Principal's Weekly Updates
The High School front office will be open from 8:00 to 5:00, Monday through Thursday during the summer. Work permit applications can be processed between 8:00 and 12:00, Monday through Thursday. Our guidance office is open each Tuesday, beginning July 15th from 8:30 to 2:30 to process new registrations - please contact our office beforehand at 978-779-2257 to set up an appointment. Have a great summer!
As in past years, we will be conducting a school wide summer read. The English Department, along with the high school's Media Center, have worked together to develop a program that asks students to read over the summer. Please see the front page of the high school's website for more information.
On August 18th, between 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, officers of the Bolton Police Department, along with some officers of neighboring communities, will be conducting training and scenario based drills at Nashoba Regional High School. Training will generally be occurring on the west side of the school, in the areas of the student parking lot entrance, foreign language rooms and media center hallway. Officers will be learning and practicing skills essential in responding to, assessing, rendering medical aid during, and rapidly stopping an active-shooter or other active-threat situation at the school. At no time will live firearms be used, with all training utilizing simulation equipment. This course, titled FAST/Tac-Med (First-responder Active Shooter Training/Tactical Medical) is developed and instructed by USMC Maj.(Ret.) Richard Kuong, consultant and principal of Kilo 1 Applications Group, LLC. Maj. Kuong has served in both law enforcement and military capacities during his career, and has instructed numerous law enforcement officers from the Commonwealth and other New England states in his classes. Additionally, other instructors from Bolton Public Safety departments will be assisting throughout the course, to help facilitate this training event.
Have a safe summer!
|Congratulations to Nick Giovinazzo, who was selected as the MVP of the Tom Brady Touch Football Best Buddies Challenge last Friday. Nick scored two touchdowns on passes from Tom Brady, and represented Nashoba well.
News and Announcements
First Day of School is Wednesday, August 27
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will report to school from 7:40 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Freshmen will report from 10:40 a.m. to 2:20 p.m. The cafeteria will be open for lunch for freshmen, and buses will be provided for all students. On the 27th, all students will receive hard copies of their schedules, but students and parents can view electronic copies of schedules in PowerSchool beginning on Monday, August 18th. Thursday, August 28th will be a full day for all students, from 7:40 to 2:20.
Homeroom List [pdf]
Juniors and Seniors will keep their locker from last year. Freshmen will share a locker and will receive their assignment on the first day of school. Sophomores should come to the school starting the week of August 19th and pick their locker from the posted hallways. Any questions, call 978-779-2257.
Supply List for All Students: [pdf]
New Student Registration Information:
Please call the high school office (978-779-2257) to set up an appointment to register your new Chieftain. Required documents include: Proof of residency, latest report card, and immunization records.
2014-2015 Parking Passes are available now:
Passes are $70 for the year. Please bring your license and registration when you come to purchase your pass. Please call the office at 978-779-2257 to make sure we are open before you come.
Class of 2014 Graduation Ceremony Pictures
Summer Reading [pdf]
Nashoba Lip Dub
Check out the first ever Nashoba lip dub here
Paperless Report Cards
NRH is moving to paperless report cards to save paper and money. If you would prefer to keep receiving your child's report card in paper format, however, please fill out this form [link].
Nashoba News- Picasa Web Album
Check out what's happening this month at Nashoba. Visit the new http://chieftainpress.net created by our journalism students. Tweets by @Chieftain_Chat
Why Community Participation is critical: [more info]
PARENT SURVEY - During Open house all NRHS parents are invited to complete the Endicott Survey, which asks questions about the strengths and weaknesses of the high school and is a key part of our re-accreditation process. The survey can be accessed at http://www.endicottresearchcenter.net, enter the survey code P2013794 and click GO. Addtional directions about the survey are [here]. We are hoping to have as many parents as possible complete the survey to help us continue to improve as a school. Thank you!