Principal's Message

 The Nashoba school community will hold three events in the next few weeks thanks to the talents and efforts of our staff and students.

First, this Saturday, November 10th, there will be an Open Mic at The Bolton Bean from 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM as musicians, poets and performers take the stage at The Bean. This event is the first sponsored by our chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society.  

We will host our first Challenge Day on November 15th. This national program strengthens school communities and helps students see that there is more that connects us to one another than divides us. One hundred sophomores have been invited to take part after they were selected randomly. Also, twenty-five staff members will take part in the day. We hope to make this an annual event, thus creating leadership opportunities for students.

Last year we hosted our first bonfire pep rally at the Bolton Fairgrounds. This year a group of students in Mr. Andreopoulos’ Marketing & Community Partnerships class proposed a project featuring a daytime pep rally. The group surveyed students and had a persuasive presentation. Coupled with the “Lip Dub” event being planned for Tuesday, November 20th, the daytime pep rally is on. We discussed the fact that it takes a good deal of manpower to pull off events such as this, so we have tabled the bonfire for this year so our efforts can be focused. The group of students and the school administrative team have discussed the possibility of alternating the two events bi-annually.

It’s terrific to see students and staff get involved in ways that enrich our school community.