Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: School Drug Search Leads to One Arrest “Their faces were all plastered to the windows,” said Bolton Police Chief Vince Alfano of students at Nashoba Regional High School […]
By Nancy Arsenault
“Their faces were all plastered to the windows,” said Bolton Police Chief Vince Alfano of students at Nashoba Regional High School on Monday, May 19. They were watching a team of law enforcement officials conduct a K-9 drug search of the parking lots, moving from car to car in quick succession. Alfano describes the operation as part of a 3-prong effort to combat the presence of drugs at the high school, planned and executed by Bolton Police, State Police and the Nashoba administration.
by Ann Needle
Those hoping for a new regional agreement for Minuteman High School this year will have to wait. But there is a movement to try to make the proposed agreement more acceptable to some of the vocational school’s 16 member towns.
The annual road race to benefit the Stow Conservation Trust was once again a success despite the unpredicatable weather of Springfest weekend.
There have been several sightings, in opposite ends of town, of what appears to be a non-native yellow golden pheasant. Last week, I received several photos of the bird from a Boxborough Rd resident, but unfortunately I couldn’t get the photo up to print quality. This week, we received another photo of the bird, at […]
2014 Fall Football and Cheer Registration is Now Open! Nashoba Youth Football & Cheer is a recreational program open to children who will be in grades 1 – 8 (2nd grade for football) in September from the surrounding towns of Bolton, Harvard, Lancaster and Stow, regardless of size or ability. NYFC strives to instill a […]
By Kristen Kerouac 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 May 19, 2014 7:38am ANIMAL A caller on Gleasondale Road reported that a woman was walking an emaciated and sickly looking dog along the road. […]
Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Nashoba Looks at Measures of Success Last night’s Nashoba School Committee meeting focused on how the district measures success among both students and staff, with a view toward […]
By Ann Needle
Last night’s Nashoba School Committee meeting focused on how the district measures success among both students and staff, with a view toward how these measures could change in the future.
One Committee discussion centered on whether to become part of a new, national student testing system. Superintendent Michael Wood announced that Nashoba must decide, before the end of the school year, whether to continue participating in the national PARCC (Partnership for Readiness for College and Careers) testing system. A few classrooms throughout the district participated this year, though those students also took their required MCAS tests.