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NASHOBA TECH MENTORS WELCOME 200 FRESHMEN DURING ORIENTATION/
NASHOBA TECH MENTORS WELCOME 200 FRESHMEN DURING ORIENTATION
Posted on 09/12/2014
NASHOBA TECH WELCOMES 200 FRESHMENOrientation tsacogianis
Christina Tsacogianis of Pepperell, a freshman at Nashoba Tech, takes a “selfie” for her student photo during the school’s recent Freshman Orientation.

WESTFORD — Nashoba Tech welcomed 200 freshmen — the largest incoming freshman class in decades — and most of them attended a two-day orientation facilitated by this year’s group of Kick-Off Mentors.

        KOMs are juniors who are trained to coordinate and run orientation, and to act as mentors to the freshmen throughout the school year, helping them to acclimate themselves to the school and being available at all times to assist and answer questions.
        Students are chosen to be KOMs by staff at the end of their sophomore year.
        This year’s class of KOMs includes 36 juniors. They are: Chloe Adler-Mandile (Chelmsford), Dennis Baker (Chelmsford), Jaymie Bergeron (Pepperell), Meghan Bourassa (Shirley), Michaela Casey (Pepperell), Christopher Cassidy (Chelmsford), Brendan Conley (Chelmsford), Matthew Desrochers (Chelmsford), Kyle Dionne (Chelmsford), Thomas Dorman (Townsend), Robert Dumas (Ayer), Jonathan Fike (Groton), Amy Flaherty (Littleton), Jordan Forrest (Chelmsford), Alicia Gentile (Groton), Chelsea Hurst (Pepperell), Samantha Johnson (Ayer), Casey Jones (Townsend), Amber Joyce (Pepperell), Ryan Leedham (Townsend), Cynthia Long (Pepperell), Anthony Lopez (Billerica), Michelle Madsen (Pepperell), Erin Masson (Westford), Veronica Pecora (Westford), Samantha Piecewicz (Ayer), Christian Proia (Shirley), Sabrina Reedy (Chelmsford), Sofina Russell (Ayer), Stephanie Santiago (Chelmsford), Sabrina Santoro (Pepperell), Shaun Sanville (Dunstable), Joshua Trott (Westford), Justin Uzzell (Chelmsford), Jessica Watson (Townsend) and Sarah Woodward (Shirley).