Month: October 2016

Boys Soccer Victory; Girls Make Playoffs…Oct. 19, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional boys’ soccer team is doing its best to try to keep its head above water.

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America Today as Seen by French Students…Oct. 19, 2016

By Ann Needle
The presidential election is near, making this an especially interesting time for foreigners visiting the U.S. In fact, the students from a French secondary school visiting Nashoba Regional High School had a brief observation of the fiery state of political affairs. But they also offered a fresh perspective on the life residents enjoy around Nashoba and beyond.

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MCAS Gets Fresh Look by Nashoba…Oct. 19, 2016

By Ann Needle
MCAS performance throughout Nashoba remains strong, but the district will be looking at data from the state-wide test differently this year. Most of the Oct. 12 Nashoba School Committee meeting was devoted to hearing from Teaching and Learning about how it will use spring’s MCAS results to take a deeper look at how the curriculum is serving students.

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Calendar…Oct. 19, 2016

Your Child’s Neuropsychological Evaluation Do you suspect your child may have a learning disorder? Many parents are advised to ‘get a neuro psych done’ but what does this actually mean?This conversation will focus on issues and strategies for bridging the clinical and educational worlds and on strategies for getting the most out of the evaluation. […]

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In this week’s Print Edition…Oct. 19, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: House Hunters in Stow As the last apples drop from the trees, the real estate season in Stow typically also begins a fall slow down. But that slowdown, according to local realtors, does […]

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Nashoba Dominates Fitchburg, 42-7…Oct. 12, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
You knew the Nashoba Regional football team was going to come into this one focused on getting back on track.

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Tri-town Previews 2017/2018 School Year…Oct, 12, 2016

By Ann Needle
The Nasoba District’s three towns held the first Tri-Town meeting of the school year in Lancaster on Oct. 6, looking ahead to some of the costs the towns should anticipate for the 2017/18 school budget. Town officials also continued their discussion on the long-simmering traffic issues outside of Nashoba Regional High School.

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Vote Early with New Election Perk…Oct. 12, 2016

By Ann Needle
Until now, the advice to “vote early and often” was simply a political wisecrack. Now, the state makes that adage a lot less of a pun with its new early voting system. In Stow, that means voters can cast their ballots for the Nov. 8 election as early as Oct. 24. The early voting option closes on Nov. 4.

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Calendar…Oct. 12, 2016

Rep. Hogan Announces Office Hours in Stow State Rep. Kate Hogan will be hosting office hours in Stow on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 6 to 7pm at the Randall Library, 19 Crescent St. All are invited to stop by with any questions or ideas. Rep. Hogan represents the Third Middlesex District, which includes the towns […]

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The Independent Clause…Oct. 12, 2016

With this most unusual election season, comes a new option for voters. Read all about early voting in Ann’s article on page 1 and in the Clerk’s Corner at right. No matter how you vote, the most important thing is that you do vote. With most eyes on the presidential race, it’s easy to lose […]

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