The Wolf Weekly

NRHS Principal's Newsletter

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Newsletter Week of November 21, 2022

Hello NRHS Community,

I hope this message finds you doing well. We have a short school week as we prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday this Thursday.

Congratulations to all our fall athletes for a wonderful fall season and also to Nashoba drama for a fantastic and truly entertaining performance of "The Play that Goes Wrong"!

We are currently taking applications for the EMT Cadet program. See the link below for the application.

EMT Cadet Program Application

I want to wish the NRHS community a Happy Thanksgiving and express my gratitude for the privilege of being a part of this wonderful community. There is strong research about the positive impact of giving thanks on our mental health and wellbeing. Check out this article from Harvard Health: Giving Thanks can Make you Happier.

Thank You NRHS and have a Happy Thanksgiving!


Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal

NRHS Learning Corner

Students in Ms. Peer's entomology class made masks or giant sized insects for Halloween. They researched an assigned insect. The research included external anatomy measurement along with basic information. Students also need to explain why the insect is scary!

Nashoba News Broadcast Thanksgiving Edition

Nashoba Music Update

On Saturday we had 15 students audition for the CDMMEA Honor Ensembles. We had 10 students who were accepted and 8 students who received an All-State Recommendation. Congratulations!

Harrison Cantin - Band (Trumpet)

Dakota Kelly - Orchestra (Bass Trombone) * All-State Rec

Yi Cheng - Jazz Band (Alto Saxophone) * All-State Rec

Dylan DeLisle - Jazz Band (Tenor Saxophone) * All-State Rec

Emily Cote - Choir (Soprano) * All-State Rec

Natalie Davis - Choir (Alto) * All-State Rec

Abigail Fantana - Choir (Soprano)

Amalia Nagale - Choir (Soprano) * All-State Rec

Gianna Poulin - Choir (Soprano) * All-State Rec

Eleanor Stanton - Choir (Soprano) * All-State Rec

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We are thrilled to announce the in-person return of the Stow Gobbler 5k Run/Walk on Thanksgiving morning, November 24th, 2022! Runners and walkers of all ages and paces are welcome to sign up. We are asking for student volunteers to help organize with the set up and race event. If you are interested in helping us to organize the race and earning some volunteering hours, please use the link below to sign up for tasks on the day before and the morning of the race.

We really want to be able to bring this event back to the community but need your help!

Dee Bus Update

DEE BUS update/reminder:

With the upcoming inclement winter weather season we would like to remind students that they should be outside at their stops even during the inclement weather days.

For those students on buses 7 and 10: these routes will be starting 5 minutes earlier on Monday, November 28. This is to build in a little buffer for the slow going wintery mornings. Please have your students at their bus stop locations 5 minutes earlier than they have been.

Thank you very much,

Dee Bus

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