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Zachary Cover, a junior from Dunstable, center, shows the tool cage inside the Automotive Collision Repair/Refinishing program to freshmen Trevor Chamberlain of Chelmsford and James Conway of Groton during Freshman Orientation at Nashoba Tech.

Nashoba Valley Technical High School welcomed the Class of 2026 at Freshman Orientation on August 29.

Thirty-three juniors served as mentors for the new students, conducting tours of the school and helping to acclimate them to the campus.

Following are the freshman mentors.

** Ayer resident Cheyenne Anderson.

** Billerica resident Jocelyn Soly.

** Chelmsford residents Sicilia Campbell, Laurynn Chapman, Emily Durkin, Madison LeBoeuf, Lylah Molina, Nora Riel, Angel Rolon, Ethan Takvorian and Mitchell Tierney.

** Dunstable resident Zachary Cover.

** Groton resident Nate Dunn.

** Littleton residents Elizabeth Meyers, Emily Rasmus, Hannah Richard and Murphy Senecal.

** Lowell residents Mia Rowsky and Ava Savard

** Pepperell residents Conor Boyle, Yazeli Cerone, Manny Monteiro and Autumn Parker.

** Shirley residents Jenna Despres and Cadence Mueller.

** Townsend residents Trey Diekan, Nicholas Dumoulin, Adam Markwell, Tyler Santosuosso and Shannon Sirbak.

** Westford residents Bille Kane, Olivia Richard and Rachael Targ.

Autumn Parker, a junior from Pepperell, right, talks to freshmen, from left, Benjamin Mitton of Shirley and twin sisters Kailyn and Alanah McMahon of Townsend during Freshman Orientation at Nashoba Tech.

Principal Jeremy Slotnick speaks to, from left, freshmen Alanah McMahon of Townsend and Ava Nobrega of Chelmsford, and junior Emily Rasmus of Littleton during Freshman Orientation at Nashoba Tech.