The Wolf Weekly
NRHS Principal's Newsletter
Newsletter Week of October 12, 2021
I hope you had a restful long weekend. One of the things you will see me try to model over the course of the year is work life balance. As such, over long weekends or holidays I will not be on email and will shift the times that I send out my newsletter. As adults who are pulled in so many directions, it is critical for us to take time to relax, rejuvenate and spend time with family, which is exactly what I did this weekend.
Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of attending the boy's varsity soccer game for senior night and in similar fashion to our girls varsity team, we had a decisive 4-0 victory. It was a great evening!
On Wednesday of last week we had our student council elections as well as a very successful clubs and activities fair in the courtyard. The positive energy from the students was amazing!
This past Friday, coach Mariani had her 200th career win at Nashoba - Congratulations!
This week is Spirit Week leading up to our Homecoming football game this Friday and Homecoming dance this Saturday.
10/12 - Career Day
10/13 - Decades Day
10/14 - Country vs. Country Club Day
10/15 - Blackout Day - wear your Nashoba Blackout T shirts
Finally, we are well over 80% vaccinated at NRHS and over 50% opt in to pooled testing. Once we get to 70% or above opt in to pooled testing, we may be able to consider removing masks indoors. Please consider filling out the opt in form for testing. Contact the school nurse for more information.
Have a wonderful week Nashoba!
Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal
Members of our Boys Varsity Soccer Team
Congratulations Coach Mariani!
NRHS Student Council
Announcing the newly elected Nashoba Regional High School Student Council Members: 2021-22:
President: Ava Reisner
Vice-President: Olivia Earley
Treasurer: Victor Xu
Secretary: Kasey McKenna
Historian: Avery Hallberg
Student Council Liaisons to the School Committee: Sonia Nicholson & Dan Aube
Student Council Class Representatives Class of 2022: Beckett Storey, Bridget Cratty, & Brooke Lindsay
Student Council Class Representatives Class of 2023: Amelia Choi & Bella Tijan
Student Council Class Representatives Class of 2024: Kierlan Bailey & Hannah Reardon
Student Council Class Representatives Class of 2025: Winston Zhao & Colleen Cratty
Club and Activities Fair
SAT Information 10/13/21
Good Morning ~
For the students registered to take the School Day SAT at Nashoba on Wednesday, Oct 13, please be aware of the following instructions:
Students should arrive by 7:30 and report to the upper gym via the auditorium entrance wearing a mask. If a student is driving themselves to school, they are to park in the student parking lot and walk to the Auditorium entrance.
Students will begin actually taking the exam by about 8:45.
Students will finish the exam at approximately 12 pm unless they are testing with previously approved College Board accommodations. Those students will be finishing up around 2 pm.
Students should bring with them number two pencils, approved calculators (visit www.collegeboard.org for a list), an ID and food and drink if they would like to have access to this during break time.
Mr. Glover, Test Center Coordinator
PSAT Information 10/16/21
Please note the information below regarding the PSAT next week:
- Students should arrive by 7:30 and report to the cafeteria wearing a mask.
- Students will be released to their testing room at approximately 7:50.
- Students will begin actually taking the exam by about 8:45.
- Students will finish the exam between approximately 11:30 and 12 pm, unless they have a previously approved extended time accomodations per the College Board.
- Students should bring number two pencils, erasers, approved calculators (list is in the booklet they picked up from guidance) and food and drink if they wish to have access to it during break times.
Dan Glover, Test Center Coordinator
Supply Chain Update from Food Services
Guidance Department Update
Students taking AP courses are required to take the corresponding AP tests each May. Registration for AP tests begins today and concludes on October 22nd. We know this is early, but the College Board requires that we order AP tests in the Fall. It is suggested that parents and students register for these tests together - it should take about 15 minutes.
*Students complete the AP contract.
*Students register at https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/220162. Follow the instructions carefully.
*Students register at College Board's MyAP system with the Join Codes you received at the end of the Total Registration process.
Please reach out to Mr. Glover, the test coordinator, or Mrs. Hilliger, the Guidance Secretary for questions.
NRHS Drama Update
Nashoba Drama Spring 2022 Musical – mark your calendars!
-Show to be announced late November
-Show Dates: March 18,19, 20
-AUDITION DATES (attend 1 date only): Sunday 12/12/21 at 2:00 pm sharp! OR Monday 12/13/21 at 6:00 pm sharp!
Fall Play Arsenic And Old Lace Show Dates: November 19, 20, 21
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College Visits to NRHS
September 13th begins College Rep Visits. Over 70 colleges and universities will be visiting Nashoba to visit with our Seniors. This is an opportunity to hear about schools that students may be interested in. Remember....the Rep may actually be the Admissions Counselor who reads Nashoba's applications.
Students should notify their teachers before attending and should NOT miss any exams/quizzes or presentations. Students will be excused from any classes they miss but are responsible for any work assignments.
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