The Wolf Weekly

NRHS Principal's Newsletter

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Newsletter Week of January 10, 2023

Hello NRHS Community,

I hope this message finds you doing well.

As I mentioned last week, we are coming to the close of Quarter 2 with a few days left of classes and midterm exam week from January 17th to the 20th. Information will be shared directly with students by their teachers as we have not had a traditional midterm experience since the start of the pandemic. We are committed to supporting and guiding all our students through this experience with success. Some helpful tips are:

  1. Begin studying early
  2. Complete the review guide
  3. Study a little every day
  4. Organize your notes
  5. Make flash cards or a Quizlet
  6. Create a study group
  7. The night before your midterm go to sleep early
  8. Have a good breakfast in the morning
  9. Check in with your teacher for extra help and/or attend a review session

We have some exciting things happening for students this week. Our DECA Club is competing on Wednesday at the regional competition at UMASS Lowell - Good Luck!

Our 10th and 11th graders in US History classes have completed their National History Day projects, which are on display in the Library. The projects and what students have learned is impressive. Well done students and kudos to the History Department! See photos below of some of the projects.

Have a wonderful week Nashoba!


Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal

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A message from our health office

A Note from the Health Office

Some parents may have received an email regarding their child's vaccination status. Recently, the CDC has added a meningococcal booster dose at the age of 16 to their recommendations. Meningococcal vaccines help protect against the bacteria that cause meningococcal disease such as meningitis. If you have received and immunization non-compliance letter, please submit your child's most recent physical with documentation of the meningococcal vaccine. If they have not received it, please discuss the meningococcal vaccine requirements with your child's healthcare provider.

More information regarding the meningococcal vaccine can be found at

Thank you and wishing you all a healthy and happy New Year!

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MA DMH Update

The Department of Mental Health has launched a new Behavioral Health Help Line that people can call or text at 833-773-2445. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in more than 200 languages. The help line can help individuals and families navigate the behavioral health system and access treatment, including mobile crisis services. For more information, please see the FAQ. Anyone with questions or concerns about the help line can email the help line director at
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Upcoming SEPAC Event

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