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 Committee Testing the Limits in ‘Death Race’ “All my friends call me crazy,” said Stow native Ned Dalzell. The 29-year-old mechanical engineer has signed up to […]
By Ann Needle
At its final meeting of the school year last night, the Nashoba School Committee wrapped up miscellaneous business, some of it postponed from earlier meetings. One issue was the vote on the length of time half-day kindergarten students would attend class each day starting in August. The emphasis of the meeting focused on what the district is doing to reach out to troubled students.
Nashoba Regional High School Principal Dr. Parry Graham focused on what the school is doing to better settle new students into its culture. For the incoming freshmen, new this year will be a barbeque for these students the week before school opens. Next year’s freshmen also will be required to take a freshman guidance seminar, he said.
By Jess Thomas
“All my friends call me crazy,” said Stow native Ned Dalzell.
The 29-year-old mechanical engineer has signed up to take part in a “Death Race” in Pittsfield, Vt., starting on Thursday, June 27. Dalzell is ready for any challenge that comes his way.
By Craig Holt
Each year, boys’ and girls’ spring track is big at Nashoba Regional, and rightly so. After all, the programs consistently churn out high-achieving teams and record-setting athletes. Against that backdrop, this spring was a typical one for the Chieftains’ legion of hard-working sprinters, distance runners, jumpers and throwers.
CHANGES at THE STOW INDEPENDENT For many parents, summer “officially” begins this week with the end of the school year. Stow/Nashoba schools are out on Thursday. How long until the first cries of “I’m bored” begin? One person who won’t be bored is Nancy Arsenault. With the change to the school year, there is also 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 June 9, 2014 10:04am WELL BEING CHECK The Principal from Center School requested a well being check on a student who was absent, but the […]
UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE RANDALL LIBRARY Teen Writing Club Wednesday, June 18, 5pm – Randall Library’s Teen Advisory Board runs the Teen Writing Club, where they share writing, write with writing prompts, and discuss each other’s work and writing tips. Followed by the Teen Advisory Board Meeting Wednesday, June 18, at 6pm. Author Lauren Scheuer, Once Upon a Flock, Thursday, […]
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: Multiple Graduation Photos! Collings Proposes Smaller Project The debate rumbled on at last night’s continuation of the Earth Removal Public Hearing on the request by The Collings Foundation […]
Congratulations to all of the recent graduates! We have many photos, with more Nashoba grad photos available at www.susanshaye.com. Thank you to Susan Shaye and to Jess Thomas for covering the event as our veteran graduation reporter Ann Needle was busy with a graduate of her own this year. Ann’s daughter, Katy, Nashoba Class of […]