Principal's Message

Dear Families of Nute,

Here is some information on upcoming events:

1. We now need to report the military status of parents and guardians to the Department of Education.  If you are an active duty or guard member, please call us at 652-4591 to let us know.  And thank you for your service!

2. We are still having Yoga every Monday night at 4:00-5:00 PM in the Community Room.  This is open for all members of the Milton Community.  All you need is comfortable clothing. 

3. There will be no basketball Open Gym in May.  Our new Athletic Director, John Shea, is working with all of our coaches on setting up summer camps for soccer, volleyball, and basketball.  More informatioin will be coming out as these are finalized.

4. Game schedules for baseball and softball games can be found at:


Calendar of Events:

May 4 - Pre-prom assembly for juniors.  Juniors should bring the shoes they will be wearing to prom to practice the Grand March.

May 5 - Junior Prom - Grand March starts at 4:00 PM in the Nute Gymnasium, Prom is at Castle in the Clouds at 6:00 PM

May 10 - Awards Assemblies - Middle School 10:30-11:15, High School, 11:15-12:00 in Nute gymnasium

May 11 - PTA is hosting K-8 science workshops

May 16 - Early Release, students dismissed at 11:36 AM

May 16 - Blood Drive 1:00-6:00 PM

May 17 - Thriving in Middle School workshop for grades 6-8, three workshops - Healthy Peer Friendships, Positive School Climate, Motivation and Goal Setting

May 23 - 8th grade NYC trip luggage drop-off NLT 3:00 PM, mandatory chaperone meeting 6:00-8:00 PM

May 24 - 8th Grade NYC trip departure

May 30 - Nute Music Showcase - 6:00-8:00 PM

May 31 - Senior Banquet - Farmington House of Pizza - 6:00-8:00 PM

June 2-3 - Senior Class Trip (Students must be in school on June 1st to participate)

June 6 - Incoming 6th grade parent night

June 15 - Class of 2018 Graduation - 6:00-8:00 PM in Nute Gymnasium

As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

Mrs. Radowicz



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Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Program is a grant-funded program available to all Nute Middle/ High School students. The program seeks to provide education, counseling and substance use prevention services to students at risk in the school community. The program provides support to students through individual and group meetings and seeks to provide social and emotional support, connect students to outside resources, and to build student’s self-esteem, coping skills, support network, communication skills, self-awareness and resiliency.

SAP counselors served more than 10,000 students in 2016, helping youth with various social issues, such as bullying, dating violence, and peer pressure. The program has grown from five schools in 2013 to more than 40 today.

At Nute, the Student Assistance Counselor will-

Screening and Assessment of Students- Screen and assess students for personal and/or family problems resulting from alcohol and other drug misuse, as well as other risk factors.

Prevention Education Series -Teach a 6-8 session Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention Program (Project SUCCESS) in the seventh and ninth grades.

Individual Sessions- Conduct time-limited, individual sessions.

Group Sessions - Groups target students who are using tobacco, alcohol and/or other drugs, students with family members who have a substance use disorder, and students at high risk.

Referral / Case Management -Refer students who require treatment for alcohol, tobacco and/or other drug abuse to appropriate treatment programs.

School-Wide Awareness Activities- Organize monthly activities with student participation to influence attitudes about substances and mental health.

Environmental- Meet with parents, students and community groups to develop policies and activities aimed at preventing and reducing adolescent alcohol and other substance misuse.



Student Assistance Programs are covered under strict federal confidentiality regulations (42 C.F.R. part 2). Federal law regulations do not protect any information about suspected child abuse or neglect from being reported under state law to appropriate state or local authorities.


Contact and Referral-

If you would like to refer a student to the Student Assistance Counselor, please use the contact information below.


To access the Student Assistance Counselor, please submit a referral, come to the Guidance office, or contact her directly via phone or email.  The Student Assistance Counselor is available Mondays from 7:15-11:30, and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:15-3:00.



Rebecca VanDenBerg

Student Assistance Counselor

Nute Middle/High School

22 Elm St.

Milton, NH 03851

(603) 652-4591





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