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*Updated Sept. 21, 2016: Voters say “Yes” to Minuteman School Building Project Funding

*Updated Sept. 21, 2016: Voters say “Yes” to Minuteman School Building Project Funding

| September 20, 2016

By Cyndy Bremer

According to Steve Sharek, Director of Outreach and Development at Minuteman Regional High School, the district-wide vote held on Tuesday resulted in the approval of the funding for the new school building project for the Lexington-based technical/vocational school that services Bolton students.

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TOWN ANNOUNCEMENTS… Aug. 19 2016

TOWN ANNOUNCEMENTS… Aug. 19 2016

| August 18, 2016

Clerk’s Corner Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? Feel free to call the Town Clerk’s office anytime to confirm voter registration. August 19, 2016 is the deadline to register to vote or change party enrollment for the State Primary on Thursday, September 8, 2016. Voters can easily register on-line or by mail.  Go […]

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No Summer Off for Field Hockey…August 19, 2016

No Summer Off for Field Hockey…August 19, 2016

| July 25, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
Champions are made in the offseason and the Nashoba Regional field hockey team is back to work in preparation for the 2016 season.

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Superintendent Finalists List… March 30, 2016

| March 30, 2016

Received March 30, 2016 from The Nashoba Regional School Committee Chair Dear Residents and Members of the Nashoba Regional School District Community, The advisory Screening Committee has completed its work and presented the School Committee with five (5) finalists for Nashoba’s next Superintendent. However, one finalist withdrew due to personal reasons. The School Committee extends […]

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Calendar… March 25, 2016

| March 28, 2016

SPRING SERVICE CLOTHING DRIVE Students at Emerson and Florence Sawyer Schools will hold a clothing drive between March 27 and April 8 to benefit the organization Cradles to Crayons as part of “Project 351,” a statewide youth-driven service organization that “unites an eighth-grade ambassador from every city and town in Massachusetts for a transformative year […]

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Nashoba High Closes after Bullet Found/Reopens after No Threat Found… March 18 2016

Nashoba High Closes after Bullet Found/Reopens after No Threat Found… March 18 2016

| March 18, 2016

By Ann Needle Students and staff at Nashoba Regional High School were dismissed earlier today after a bullet was found on a hallway floor. The building was re-opened to the public about 1:30pm after a thorough search of the school. The Bolton Police Dept. reported that at about 9:20am, a student discovered a .22 caliber […]

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Nashoba Escapes NEASC Warning… Dec. 23, 2015

| December 25, 2015

 By Ann Needle With the Nashoba District’s interim superintendent in place, the School Committee selected a search partner for a permanent leader at its Dec. 16 meeting. Nashoba Regional High School administration outlined how it intends to address a major concern that arose in its recent re-accreditation process. Search Process for Permanent Superintendent Interim Superintendent […]

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We have a winner!

We have a winner!

| December 18, 2015

Congratulations to Tenney Spinneit ! She and a guest will be on the guest list for a Meet & Greet with James Montgomery and will stay, as James’ guests, for the New Year’s Eve show at The International in Bolton.    

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Adults Responsible When Teens Drink… May 22, 2015

| May 27, 2015

By Ann Needle
Can parents get in legal trouble because teens were drinking in their house? Yes — and the legal punishment may not be the biggest toll, according to a state prosecutor. As the school year closes and graduation parties get underway, Nashoba Regional High School held a forum last Tuesday on social hosting of underage students.

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Crucial Fixes Urged for Nashoba… May 22, 2015

| May 27, 2015

By Ann Needle
At the May 14 Nashoba Space Task Force meeting, the district detailed what it could cost to keep the Nashoba Regional High School building running in the next several years. Charged with identifying what should be done to expand and update an overcrowded NRHS, the task force also took time to look at what the district could do beyond the basics.

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