Assistance Program for Lead in School Water

The NRSD facilities department manages multiple public water supplies across the district, including the wells at Hale MS, Center School, Sawyer School (including Emerson), and the Nashoba Regional High School. These well sites and water supplies are managed by the facilities department and operated by Whitewater, Inc. As they are considered public water supplies, we maintain water supply compliance per DEP requirements, reporting, and testing schedules. Based on the schedules provided by the DEP, we maintain a testing regimen for copper and lead that usually runs between an annual and every three-year testing requirement. We were proud to receive the DEP, Public Water System Award in 2013 for “outstanding performance and achievement” and continue to maintain the systems with the same approach now.

Our latest testing results all fall below the DEP-issued action levels. Additional testing will be completed as our DEP-mandated sampling frequency requires or by inclusion in the proposed RFI.

Nashoba Regional High School (11-29-2023 Test)
Lead: 0.013 mg/L (Action Level .015mg/L)
Copper: 0.210 mg/L (Action Level 1.3 mg/L)

Nashoba Regional High School - School Notice.pdf
Nashoba Regional High School 90th Percentile Compliance Report.pdf
Nashoba Regional High School - L&C Final

Drinking water information.pdf

Center School (10-04-2023 Test)
Lead: .0022 mg/L (Action Level .015mg/L)
Copper: 0.68 mg
 /L (Action Level 1.3 mg/L)

Stow Center School Schools Consumer Notice.pdf
Stow Center School 90th Percentile Compliance Report.pdf
Stow Center School -L&C Final.pdf

Florence Sawyer School (10-2-2023 Test)
Lead: .0029mg/L (Action Level .015mg/L)
Copper: 0.28mg/L (Action Level 1.3 mg/L)

Florence Sawyer Elem School Consumer Notice
Florence Sawyer School 90th Percentile Compliance Report
Florence Sawyer School L&C Final

Hale Middle School (10-05-2023 Test)
Lead: .0018 mg/L (Action Level .015mg/L)
Copper: 0.26 mg/L (Action Level 1.3 mg/L)

Hale Middle School Consumer Notice
Hale Middle School 90th Percentile Compliance Report
Hale Middle School, L & C Final 


PFAS Testing June 2019.pdf

The Lancaster Schools are on the Town of Lancaster’s public water supply which is managed by the town and the local BOH. I have discussed with Mr. McNutt (Town Manager) the RFI program and our plan to submit the RFI for inclusion into the program. If accepted, I will share results with the Town of Lancaster, and the local BOH of the District’s member towns.