May 14, 2021

Message from Principal Cullinane

Good afternoon Nashoba students and families -

AP testing will continue next week.

Please read the information below for important information.

Steve Cullinane

Interim Principal


We will continue to follow our schedule rotation. Here is the schedule for next week.

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Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Morning and afternoons are flowing much more easily—thank you for your patience and cooperation! A few notes:

Student Drivers–please do not drive through the bus lane in the morning when parking in the student lot.

Parents–please do not wait in the no parking zone outside the auditorium during pick up, this blocks emergency vehicle access.

Athletes–please do not move your vehicles from the student parking lot to the auditorium parking lot after dismissal. Leave campus after practice or games from your morning parking spot.

MCAS Reminder - 10th Graders

MCAS Reminder - 10th Graders

All 10th graders are required to take the ELA and Mathematics MCAS exams for graduation. (The class of 2023 is not required to take the STE MCAS.) Students will take the computer-based “next-generation” tests unless a previous accommodation for a paper-based test has been arranged, and students must take the exam in person at NRHS. DESE is not offering remote testing to high school students. This year, the MCAS administration will take place on June 3rd and 4th (ELA) and June 8th and 9th (Math) during the regular school day. June 10th and 11th will be reserved for make-up exams.

Students who do not participate in this June's 2021 MCAS tests for medical reasons or because they are learning remotely and choose not to come to school for testing may participate in fall 2021 for graduation and scholarship purposes.

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From the Nurses Office

Hello Nashoba students, families and staff,

Happy Friday! It finally feels like Spring! Enjoy that sunshine! Please remember to bring your refillable water bottles as the days get warmer!

Also recently updated: Individuals age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can get vaccinated against COVID-19. People ages 12-17 can only get the Pfizer vaccine. People aged 18 and older can get any vaccine. Please visit for more information.

Please remember that masks covering the nose and mouth are still required in our schools.

Thank you! Wishing you a peaceful and happy weekend!

Sarah DelConte Cosentino

Megan Talarico