The Wolf Weekly

NRHS Principal's Newsletter

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Newsletter Week of December 20, 2021

Dear NRHS Community,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend with the first hint of winter weather. Our sports teams continue to have success with weekend wins over North Middlesex and Leominster. Go Wolves! Our music program delighted audiences this past Wednesday with a combined Choral and Band Holiday concert and we shared the holiday spirit with the community with our Band and Chorus performing a holiday concert for the Council on Aging this past Friday. The spirit of giving is alive and well at NRHS with our various student led food and clothing drives receiving incredible responses. We also have a lively and festive spirit week this week! Nashoba is a very special place.

As we head into our much needed winter break, I want to wish everyone happy holidays and a happy new year. We have much to be thankful for and I am most thankful to be part of the Nashoba family. I wish you all a restful vacation with time connecting with family and loved ones, and a healthy beginning to the new year. I am reminded of a quote by Albert Schweitzer that captures the power of gratitude and the positive energy we receive from others:

"At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us."

-Albert Schweitzer

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Have a wonderful week Nashoba ~ Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!


Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal

Pictures with Santa

Our Journalism/Broadcast Team is looking for pictures of your child/children with Santa when they were little. We would like to feature these memorable moments on our 12/22 broadcast. If you would like to participate, please email photos to Melissa Foley-Procko at If you only have a hard copy, please feel free to take a picture of the picture or scan.

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A Message from the NRHS Health Office

Hello Nashoba Families,

This is a friendly reminder to continue to mask up in school and make sure that both nose and mouth are covered. We are seeing higher transmission rates in our state right now and we want to keep all of our staff and students safe and healthy and able to come to school. When someone tests positive for COVID, they are quarantined for 10 days. Please help us allow our students and staff to remain in the building. Thank you!

Also -- we are seeing a variety of viruses right now as well as COVID. If your child has any symptoms, please reach out to us and/or your health care provider to determine if testing is warranted. Please remember that symptoms of COVID mimic the common cold and many other illnesses. Some people are testing positive with only a runny nose/ congestion. Symptoms of COVID include headache, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, body aches/ muscle aches, fever, chills, runny nose, congestion, and new loss of taste or smell. If your child is testing, please keep them home until test results are received.

Our goal is to keep all of our students and staff healthy and able to continue to come to school. Thank you for your cooperation and teamwork in this matter.

Wishing you all a healthy December,

Sarah DelConte Cosentino

Courtney Letourneau