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Meet Lynne Donoghue – Grade 9 Guidance Counselor

Ms. Donoghue enjoys coaching the freshman girls basketball team.

Sandwich High School has long been committed to providing the best possible experience for each and every freshman.  Over the next few weeks, Sandwich Learns Together will highlight the specially designed opportunities for freshmen to connect with all that SHS has to offer – sports, arts, music & theater, amazing academics and even more amazing upperclassmen dedicated to welcoming and supporting the newest members of the SHS community. 

Guidance Counselor Lynne Donoghue has an important and powerful role welcoming students and families as they transition from grade 8 to grade 9. According to Principal Ellin Booras, Ms.Donoghue is one of the most dynamic new additions to the SHS staff. She exudes our core values of and models Blue Knight Pride in everything she does. She is bright, energetic, caring and deeply committed to engaging students in meaningful ways. She is a treasure and  has made a significant difference in her time at SHS!  Her office is friendly, upbeat and a safe and inviting place for students and parents.

Click here for Ms. Donoghue’s new online Welcome to the Class of 2020. You will learn about:

  • SHS teachers who are currently teaching electives at the STEM Academy and the programs they lead at SHS
  • Academic Opportunities at SHS – with a link to the interactive online description of Academic Opportunities
  • Athletic and Performing Arts opportunities, and the dynamic leaders of those programs.

SHS is committed to Rigor, Relationships and Relevance and wants every Sandwich student to say about his/her hometown school: “This is my place.” Lynne Donoghue will support incoming students toward the goal of feeling included, engaged, and full of Blue Knight Pride. 

Ms. Donoghue loves coaching and is currently the coach of the Girls Freshmen Basketball Team. She comes to us from Springfield College where she earned her Bachelors in Science and also her Masters of Education with a major in School Counseling.