The Wolf Weekly

NRHS Principal's Newsletter

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Newsletter Week of June 13, 2022, 2022

Hello NRHS Community,

I hope this message finds you well. We are in the last full week of school, with exams beginning tomorrow afternoon. Reminder that we have late starts at the high school Wednesday through Friday with the exam schedule. Locker clean out will be on Friday and we encourage all students to return their books and materials by the end of the school day on Friday. We have a long weekend with Monday's Juneteenth Holiday. The last day of school is Tuesday June 21st with a make up exam schedule at 10:40am early release.

Wishing NRHS students good luck on their final exams and projects. This is a gentle reminder that ALL outstanding/missing work must be turned in by Friday afternoon (6/17) to allow teachers enough time to complete grades. Tuesday morning 6/21 is purely a makeup exam day for students who miss an exam with an excused absence. Teachers must have their grades posted in PowerSchool by 2:30pm on 6/21.

Finish Strong!

Dr. B

Graduation yesterday was a wonderful event celebrating the NRHS class of 2022.

Have a great week!


Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal

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A Summer Message from our Nurses

Dear Nashoba Parents and Guardians,

As always, we hope this finds you and your family well. Congratulations on making it to the end of another school year and congratulations to our 2022 graduates! We would like to provide you with health forms you may need for the next upcoming Nashoba school year.

If your child has medication at school we’d like to remind you to pick up unused medications. District policy prohibits children from transporting medications to or from school, so a parent or guardian should retrieve them by noon on June 17th, 2022. Medications cannot be stored at school over the summer, so any medications left after this day will be destroyed or discarded.

If your child will continue to require medications next year, please forward the attached medication order forms to your physician/ nurse practitioner so they can be renewed for the 2022-2023 school year. Remember to sign at the bottom to give parental permission, and forward them to the Health Office at, or fax to (978)-965-3968. You may also bring them in when you deliver your child’s fresh supply of medication in the fall.

For children with a diagnosis of asthma, please request the Massachusetts Asthma Action Plan and school medication order form completed from your pediatrician/health care provider.

For children with severe/life threatening allergies, please request the Allergy Action Plan and school medication order form completed by the pediatrician/health care provider.

For children with a diagnosis of diabetes, please request diabetes school medication orders from your child's endocrinologist or health care provider.

If you are forwarding physicals for athletics, please forward to, fax to 978-965-3968, or send by mail to NRHS Health Office, 12 Green Rd, Bolton MA 01740. We wish you and your family good health, relaxation, rejuvenation, and fun over the summer months. We thank you for all your support this year and always, and wish you a safe, healthy, and happy summer!

Sarah DelConte Cosentino

Courtney Letourneau

Yearbook Information

If you purchased a 2022 yearbook, please have your child pick it up in room 213 before the end of the school year.

If you would like to buy a yearbook, the price is $90 and the check can be made out to Nashoba Regional High School. The book can be picked up in room 213.

Junior Civics Project on College Tuition

Juniors Ben Martin and Sam Guiles are looking for input on their Junior Civics Project about High College Tuition. Please consider taking their brief survey. Thanks!

NRHS Summer Reading

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to think about summer reading! Our theme this year is Survive the Summer, which incorporates a range of genres from coming of age to suspenseful dystopias. We have a small mix of student and staff selected books this year that we want everyone to be aware of. Copies of the books are available in the library to borrow, as well as on our digital reading platform Sora. Books will be available in the high school office during the summer, as well as at your local library.

When we return in the fall, there will be a raffle with fabulous prizes! Enjoy your summer!

Ms. Landry and Miss Chaves

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Nashoba Symphonic Band

The Nashoba Symphonic Band, under the direction of David Wayne Bailey, will present its final concert of the season, A Senior Moment, on Thursday, June 16th at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium of Nashoba Regional High School. The concert is a salute to graduating members of the band, and features solos by Alex Allison, french horn and J.T. Salvi, contrabass clarinet. The program includes music by Gostav Holst, John Barnes Chance and Clare Grundman. Admission is free and open to the public.

The eighty-piece Nashoba Symphonic Band is a program of the Nashoba Friends of music consisting of students, faculty, parents and musicians from Bolton, Stow, Lancaster and surrounding communities. The group performs four concerts each season, featuring foundation pieces of the literature, contemporary compositions, marches, and music from films and the theater. Nashoba Symphonic Band is supported in part by grants from Berlin, Bolton, Hudson, Lancaster, Marlborough and Stow Cultural Councils, supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
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