The Wolf Weekly
NRHS Principal's Newsletter
Newsletter Week of May 1, 2023
Dear Nashoba Regional High School Community,
I hope this message finds you doing well. Happy first day of May, although the weather looks to be fairly rainy this week. Today begins two full weeks of AP testing for our students. There will be no daily announcements over the intercom to reduce disturbances.
We had a series of class meetings with our students last week that communicated our expectations for behavior during school and at school sponsored events for the remainder of the year as well as general expectations about good decision making. We want to ensure a positive and successful end to the 2022-23 school year.
The international Club held a very successful and hopefully first annual International Fest on Saturday. See below for some pictures from the event!
Graduation Ticket Orders are due this week for seniors.
Geothermal test well drilling
As part of the building project, we have a drilling contractor coming this week to drill holes for geothermal test wells. There will be heavy drill equipment in front of the school in two locations over the course of a few days this week and next week. While the drilling will be loud, the distance from the building will allow for minimal impact on student learning. Students and staff could experience some very low vibrations. At one drill location several staff parking spots will be temporarily cordoned off. Upon completion, the wells will be capped.
Have a great week!
Dr. Kate Boynton, principal
NRHS International Fest 2023
NRHS Hockey Team at the State House
Chicken Coops for Sale
Spring Music Performances at Nashoba
Nashoba Symphonic Band Concert
Sunday, May 7th at 3 pm, the Nashoba Symphonic Band will present "Fabulous Finales", a concert including a spectacular wind band setting of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, as well as a collection of themes from Gilbert and Sullivan, and O Cool is the Valley by Vincent Persichetti. Admission is free! (Donations are gratefully accepted.)
NRHS Spring Concerts:
- NRHS Bands will perform on Wednesday, May 17th at 7 pm; the concert will include a special recognition of the seniors as well as a "live movie trailer" for How to Train Your Dragon
- NRHS Choral groups will perform on Wednesday, May 24th at 7 pm
Admission for the high school concerts is $5 per person (seniors and students are free), payable at the door.
All concerts are held in the NRHS auditorium (12 Green Road, Bolton, MA). These concerts are family friendly...younger musicians are especially encouraged to attend. Come and enjoy music at Nashoba Regional High School!