• Welcome to Mrs. Donahue's Website!
    Name:  Mrs. Mandi Donahue
    School:  Upper Merion Area Middle School
    Room No.:  A111 - Guidance Office
    Position:   5th Grade Counselor
    Email:   adonahue@umasd.org
    Phone:   (610) 205-8836               Fax:  (610) 205-8856
    Thank you for visiting my website.  I am excited to be entering my twelfth year here as a counselor with the Upper Merion Area School District.  I have been fortunate to work as a middle school counselor since 2003 and my passion for this profession continues to grow.  I am so thrilled to feel that there is truly no other career that I would rather be doing!  
    I completed my undergraduate studies at Dickinson College and my graduate studies at Villanova University.  I am certified as a K-12 School Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania.  I am the current UMASD 5-8 Guidance Department Chair and also serve on the Board of the Montgomery County Counselors Association. 
    Working with middle school students is great fun.  The students always contribute to much laughter and smiling throughout the day.  Their energy is contagious and it's a privilege to watch the transformation of the kids from children to teenagers during their middle school experience.  It's a wild ride!  
    I am anxious to work with our new 5th graders, members of the Class of 2024! Your child will experience a wonderful journey during his/her four years at Upper Merion Area Middle School.  I assure you that the 2016-2017 school year will be an awesome time.  Interactions and instruction from talented teachers, fun activities unique to 5th grade, new clubs and school groups to try out, and the opportunity to meet and make new friends will make for a memorable year.  I'm excited to get this year started.  
    As always, I am here to help in any way. I encourage communication with students and parents.  Please contact me by calling my office or sending me an email and I will be happy to get back to you.  I hope that you are looking forward to a wonderful school year! 
Last Modified on August 21, 2016