March 26, 2021

Message from Principal Cullinane

Good afternoon Nashoba students and families -

The latest newsletter information is listed below. As a reminder, yesterday we sent a communication out about our planned full return on April 26th. Students will have the choice of two learning models: a fully remote model or a fully in-person model. Please refer to our letter for further information. If you have not already completed the survey in that letter, please do so as soon as possible.

Thank you and I hope you have a great weekend.

Steve Cullinane

Interim Principal

Mourning & Reflection on the Violence Against Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander Communities

During the COVID-19 pandemic, our country has witnessed an alarming and deeply troubling surge of violence, hatred, and discrimination directed at Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). Sadly, we know that discrimination against Asians in America is not a recent development. Our NRSD Teaching and Learning Department shared with us this letter from Transforming Education, which includes several educator resources for addressing the recent violence against AAPI communities, and we share it with students and families here as well.

From the Guidance Department

Attention students and parents. It is hard to believe, but we have already begun planning for next year and one of the most important steps for that is to get course registrations so we can build your student schedules for the 2021-2022 school year. Right now your teachers are considering what levels and classes to recommend you take next year, and we encourage you to review the Program of Studies so that you best understand all the options available to you. We will be doing course sign-ups all together on Wednesday, March 31st, details will be forthcoming. Be on the lookout for an email that went out this morning with registration details.

NRHS 24-Hour Rock-a-Thon

24-Hour Rock-a-Thon TONIGHT!

Fundraiser for Relay for Life

Hosted by Nashoba's Tri-M Music Honor Society

Featuring student/community member musical performances, music trivia, music podcasts, and more!

Watch the livestream and get more info here:

Friday, March 26 @ 6pm - Saturday, March 26 @ 6pm

We hope you'll consider tuning in, engaging with our students who will be monitoring the chats, or leaving the event on to enjoy in the background of your daily activities.

Contact Rachel Glenister with any questions:
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From the Nurse's Office

Hello Nashoba Families!

Thank you for all your communication these past several months! Thank you for continuing to report symptoms of COVID and for sending in PCR test results. Your cooperation and collaboration is greatly appreciated as we continue to work together to keep our school community safe and healthy!

As we head into allergy season, please know that many symptoms of COVID mimic allergies. Please continue to reach out for symptoms of sore throat, runny nose,nasal congestion, and cough (in addition to headache, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle/ body aches, fatigue, shortness of breath/ difficulty breathing, new loss of taste or smell).

Many of you have asked about vaccines. Please see attachment for vaccine eligibility.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! Happy Spring!

Sarah DelConte Cosentino

Follow on twitter @NashobaNurses

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Thursday, March 19th was our 2021 State Competition. We were proud of all our competitors this year adapting to remote competition. We look forward to Nationals in May which will also be remote. Kudos to all our 20-21 DECA competitors!
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Online Event for the Community

The Perkins Conroy Speakers Series presents

Cultivating Resilience During Complex Times

with Dr. Kris

Thursday, April 6 - 8 PM

a FREE online event

The global pandemic and escalating mental health crises can take their toll. Resilience is a process of positive adaptation in the face of hardship. As humans, we are wired for it – capable of navigating complexity, remaining agile, and demonstrating optimism. Modern brain science offers a host of strategies for cultivating resilience by leveraging “protective factors” –adopting and practicing mindsets, behaviors, and activities that serve as buffers and help bolster our well-being. Learn ways to engage in self-care that helps nourish and sustain us during intensive times.

We hope you'll join us for the spring installment of the Conroy Speakers Series (online), featuring internationally recognized, award-winning behavioral science professor, clinician, author, and activist, Dr. Kristen Lee!

About Dr. Kristen Lee

Dr. Kristen Lee, Ed.D., LICSW (she/her), known as “Dr. Kris”, is an internationally recognized, award-winning behavioral science professor, clinician, author, and activist from Boston, Massachusetts. As the Lead Faculty for Behavioral Science and Faculty-in-Residence at Northeastern University, Dr. Kris's research and teaching interests include individual and organizational well-being and resilience, particularly for marginalized and underserved populations. To learn more, visit or the Conroy Speakers Series page on our website.

Register Now!

An email with the event link will be sent to you prior to the event.

All Conroy Speakers Series events are FREE! Let a friend know and

stay tuned for our next installment of the Conroy Speakers Series!