The Common, Edition #17
December 22, 2022
December 22, 2022
Dear Nashoba Families,
Today I want to announce the launch of our social media communications for the Nashoba Regional High School Building Project. We will be using Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to educate the residents of our three towns on the progress of the project. Please subscribe to our social media platforms to receive updates. In addition, we need you to encourage your neighbors who are residents of Bolton, Lancaster, and Stow to subscribe to our social media communications. This will be a primary tool in getting our messages out to people who do not have children in school.
Please follow us on the following social media:
Twitter - @NRHSbc
Instagram - @NRHSbc
Facebook -Nashoba RSD Building Project
I wish you all a happy and restful vacation.
“Be your best self. Pave your path. Impact the world.”
The January 9th Public Forum will be held in person at the Nashoba Regional High School, 12 Green Road, from 6:00-7:30 PM. The Forum will also be livestreamed for community members wishing to attend the meeting virtually. Please use this link to view or participate in the meeting in real time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYqIf8Osats
News from the Department of Teaching and Learning
NEW to Nashoba! State Seal of Biliteracy - It's Not Too Late
The Nashoba Regional School District will offer Junior and Senior students the opportunity to earn the MA State Seal of Biliteracy this year. If you are a parent/guardian of a Junior or Senior who would like to learn more about how your graduate can earn the Massachusetts State Seal of Biliteracy, please join us for an informational meeting on Wednesday, January 4, 2023 @ 2:30-3:30 pm. The meeting is open for both students and their families. The meeting will take place in the back of the Media Center at Nashoba Regional High School. We look forward to seeing you and answering any questions you may have.
Learning (and FUN) at Extended Learning
Extended Learning students have been hard at work crafting, building, writing, and acting their way through some fun fall and winter enrichment programming! With the help of Drama Out of the Box participants practiced improv and impressed their friends with self-written and performed plays. They tested the limits of their imagination and building skills with the help of fan favorite enrichment program, ImagArena! They lowered the temperature with indoor snowball fights and winter dioramas, but kept warm by making their very own fleece blankets and pillows. Finally, they made the shortest day of the year a little brighter with their handmade winter solstice light bags!
News from the Department of Pupil Personnel Services
Wishing our amazing students, families and faculty peace and joy during the holiday season.
May your season be filled with wonderful moments, memory making and joy!
We look forward to working with you in 2023!
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
Florence Sawyer Grade 8 Trip to JFK Library and
EMK Institute for the US Senate
Second graders playing chess during indoor recess
Together, we inspire and challenge all learners to reach their unique potential and become active contributors to their community.