Pathfinder Tech


For more info or to speak with a guidance counselor, please contact Sonia Wright:
413-283-9701 Ext. 245

Tory Zalauskas

Grade 9 – Last names Gi – Ph
Grades 10 & 11 – Last names G- Ph
Grades 12 – Last names I – L

Nicole Horton

Grades 9 & 10 – Last names Pi – Z
Grade 11 – Last names Pi – Z
Grades 12 – Last names M – Z

Erica Dupre

Grade 9 – Last names A-GH
Grades 10 & 11 – Last names A- F
Grades 12 – Last names A – H

504 Coordinator

Cathie Tuttle
  | ext. 245

Adjustment Counselor

Taunya Wahlers
  | ext. 313


If you attended Pathfinder and need a copy of your transcript,
*Most colleges require an official transcript sent directly from Pathfinder to them.

Please provide:
-First and last name used while you attended (clearly spelled out)
-Graduation year or year last attended
-Date of birth
-The name of the college (complete address) or an admissions email of where to send transcript
-Current phone number where you can be reached (in case further information is needed)

RMV Documents for Learners Permit or Drivers License

Documents required by the Registry of Motor Vehicles such as an Official Enrollment Verification letter and an Official Transcript may also be requested.

Please provide:
-First and last name
-Confirm residential and mailing address
-Date of birth
-An email or address where documents can be sent, or if they can be given to the student
-Current phone number where you can be reached (in case further information is needed)

Senior Resources

Pathfinder Tech offers a wide range of vocational technical programs that give students a competitive advantage both in college and the workforce. These sixteen programs are designed to help students create and follow pathways to a career of their choice.  Pursue your passion and enjoy your education!

The Cooperative Education Program at Pathfinder is an optional experience for seniors and juniors (second half of the school year) having a minimum 1,000 hours in their technical area. Through a cooperative arrangement between the school and employer, the student will receive job placement related to their technical area of study during their “shop week” with wages paid by the employer. To be eligible, a student must have the recommendation of their technical program teachers, meet the required grade, attendance, and discipline standards. The student must also have their OSHA 10-hour card. Some technical areas may require additional certifications prior to entering the program.

To schedule a tour please contact our Guidance Department:
413-283-9701 Ext. 247
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