Program for Parents of Preschool and Kindergarten Students For parents of all incoming Nashoba Regional School District kindergartners & preschoolers: Start the school year off right! Guest Speaker, Psychologist & Behavior Specialist Jay Ryan, Ed.D. will discuss issues such as: Transition to school, What you as parents can do to support school success, Separation anxiety, […]
Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday August 20, 2012 12:35pm COMPLAINT The Bolton Police reported that an erratic driver was headed toward Stow. He was driving a white box truck with the word “best” on […]
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR NEXT WEEK! LOTS OF CHANGES TO READ ABOUT We have completely revamped our website, as you can see, thanks to Leslie Bunnell of Bunnell Design, www.bunnelldesign.com. Leslie created the framework and a lot of nice features and has been patiently teaching us how to work it! A long with a new design, there is more content and an easy-to-navigate […]
FOR SALE Timberwolf hydraulic Log Splitter. 5hp Honda Engine; 22 ton. Works Great/2 yrs old. $1250 (978) 456-8951 Hay for Sale – Good for construction projects, archery backstops, mulch. $4.00 per bale. Pilot Grove Farm 978-897-2808. Downsizing: Stanley Br furniture: 2 bureaus – 47” and 36”, 3 drawers ea. One has removable hutch top. $40 for Both. […]
Correction to SAPN Playgroups Listing in Rec Brochure Dear Editor: I’d like to make a correction to the recent Town Recreation Fall booklet. The Stow Area Parent Network playgroups were posted incorrectly. The correct ages, times and dates are as follows: Wed. 10-12 ages 0-5 Thur 10-12 ages 1-3 Playgroups will be held […]
By Ann Needle
The much-discussed plans to renovate Nashoba Regional High School’s Science classrooms and labs were officially unveiled last night at a special School Committee meeting. Along with it came the question of whether the estimated price tag of more than $8 million would purchase what the district needs — or if the towns could afford it at all.