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    Interboro High School CEEB Code: 391540
      

    MEET THE HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT

    Linda Kaut, Guidance Secretary, Extension 2328, Linda.Kaut@interborosd.org

    Brian Hines, Counselor (Students with last names A-G), Extension 2323, Brian.Hines@interborosd.org
    Michelle McEvoy, Counselor (Students with last names H-N), Extension 2359, Michelle.McEvoy@interborosd.org
    Meghan Magee, Counselor (Students with last names O-Z), Extension 2342, Meghan.Magee@interborosd.org
    Jennifer Fanning, Counselor (Students with an IEP, grades 10 & 12), Extension 2360, Jennifer.Fanning@interborosd.org
    Shannon Tangradi, Counselor (Students with an IEP, grades 9 & 11), Extension 2511, Shannon.tangradi@interborosd.org
    Kim Paulina, School Social Worker, Extension 2248, Kimberly.Paulina@interborosd.org
    Chijioke Robinson, College and Career Counselor, Chijioke.Robinson@interborosd.org
     
     
      

    Former students requesting copies of their transcripts should contact Linda Kaut in the Guidance Office by calling 610-237-6410, Extension 2328. There is a $5 charge payable by CASH or Money Order ONLY. Money orders should be made out to “Interboro School District.”

     

     
    ATTENTION SeniorsIf you intend to go to college or continue your education, make sure to file your FAFSA form (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and also apply for Pennsylvania state-based financial aid through PHEAA.  For more information, visit www.fafsa.gov
     
     
     
     

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