If you find yourself needing academic support, your first step is to contact the teacher of the course in which you need assistance. Office hours are 3:05 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. Additional supports are listed below.
|Academic Resource Center (ARC) – B10||Drop-in help for mathematics, science, and English is available from teachers and teacher assistants throughout the day.|
|Library||Check out the library resources or email the librarians: Ms. Ryan or Ms. Kowalski|
|Peer Tutoring||The Maine South Peer Tutoring program will begin in mid-September. Students can set up an appointment with a peer tutor. Click here for a tutorial on navigating the peer tutor website.|
Your counselor is also a good resource for problem-solving with you on the type of support that you may need.
|Counselors A-G||Counselors H-O||Counselors P-Z|
|Mrs.Trish Conlon||Mrs.Meghan Wood|
|Mr. Tim Spiegel||Ms. Cris Villalobos||Mr. William Milano|
|Mr. Robert Tortorelli||Mrs.Stephanie Maksymiu||Ms.Diane Spillman|
Department chairs oversee curriculum, instruction, and assessment in their respective departments.
|Department||Academic Department Chair|
|Career & Technical Education||Ms. Erica Tuke:|
|Driver Education||Mr. Michael Edwards:|
|English||Ms. Julianna Cucci:|
|Fine Arts||Ms. Teralyn Keith:|
|Mathematics||Mrs. Dawn Bodden:|
|Physical Education & Health||Mr. Michael Edwards:|
|Science||Mrs. Jenne Dehmlow:|
|Special Education||Mrs. Laurel Grogger:|
|Student & Family Services||Dr. Melissa Pikul:|
|World Languages||Ms. Tona Costello:|