The Common, Edition #12
November 10, 2022
November 10, 2022
Dear Nashoba Families,
Tomorrow we will honor the men and women who have served our country with the holiday of Veterans Day. I learned recently through the Department of Veterans Affairs that Veterans Day as it is spelled out is very intentional. Sometimes you might see it spelled with an apostrophe s or with an s apostrophe indicating that the day is owned by veterans. It is in fact spelled as the plural “Veterans” to indicate it is a day in which we would honor all veterans, past and present.
In that spirit I wish to salute all of the residents of our towns who have served or currently serve our nation through military service. As a society, we benefit from those who dedicate themselves to serving others and our nation. Please join me in reaching out to people in our community who have served our nation and let’s be grateful for their dedication to our country.
“Be your best self. Pave your path. Impact the world.”
News from the Department of Teaching and Learning
Purple Pinkie Day... a Great Success
The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley extends a thank you to the Nashoba Regional School District community for the support in making this year's Purple Pinkie fundraising efforts a success. Our districtwide community of students, families, and staff contributed $2,032.48 to help vaccinate children against polio around the world. This contribution equates to over $6,000 when considered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation which matches funds raised two-to-one. This fundraising drive will enable thousands of children to be vaccinated against polio. Thank you , Nashoba Regional School District community, for your support!
Nashoba Notable Award - Celebrating Everyday Greatness at Nashoba
Celebrating everyday greatness! Is there a Nashoba teacher or staff member out there who you think deserves some special recognition? Send a Nashoba Notable Award their way! Fill out the form below and thank a Nashoba employee today!
Nashoba Notable Awards thank Nashoba employees for supporting students, families, and their school communities in all ways great and small.
Employees will receive a certificate that includes a brief explanation from the nominator of why they are Nashoba Notable. This form is open to everyone. Students, families, staff and community members can send a Nashoba Notable Award to any Nashoba employee.
There is no limit to the number of Nashoba Notable Awards someone may receive. Thank a Nashoba employee today!
This Week at Nashoba
In science, 7th graders explore how different earth substances (air, sand, and water)
absorb and release heat!
Congratulations to Grace Glover and Reuben Nyasani on winning the
2022 MIAA Multi-Media Award!
Unified Basketball v. Staff
Way to go students, 2022 Champions!
Nashoba Field Hockey is moving on to the Elite 8!
Come on out! Saturday @ 4:00 PM, NRHS
The 8th Grade Youth Football Team (Bolton, Lancaster, Stow, Maynard)
brings home the Division 2 Championship
Together, we inspire and challenge all learners to reach their unique potential and become active contributors to their community.