Welcome to Nashoba Regional School DistrictThe PreK-12 Nashoba Regional School District includes students from the towns of Bolton, Lancaster, and Stow. The three picturesque and attractive communities are located 20 miles northeast of Worcester, and 40 miles west of Boston, with easy access off Interstates 495 and 190. The area maintains its rural character with working farms and commercial apple orchards. Read more...
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Announcements and News
April 12 - 18, is Brain Building in Progress Week in Massachusetts, and the National Week of the Young Child. See attached for information including activities happening in the Nashoba District. The mission of the campaign is to emphasize the importance of the first 5 years of life in the development of a child's brain and the crucial role parents play in this development. In our endeavor to support our Nashoba RSD mission to help all students develop to their fullest potential we must start with our youngest learners, our future students, and their most important teachers, their parents Read more....
Help to get this message out. See attached for flyers, posters and information about activities parents can participate in. Parents can also check out things happening around the state by clicking on this link:
At their April 8, 2105 meeting the Nashoba Regional School Committee, voted to close the School Choice Option, no new students will be accepted. As required by law, all students currently enrolled will retain their seats until they graduate or voluntarily give up their seats. If you have any questions, please contact Aleta Masterson.
FY2016 Budget Presentation
Superintendent Wood presented an overview of the FY16 proposed budget at the School Committee Meeting on January 28, 2015. Read more....
Standards-Based Report Cards
Nashoba Regional School District will fully implement its newly designed standards-based report cards for middle schools this year. Report cards and will indicate overall achievement with a traditional letter grade in addition to indicating progress toward meeting specific learning standards. These reports will also provide feedback on social behavior and learning habits.
Families will find links on each middle school website to a grade specific Standards-based Report Card Parent Guide, which will provide additional information about this initiative as well as links for the report card templates. The following podcast link will also provide an overview of standards-based reporting and specific details about our new report cards.
Podcast link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poQ9HDKfVLI
Hour of Code
As we continue to engage all learners in the most purposeful uses of technology, our educators are working to support a national effort entitled "Hour of Code" in which all students partake in lessons that teach code so that they understand the underpinnings of graphics. Read more...
Enterovirus D68 Parent Information....Read more
Nashoba Ranks High...Read more
Nashoba Regional High School 2014-2015 School Profile Read more....
Calendar of Events
- April Vacation - No School
When: Mon Apr 20, 2015
- School Committee Meeting
When: Wed May 6, 2015 6pm
- NRSC Policy SubCommittee Meeting
When: Wed May 13, 2015 9am
- School Committee Meeting
When: Wed May 20, 2015 6pm
- Early Release PK-12 - Professional Development
When: Fri May 22, 2015
- Memorial Day - No School
When: Mon May 25, 2015
- Last Day of School
When: Thu Jun 18, 2015