Co-op and Internship update: In conjunction with our school closure, we are officially suspending co-op and internship activities until students are back to campus. If parents/guardians and employers are both amenable to keeping the student on during this time, it is at their discretion. We would appreciate being informed if this is the case. We look forward to getting beyond this as soon as possible and getting back to work.
Dear NT Community, The Nashoba Valley Technical High School Building will be closed for students through March 27, 2020 and we will be moving forward with a distance learning initiative during that time. Please see detailed letter available at: https://5il.co/dpfe
Dear NT Students, Families, and Staff, I am reaching out regarding an update on the COVID-19 evolving situation. Please note that at this time there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 with Nashoba Tech students or families but out of an abundance of caution Nashoba Valley Technical School District will be closed tomorrow and through the weekend for deep cleaning. A detailed update has been posted on our website at https://5il.co/dn1m Please know, the health and safety of our staff and students is our highest priority. Sincerely, Dr. Pigeon Superintendent
Sign up now for our Spring after school mini-exploratory, open to all district 7th and 8th graders. Space is limited so click the link below to register now! https://forms.gle/81snZ6VauGLdj54U7
ATTENTION TRIVIA NIGHT PARTICIPANTS!!
Adult classes...did ever wonder how to get beautiful close up photos? Join us Sat March 14 @The Butterfly Place (Westford) to learn how! http://nashobama.apptegy.us/o/nvths/page/adults-nashoba-at-night Register: https://unipaygold.unibank.com/customerinfo.aspx
Digital Photo for beginners starts Wed March 18! Learn to use your camera...take beautiful photos of landscape, friends and special family events! Details: http://nashobama.apptegy.us/o/nvths/page/adults-nashoba-at-night Register (Community Ed): https://unipaygold.unibank.com/customerinfo.aspx
Congratulations to the Culinary ProStart team - Best Entree and 3rd Place Overall!
Culinary Team at the ProStart competition. Pre-game huddle before it all begins.
Biotech Program: Students in the Biotech Program learn techniques that are prominent in the news right now: how are vaccines developed, and how are viral illnesses diagnosed? https://apnews.com/6744922daee56af18aef0c10de394740
Friends of Nashoba is the Parent Group at NT. Here is a link to the meeting minutes from our last FON meeting on February 25th. Consider how you might become involved. Everything we do is for the students of NT. https://www.nashobatech.net/o/nvths/browse/103751
From the Athletics Dept: this Tuesday, March 10th at 5pm, is the spring sports meeting for all players, parents and coaches in the Performing Arts Center. Spring sports include baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and tennis. The season starts one week from tomorrow, Go Vikings!
Our Trivia Night & Scholarship Drive is this Friday, March 13th! Tickets are $25 and include dinner! (21+) Lots of great prizes and raffles!! Order now! Tickets are selling fast!! https://unipaygold.unibank.com/transactioninfo.aspx?TID=27500
Great job ladies! All the hard work and practice paid really showed!
Getting ready to take the mat at the North Regional Championship in Wilmington! Go Viking Cheer!
Strong finish to a strong career for DJ with Nashoba Tech wrestling. Your coaches, family and school are proud of your accomplishments!
Congrats to DJ Fraser on victory by pin in his second match of the day! That makes the first win for DJ and for the Vikings at the New Englands.
Teammates and friends come out to support Chelmsford senior DJ Fraser representing the Vikings at the New England’s in Methuen this weekend. Go DJ!
Congratulations to Plumbing Senior Max Stillwell who was honored as All Star Student by the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of Massachusetts at their annual trade show today.
Biotechnology Program: This commercially available product uses bacteria and enzymes to break down clogs in drains. Students in the Biotechnology program are reverse-engineering the formula to see if they can replicate the product at a lower cost.