The Monarch School of New England is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization. We appreciate our community, as we work together to provide unlimited possibilities to students with special needs. Any questions, please contact Amanda Martineau, Director of Community Engagement at

Donations may be sent to:
Monarch School of New England
P.O. Box 1921
Rochester, NH 03867

or you can donate through PayPal:



The TAPit is essentially a large touch screen, which can be adjusted easily for height, vision needs, and motor movements. It is portable, and makes educational or vocational instruction, incorporating technology, easily accessible to students of all abilities. We were fortunate to have a TAPit on loan during the fall of 2017, and both staff / students were sorry when the trial period was up! Learn more about it here:

We are trying something new in 2018, and asking for help from our MSNE family to get this important piece of equipment purchased for our students, with the goal of having enough money raised by January 2019! We are writing grants, and money raised from the annual Walk a Mile for Monarch, will support our fundraising efforts for the TAPit as well.

Wish List

Every day, our incredible staff of teachers, educational technicians and therapists come together collaboratively to make learning motivating, meaningful and accessible to our students at the Monarch School of New England. Below is a list of some needed supplies, frequently used by our staff, which help these creative educational, vocational and therapeutic programs come alive.

*Glue Sticks
*Dry Erase Boards & Markers
*Coloring Markers
*Small D-Ring Binders (275 sheet capacity for communication books)
*Adult Sized Scissors
*Bean Bags
*Bike Helmets (all sizes)
*Bicycles (sized up to age 12) *Life Jackets (adult sizes: S/M/L)
*Easy clip on Snow Shoes (up to 200lbs)

 Capital Campaign

In July 2017, the new Monarch School of New England Regional High School and Vocational Center opened, fulfilling a long-awaited dream of our staff and students. The building was completed thanks to the support of our many construction partners, community supporters, and the generosity of one of our neighbors, who donated 8.8 acres for project.

The opening of this new facility has allowed the Monarch School of New England to increase its enrollment, meaning 62 students can now benefit from the collaborative, innovative programming offered. The facility has also allowed the expansion of the Work-Based Learning / Vocational initiatives, allowing students to receive instruction and training in an industry of interest, including: retail, culinary, technology, wood-working / mechanical trades, or gardening / landscaping.

Efforts to complete fundraising for this new facility are underway, and opportunities are still available. If you are interested in donating to the Capital Campaign, please contact: Susan DeRoy, Director of Business Development, at: / 603-235-0932