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Month: February 2016

The Independent Clause…Feb. 17, 2016

UPDATE ON MINUTEMAN REGIONAL AGREEMENT VOTES To date, nine of the 16 Minuteman School District member towns have held Special Town Meetings related to the approval of the Regional Agreement amendments. It appears all nine have passed the agreements, although Needham’s vote was not confirmed at press time. The towns of Sudbury, Carlisle and Wayland voted to […]

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In this week’s Print Edition… Feb. 17, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Navigating Middle School Cyberworld In today’s world, Middle School friends are found at school, in the neighborhood and in the cyberworld. It’s those virtual friends that can be the most dangerous… ‘The Finest […]

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The Independent Clause…. Feb. 10, 2016

We are quickly moving into budget season as the town prepares for Annual Town Meeting and Election in May. We will keep up with the latest budget news from the town and schools. Over the weekend, I had to deal with an internet connection issue that left me scrambling for time after unexpectedly spending nearly […]

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In this week’s Print Edition… Feb. 10, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Selectmen Hear First Pass at Budget Town Administrator Bill Wrigley presented the Selectmen with his first preliminary budget report for FY 2017, which will eventually be voted upon at Town Meeting in May…. […]

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Budgets Discussed at Tri-Town… Feb. 10, 2016

By Ann Needle Administrators and officials from Nashoba’s three towns used the monthly Tri-Town Meeting on Feb. 3 to look at budget-related issues throughout the Nashoba Regional District. With the Nashoba Regional’s official 2016/17 budget still be to be rolled out, School Committee Chair Lorraine Romasco of Bolton offered background on the different approach the […]

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Nashoba Hockey Skating into Postseason… Feb. 10 2016

By Michael James LeClair Here’s a frightening thought for any team that has to lace up the skates against the Nashoba Regional ice hockey team. This year’s squad is on pace to top last winter’s Massachusetts Division 3A state championship edition. The dangerously talented Chieftains continued their torment of Central Mass on Saturday evening as […]

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DECA Makes it Nashoba’s Business… Feb. 10, 2016

The popular DECA chapter at Nashoba Regional High School continues to bring real-life business and marketing education to the high school’s students. This year, Nashoba DECA has students working with some familiar local businesses and organizations in building the competitive edge that has taken the club to national success. In terms of numbers, Nashoba DECA […]

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Nashoba Finances on Track… Feb. 3 2016

By Ann Needle The most recent financial report on the Nashoba School District pointed to sound financial health. At its Jan. 28 meeting, the Nashoba School Committee also heard good news on the work of teachers across the district. Assistant Superintendent George King termed the district’s financial health over the second quarter of the fiscal […]

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