Monarch School of New England

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2023 Goals:

There are a number of new initiatives underway at the Monarch School of New England that will help students with special needs to reach their greatest potential. Full community integration programming has resumed as students return to adaptive recreation, life skills and vocational activities. The school has also partnered with UNC Chapel Hill’s Center for Literacy Disabilities. The school will be a research site assisting with gathering data, participating in professional development opportunities, and implementing best practices to promote literacy skills for students with significant disabilities.

Fundraising Events:

The Monarch School of New England hosts two fundraising events annually. The MSNE Golf Tournament takes place in May, at the Rochester Country Club. MSNE also hosts the Mile for Monarch on campus for its students. The Monarch School of New England also welcomes partnerships with local businesses, who host vocational program students for community-based job placements and frequently support the school with financial or in-kind donations as well.

Giving Opportunities:

The Monarch School of New England supports students with special needs to reach their greatest potential. The school is recognized for excellence in academic, therapeutic, functional life skills and vocational programming for students with special needs. The school is grateful for gifts of any size, which benefit the innovative supports and opportunities that put the school’s philosophy into action. Businesses interested in sponsoring a program or portion of the curriculum, such as art or horticultural therapy, are encouraged to reach out to develop a partnership that aligns with their interest and goals. More information about current opportunities to support the school can be found at:

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers are appreciated to help support the Monarch School of New England’s special fundraising events. Interested potential volunteers should contact the school to explore the possibilities for other service opportunities that would best fit their unique talents, gifts and availability.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

Jean Parsons
Retired-Special Education Director

Raymond Benoit
Vice President
Former owner – RTM Communications

Phillip Curtis
Northeast Planning Associates

Stacey Camire
Retired-Occupational Therapist

Steven Gore
MSNE Parent
Momentum Manufacturing Group

Kate Marcotte
Profile Bank

Marlene McManus
Fragomen, Del Ray, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

Chris Parker
Northeast Credit Union

Jolene Whitehead
Meredith Village Savings Bank


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