The Wolf Weekly

NRHS Principal's Newsletter

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Newsletter Week of April 11, 2022

Good Morning NRHS Community,

I hope this message finds you doing well. We are in the final week before April Vacation and a reminder that Quarter 3 ends on Friday. The next newsletter will be sent out on Monday April 25th. Last week was exciting at NRHS - we hosted several guest speakers in English and Science classes, our 10th graders participated in a very successful Reality Fair experience (many thanks to Mr. Glover and our guidance department as well as the Rotary Club, Clinton Savings Bank and our community volunteers!), we hosted the Central MA regional GSA meeting and had a fantastic Class Plays event on Friday. Athletics are also in full swing.

Good luck to the NRHS Robotics Team in the State Competition later this week!

For those members of the Nashoba community celebrating Easter on April 17th and Passover from April 15-23, I wish you a Happy Easter and Happy Passover.

Have a great week!


Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal


April 2nd, 2022, marked the first day of Ramadan for Muslims around the world. The 9th month of the lunar calendar, Ramadan is not a holiday by Islamic standards; it is a holy month of worship. Muslim students in our classrooms will be fasting from sunrise to sunset (about 5:40 am-7:00pm); they cannot consume anything (water, medicine, food, etc.). For Muslims, Ramadan is much more than abstaining from food and drink. It is a month that exemplifies the Islamic values of gratitude, strengthening bonds of kinship, spirituality, and maximizing acts of charity.

We support our students observing their Islamic faith and will make quiet space available in the main office area during lunch and as needed.

Earth Day Celebration at NRHS

On Friday April 15th, the NRHS Green Team is hosting an Earth Day Celebration. This is a long standing NRHS tradition that we are proud to bring back post COVID. See below for the schedule.

After Long Block, students will report to their Homeroom and then each homeroom will cycle through a series of events and activities. The modified bell schedule is below.

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Congratulations to our Class Players!

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Superintendent's Strategic Plan Survey

Dear NRHS Staff, Students and Parents/Guardians,

Please take a moment to fill out the Strategic Plan Survey. Input from all stake holders is critical in the Strategic Planning Process. The Link is below:

Thank You!

Survey Link

NRHS Students Travel to Malawi for Service Learning

Dr. Brian Lisse and Dr. Don Hangen with NRHS seniors : Lela Boermeester, Maddie Guthrie, Addy Ogden, Heather Keane, Matt Alves and Margot Sonia. They will be engaging in service learning with the organization Bridges to Malawi.
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Nashoba News Broadcast 4/8

NRHS Concerts

Upcoming Musical Events at Nashoba Regional High School

Nashoba Regional High School will be hosting two fantastic musical events this spring!

  • The Senior Showcase Concert will take place on Wednesday, April 27 at 7pm. This is an evening of entertainment featuring our senior musicians. They will be presenting solo and small group performances of their choice. The Concert Choir and Concert Band will offer a combined performance at the end of the concert to present a piece dedicated to our seniors. This concert has free admission.
  • The Nashoba Symphonic Band, under the direction of David Wayne Bailey, will present its Spring concert, Moments to Remember, on Sunday, May 1st at 3 p.m. The program features the area premiere of the “Afro-American Symphony” by William Grant Still, in a transcription written for the band at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Also being performed will be “Hymn for the Innocent” by Julie Giroux, Vincent Persichetti's “Divertimento for Band,” and a unique mini-tone poem for band, “City Rain'” by Judith Land Zaimont. Admission is free to one and all (donations are appreciated).

These concerts are family friendly...younger musicians are especially encouraged to attend. Come and enjoy music in the auditorium at Nashoba Regional High School!

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Nashoba SEPAC Events

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