, Kris||G||HS225||Holmes, Heather||H-P||HS215|
|Payne, Karen||H||HS147||Keaton, Joshua||K-L||HS248|
|Place, Daniel||H-J||HS218||Kenison, Kris||L-M||HS217|
|Quinatoa, Elissa||K-L||HS214||Lachance, Nicole||S||HS129|
|Reed, Tyler||L-M||TC127||Daggett, Erin||P-T||HS206|
|Smith, Kristie||M-P||AC147||Reilly, Kaitlin||B-C||HS251|
|Sanborn, Steve||P-R||TC123||Stephan, Jacob||P-W||HS226|
|Whitworth, Nathan||R-S||HS153||Libby, Karen||W-Z||LMC|
|Student Council||Resource Room|
|Meyers, Jamie||HSLEC||Legere, Jordan|
|Jacobs, Kara||HSLEC||Health Occ.|
Please do not schedule anything on these dates. We only meet once a month as a faculty and it is important that you be there to be part of the discussion. It is your responsibility to schedule accordingly. Meeting Agendas will be emailed through district email prior to the meetings. If you have an agenda item please see Mr. Donnelly before that Thursday of the next scheduled meeting.
September 27, 2021 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
October 25, 2021 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
November 15, 2021 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
December 20, 2021 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
January 24, 2022 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
February 21, 2022 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
March 21, 2022 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
April 18, 2022 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
May 16, 2022 Monday 2:40 PM Lecture Hall
Kingswood Regional High School
Regular school day
First Bell 7:20
Tardy Bell 7:25
A Block 7:25-8:47 Split 8:05-8:07
B Block 8:55-10:17 Split 9:35-9:37
C Block 11:11-12:57 Lunches 25min
D Block 1:02-2:24 Split 1:42-1:44
First Lunch 11:11- 11:36
Second Lunch 11:39-12:01
6 Minutes all in class
Third Lunch 12:07-12:32
Fourth Lunch 12:32-12:57
2 Hour Delayed Opening
(Due to weather conditions or some other type of emergency)
First Bell 9:20
Tardy Bell 9:25
A Block 9:25-10:17 Split 9:50 to 9:52
B Block 10:21-11:13 Split 10:46-10:48
C Block 11:48-1:28
D Block 1:32-2:24 Split 1:57 to 1:59
First Lunch 11:48-12:13
Second Lunch 12:13-12:38
Third Lunch 12:38-1:03
Fourth Lunch 1:03-1:28
KINGSWOOD REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 2021-2022 Duties
Parking Lot Duties (7:00 - 7:20 a.m.)
● Pick up a radio in the main office
● Supervise student arrival at the Bus Loop parking lot.
● Insure that students go directly into the school upon arrival.
● Insure that all students are abiding by school rules and regulations. Report excessive speed and traffic violations to the school administration in a timely fashion
Before School Hallway Duty (7:00 - 7:20 a.m.
- Areas of coverage and responsibility:
● Faculty members will be assigned to the Front Hallway, 2nd Floor Front Hallway, Back PE Hallway, and 2nd Floor Back Hallway.
● Staff members who are assigned duty should maintain normal diligence and supervise students at all times while on duty.
- SUPERVISION OF AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION
● Students arrive no later than 2:40 p.m.
● Students should be spaced so that they will not be encouraged to talk because talking is not allowed during administrative detention.
● Students should remain in the room for the entire period of time and work diligently until they are dismissed at 4:30.
● The supervising teacher should take attendance and turn the attendance sheet in to the building administrator at the end of the administrative detention duty.
● Student passes to the restroom facilities are at the discretion of the supervising teacher
- LATE BUS DUTY
● The teachers are assigned to late bus duty at 3:30 p.m. They then take full responsibility for students in the cafeteria and those roaming the building.
● Because two staff members are assigned this duty, the two of them should work out a system in which one remains in the cafeteria and the other patrols hallways to encourage students to go to the cafeteria.
● Students should be relatively quiet, working on homework, and supervised until 4:40 p.m.
● The late bus duty supervisor will remain on duty until all students have boarded the buses in an orderly fashion.
● The assigned teachers are released at approximately 4:40 p.m.
- Duty Roster 2021-2022
- EMERGENCY PROCEDURE INFORMATION
- 2019 Emergency Plan for Accidents and Illness
- Fire Drill Rules
- Fire Evacuation Routes
- KRHS Floor Plans
- TASC Guidelines for Teachers
- Para-Educators Duties and School Policy
|A. Time Requirements|
|B. Sign Out|
|C. Plan Books|
|F. Keeping Students After School|
|G. Purchase of Materials|
|H. Use of School Department Equipment|
|I. Staff Meeting|
|J. Committee Assignments|
|K. Valuables - Protection|
|L. Book Labels - Covers|
|N. Bathroom Permission|
|O. Placing of Posters, Charts, Teaching Materials|
|Q. Absence - Illness - Emergency|
|R. Grade Books|
|Duties of the Advisory Teacher|
|Guidelines for Field Trips|
|Student Organizations/Banquets and Parties|
|Calendar of Events and After School Use of Facilities|
|Use of School Intercom|
|Course Subsidy Reimbursement Process|
|School Related Trips|
|School Related Trips|
|Use of Private Vehicles to Transport Students|
|Tobacco Products Ban|
|Alcohol, Drugs and Look-Alike Drugs|
|Professional Dress Code|
|Guidelines for Professional Dress|
|Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention|
|Statement Prohibiting Bullying or Cyberbullying|
|Statement Prohibiting Retaliation of False Accusations|
|Protection of All Pupils|
|Disciplinary Consequences for Violations of this Policy|
|Distribution and Notice of this Policy|
|Procedure for Reporting Bullying|
|Procedure for Internal Reporting Requirements|
|Notifying Parents of Alleged Bullying or Cyberbullying|
|Waiver of Notification Requirements|
|Responses to Remediate Substantiated Instance of Bullying/Cyberbullying|
|Report of Substantiated In Incidents to Superintendent|
|Communication with Parents upon Completion of Investigation|
|Use of Video or Audio Recordings in Student Discipline Matters|
|Self-Harm Prevention Protocol for when a student expresses the possibility of self-harm|
|Social Media Use Policy|
Teacher’s Role in Working with Paraprofessionals
On the first day of classes introduce the paraprofessional to the class: “This is Mr./Mrs./Ms._____________________. He/She will be assisting in the class."
Get to know the Paraprofessional that will be working in your classroom.
Please review the duties and responsibilities of a paraprofessional in the teacher handbook.
Review with the paraprofessional the role they will play in your classroom. Go over specific accommodations for students with disabilities that they will be expected to support in the classroom.
Provide the paraprofessional your classroom expectations, course outline, and syllabus. Give them access to Google classroom so they can help students on assignments. If you do not post notes please also supply teacher copies of notes to assure the accuracy of information for paras.
Include the paraprofessional in your weekly planning so they can stay ahead of the classroom work, keep him/her in the communication loop.
Use the paraprofessional to help increase student achievement in your classroom.
If you have an issue with the paraprofessional please speak with him/her after class.
Unless you have been notified otherwise, paraprofessionals are assigned to your class for the duration of the class period.
Circulate around the room and address student needs. Instead of just asking a yes or no question such as “Do you need help?” invite conversation around the work: “What did you get for number one?”, “Let’s start this one together?”, “I can read this one and then we can figure it out together”, etc. Go to the students; do not wait for them to come to you.
Be thorough in your work. If possible please take notes, get notes off of Google Classroom, and/or ask teachers for copies of notes so that you have accurate information to share with students. Make sure you check it over to see that you have a correct understanding of the assignment. If uncertain in a particular area, talk with the special education teacher or classroom teacher.
Meet assigned deadlines for time cards, etc.
Listen to directions and follow them to the best of your ability. If unclear, ask for clarification.
Work only on teaching concepts the teacher has set for the student. If unclear, ask questions.
Be a team player and establish a working relationship with student(s) and teacher(s). Know your students’ needs and limitations. If you are assigned to a specific student you may also circulate and support others when your student is working independently.
Be willing to assist the teacher in instructional tasks.
Take advantage of training and workshops.
Learn the procedures of the school including restrooms, lunch, school and classroom rules and regulations.
Get to know the staff members in the building. It will help the communication process which is so important for your students to be successful.
Keep current on communications via email and check your mailbox frequently. Email is the main source of information you will need to do your job.
In general, cooperate, communicate, and anticipate tasks and teachers’ needs within the classroom. Become interested and involved in the instructional process of the students.
Keep confidentiality in relation to students and all school matters inside and outside of the building.
Do not make contact with parents or answer questions or phone calls from parents. Do not share personal phone numbers with parents or text them. That is the responsibility of the classroom teacher, special education teacher, or case manager.
If you notice a student having difficulty, academically or socially, inform the classroom teacher.
Always conduct yourself as a professional. Remember students are watching.
Paraprofessional Duties and Responsibilities
Assist students in performing activities that have been initiated by the teacher.
Support student progress towards goals as instructed by general and special educators.
Take notes and get copies of teacher notes to support student learning.
Keep current on student accommodations and assistive technology needs.
Assist in preparing instructional materials.
Reinforce learning in small groups.
Inform the classroom teacher of inappropriate student behavior and let the teacher deal with the situation. Report any unsafe or inappropriate student behavior you observe in hallways, restrooms, auditorium, and cafeteria to a hall monitor, student coordinator or administrator.
Student hall passes from class should be approved by the classroom teacher.
If students need help or are having difficulties beyond your ability to assist report these to the special education teacher and/or classroom teacher.
Complete assignment sheets daily or weekly as appropriate, and copy and give them to the resource room teachers.
Maintain a complete substitute folder with updated schedules and student information.
Attend weekly meetings as assigned and keep current on email and communications.
Paraprofessional Confidentiality and Communications
As a paraprofessional, confidentiality laws and procedures apply. Paraprofessionals should not discuss students with anyone other than school staff and only during the school day. Paraprofessionals do not have the right to discuss students with others in the community.
Paraprofessionals should not directly communicate with parents, either in writing, E-mailing, texting, or orally, unless directed to do so by the special education teacher or department head. If a parent requests information from you, you should direct that inquiry to the special education teacher or department head.
A. Paraprofessional Parking
Parking stickers may be obtained in the attendance office for assigned spaces. Please pick up a parking form and fill it out completely and you will be issued a parking sticker.
B. Paraprofessional Space/Lockers
Paraprofessionals can obtain a secure locker in which to keep their belongings. The teacher work/lunch room can be used to store lunches and for breaks and making copies, etc.
C. Hall Pass
A pass is used by the offices or staff to admit students tardy to class or study hall. The pass is also used to allow a student to leave a class or study hall.
D. Paraprofessional Meetings
Unless assigned to a specific student who must have support during TASC, all paras are to attend the Monday Paraprofessionals meeting during TASC time. These will be used to share information as well as for professional development topics.
All paraprofessionals should have a master classroom key, as well as an entry card for the buildings. These should not be shared with anyone and are for security and access during the school day.
There are supplies available in the special education office such as – notebooks, pens, pencils, glue sticks, etc. If you are not connected to special education, the main office can help you.
Valuables should be left in your car or in a designated locker.
Paraprofessionals should not be on their phones during classes, either in making calls or texting. Modeling appropriate phone behavior for students is an expectation of the job. You may use a school phone to make a local call, but all personal long distance calls are not permitted on school phones.
For planned absences, please call, text, or email Christina Downey as soon as you know the date you will be out. If the absence is unexpected, please call or text 603-393-1858 as early as possible in the morning. Email notification should not be considered in this case. You also need to inform the Special Education Department Head , Donna Lehmann, of an absence so that we can plan accordingly if a sub is not available.
G. Request for leave
Requests for Leave must be completed by all full time staff on-line using My Learning Plan when taking a sick or personal day, going on a field trip, or medical appointment. The link can be found on the Governor Wentworth Website. Part time staff must inform Christina Downey and Special Education Department Head, Donna Lehmann, but do not need to use My Learning Plan.
Each paraprofessional must keep a timecard which is found in the special education office or the main office. It must be turned into the special education office or the main office by 9:00 AM on Friday of the second week.
I. Support Staff Meetings
Paraprofessional Meetings are scheduled once a week on Mondays during TASC 10:24 to 11:08 AM. Paraprofessionals are encouraged to add items to the agenda by presenting them in advance of the meeting to the department head. This meeting is mandatory unless your immediate supervisor needs you to support a student.