Phone (603) 679-8018
Fax (603) 679-9822

Meet Your School Counselors

Kathleen Stanley-Berting; M.Ed, School Counselor  (MS S-B) ext 3233

Kathleen is a certified School Counselor at EES and works with students in K-5th grade, and offers both group and individual counseling. She can help support by providing resources and connections to outside services.

Shawna Street, M.Ed, School Counselor, ext 3114

Shawna is a certified School Counselor at EES servicing students in grades K-5.  This is her second year as an Epping Eagle.  She provides short-term individual counseling, as well as small group counseling to students at EES.

Emily Lemoine, MA, K-8 Student Assistance Coordinator, ext 3101

Emily is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor who is new to the district this year and is servicing students in grades K-8. She provides individual and small group counseling to Special Education students at EES and EMHS. Additionally, Emily provides support in class for teachers and can help coordinate services and supports for families.

Information and Resources

Seacoast Mental Health Center
Community mental health center providing services to adults and children

Grassroots organization providing support,education and advocacy affected by mental illness and suicide

One Sky
Assists with access to systems of care for children and adults with developmental disabilities.

NH Rapid Response Access Point
Dial 988 or
Mental Health and Substance Use Crisis Support available 24/7

NH Family Voices
Family to family health center, providing information on statewide resources and support services

Greater Seacoast Community Health (formerly Families First)
Provide family healthcare/parenting classes, home visiting program

Provides information on  statewide supports and resources-both daily needs and crisis information.

Weekend Food Program The weekend food program is once again available for students throughout the Epping School District.  This free program will help provide students with extra meals from Friday evening through Sunday evening, and help them be better prepared to come to school on Monday morning nourished and ready to learn.This program is made possible by End 68 Hours of Hunger, a local, private food program whose mission is to help families in need feed their children over the weekend. All food is non-perishable and easy to prepare. If your child has an allergy to any specific food, please let us know on the form below and we will do our best to accommodate their dietary needs.If you would like to access the program or have questions please reach out to a counselor. Thank you!

How do parents access school counseling for their child? School Counselors provide access to brief, solution focused counseling to students. A permission form will be sent to families requesting services.The counselors can assist with providing referrals to outside agencies and support.

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