The Wolf Weekly

NRHS Principal's Newsletter

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Newsletter Week of May 31, 2022

Hello NRHS Community,

I hope this message finds you doing well and that you enjoyed the long holiday weekend. Tomorrow is the first day of June and the 2021-22 school year is coming quickly to a close. Please join me in encouraging our students to finish on a strong and positive note.

I am pleased to share that we had a very safe and successful Junior prom on Friday evening. Our students had a wonderful time!

Tomorrow we have homeroom beginning at 9:10am and students running for election will be giving brief speeches to their classes, which will then vote for their class officers.

We have seen an increase in students having food delivered to the high school to the back doors, which are being propped open. Please remind students that we do not permit food deliveries such as Grub Hub or Uber Eats to Nashoba as it is unsafe to do. It is also very unsafe to have any doors propped open.

Biology MCAS is next week for our sophomores. More information will be sent to to students and families in the next few days.

Have a great week!


Dr. Kathleen Boynton, principal

Nashoba Athletic Boosters

Nashoba Athletics Booster Club Information

NABC will hold their June meeting on June 7th at 6:30PM prior to the fall sports meeting! The booster club is seeking a vice president and treasurer for the 2022-23 school year. Please attend the meeting and/or reach out to NABC by email at if you are interested in a position.

NRHS Athletics Update

The spring regular season has come to an end! Many of our teams are competing in the CMADA Tournament and waiting for the MIAA Statewide Tournament information to come out this week. Check out Arbiter Live for the most up to date schedules for playoffs! Go Wolves!

NRHS VEX Robotics Team

Nashoba's Vex robotics team competed at Oakmont High school's tipping point competition last week. Sean Downey and Kris Figueredos robot placed 3rd just missing the final. Both robots did very well and we had a fun time at the competition. Vex robotics is offered as a full year class where students get to learn about robots and drones and compete in events like this one.

Here is a link to next year's challenge Spin up.

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Stow Springfest

Come on out and support 3 Nashoba students playing music at Stow Springfest, this Saturday, 6/4, 11AM-noon, at Center School in Stow. Smith brothers Brennan (Hale 7th grade), Devin (Nashoba freshman), and Jasper (Nashoba senior). The band name is the Smith Brother's Band.

They have rocked the halftime show at the Nashoba Homecoming and Thanksgiving day football games, as well as won the HS talent show (with some other members). Let's support the arts!

NRHS Care Closet

The new Nashoba Regional HIgh School "care closet" is now open! Students have access to clothing, personal hygiene products, school supplies and grab and go food. No questions asked, just come to the library ( the closet is in the back) and take what you need.

Our most popular items are shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, body wash, dress clothes and shoes. Donations of gently used formal and semiformal clothing ( for interviews, DECA competitions, prom, semi formal dances) are much appreciated. As are the above listed items. Please contact Tracy Landry, School Librarian at or Emily Chaves, Library Assistant at with questions or to donate to the closet. Thank you!

Junior Civics Project - Feedback on the NRHS Building Project

NRHS juniors in Mr. Poirier's history class are doing their civics project about the new NRHS building project. They are looking for input from all stake holders. Please consider filling this quick survey out!

Freshmen/Sophomore Spring Fling

The Freshmen/Sophomore Spring Fling will be on Friday, June 10th from 6-9pm in the NRHS courtyard. Tickets are $15 and will be sold during lunch until the day of the event. We are still in need of chaperones. A sign up spreadsheet has been email to the grade 9 and 10 parents/guardians. If you have any questions please email Melissa Foley-Procko at
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Second Annual Bolton Pride Parade

Please join us in honoring and celebrating our LGBTQIA+ community. Following the parade, we will hold a rally on the town common with public speakers, tables hosted by local organizations, vendors, music, yoga, music and dance performances, a cash raffle to benefit Out Metrowest, and food/ice cream trucks!

Sunday June 5, 2022

2:00 pm Walking parade from Emerson school to the Town Common

2:30-6:00 pm Rally on the Town Common
*parking at Emerson and Florence Sawyer schools

Check out the Bolton Pride Parade and Rally event page on Facebook for more information.

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Nashoba Summer Theater Sign Up - See below for PDF Application

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