Even more great spirit week selfies! A St. Patrick's Day Redo.
about 4 years ago, Mr. Jeremy Slotnick
St. Pat's 1
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One more for PJ day!
To all baseball players. Below are some activities you can do by yourself and still keeping social distancing. The best suggestion I have is to just try to get (and keep) the fundamentals going. Run, throw, catch, swing. Always stretch your arms and legs before doing anything. Catch - As far as home drills, use a tennis ball and bounce off a wall inside or out, practice backhand, forehand and straight ahead with no glove. Make it a competition and only move on when you catch 10 in a row each way. You can do this on a knee or standing up. If you have a partner, and can go outside, have them throw a line drive (or soft fly) a short distance to a players back and forehand. Again, make it a competition, catch 5-10 in a row before switching sides. Run... Whatever distance they have available, but if they have a 90 foot area, practice running / sprinting that distance 10-20 times a day. Simulate a lead, and then sprinting to a base. They will stay in decent shape by sprinting this distance every day. Hit - Use a real bat or whiffle ball bat - toss the ball in the air and hit it. Mix it up, use one hand and then both. Sounds simple, but the object is to strengthen your hand eye. If you have a friend or family member available have them soft toss to you. On Twitter Ryan Dempster has some cool drills for pitchers to work at home. He has grip suggestions and drills - he is at twitter.com/Dempster46
about 4 years ago, Athletic Director
Check out these great selfies from our first day of virtual Spirit Week. Pajama Day!
about 4 years ago, Mr. Jeremy Slotnick
Pajama Day!
Spirit Week: Pajamas
Spirit Week Photos: Pajama Day
Dear NT Community, Please see attached update from the Superintendent on the extended closure. The letter can also be found on our website at: https://5il.co/e9ay  Also, please encourage your students to participate next week in our Virtual Spirit Week! My best to you all. Sincerely, Dr. Pigeon
about 4 years ago, Dr. Denise Pigeon, Superintendent
Dear Nashoba Tech Community, On March 22, a letter was sent to our students and their families explaining the process for schooling in the coming week. You may access it here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WD36hhHfA_FuUsdDDlrUEkdUUXYnd0iMDaAJu1UmZ1A/edit Sincerely, Jeremy Slotnick, Principal
about 4 years ago, Mr. Jeremy Slotnick
Dear NT Community, On March 17, 2020 a Superintendent's Update letter was sent to parents through our Aspen/X2 system. If you didn't receive the email, you can view the letter here: https://5il.co/dyzv Sincerely, Dr. Pigeon
about 4 years ago, Dr. Denise Pigeon, Superintendent
Dear Nashoba Tech Families, We have a change in the procedure by which students may pick up grab and go breakfast and lunch at Nashoba Tech. Please follow the link below to fill out a form through which you may order lunch. The form should be completed by 9 am on the day prior to pick up. The pick up time and location remain the same: 11-12 at the front entrance of the school. https://forms.gle/9j7yNRjjYsBqSGXL7
about 4 years ago, Mr. Jeremy Slotnick
Dear Nashoba Tech Families, We are reaching out to let you know that our students are able to visit Nashoba Tech Monday through Friday for a grab and go breakfast and lunch. This will occur in front of Nashoba Tech between 11:00 and 12:00 pm. Nashoba Tech students may also have opportunities for meal pick up in their town of residence in cooperation with our sending communities. For example, Nashoba Tech students that reside in Littleton may pick up two days of breakfast and lunch on Tuesday, March 17 and Thursday, March 19 between 8:00 and 10:00 am at the main entrance of Littleton High School by the flag pole. Nashoba Tech students residing in Lowell may also visit the Lowell district website for details on meal pick up. Nashoba Tech students that reside in Ashby, Pepperell and Townsend can also place an order to be picked up at North Middlesex Regional High School by visiting their website and filling out a meal service request. Please know, we are committed to helping our families in any way we can during this difficult time. If you have any questions regarding meal service please do not hesitate to reach out to the Principal’s office and we will assist you.
about 4 years ago, Dr. Denise Pigeon, Superintendent
March 16, 2020 Dear Nashoba Tech Community, As we continue to navigate COVID-19, your Athletic Department and Health Department have collaborated to offer workout plans to help keep you active in a safe and healthy way. Social distancing must be taken seriously, and we are encouraging you to stay away from the gym and other fitness facilities and instead exercise at home or outside taking the necessary precautions. Using the link below, you will find access to the following workouts and workout programs: Nashoba Tech - At Home Workouts 5-Week Bodyweight Workout Challenge H.I.I.T. (High Intensity Interval Training) Workout Walking to Running - 30 Day Plan 5-Week Couch to 5K Training Plan Individual Workout Challenges Stretching and Flexibility Take a walk/run/hike/bike - our community is full of outdoor trails and nature areas, now is the time to enjoy them. In addition to these suggestions, we encourage you to respect the social distancing recommendations of the CDC and other health experts. This means: Do not have people over your house. This creates new links and possibilities for the type of transmission that school/work/public event closures are trying to prevent. Do not share food or drinks. Stay home as much as possible to reduce your risk of being exposed and prevent spread. Wash your hands thoroughly after touching surfaces in public places and upon returning home from any public place. Carry hand sanitizer with you and use it regularly. Avoid touching your face, nose, eyes, etc. Clean and disinfect your home to remove germs: practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces (for example: cell phones, doorknobs, light switches, handles, toilets) Additional Resources: Staying Physically Active During the COVID-19 Pandemic Mental Health and Social Distancing Sports Nutrition Fact Sheets Up-to-date Information about COVID-19 Stay well!
about 4 years ago, Athletic Director
Update on Spring Sport Season March 16, 2020 The MIAA Board of Directors voted today, March 16, 2020, to amend the start of the 2020 spring sports season in light of recent mandates from Governor Baker and recommendations from governing health agencies. The updated start date for the 2020 spring season is April 27, 2020. Additionally, the MIAA Board of Directors voted to have completion of regular season and tournament games by June 20, 2020 with consideration of June 21, 2020 for weather and facility needs. Details regarding the structure of the spring season will be addressed by the Tournament Management Committee (TMC). An update will be provided and reviewed by the Board by March 25, 2020. These decisions are based on available information and are made in the best interest of our student-athletes, schools and communities. These decisions will be revisited and adjusted as needed. Thank you for your patience while dealing with this very fluid situation. Be well.
about 4 years ago, Athletic Director
Students from Ayer, Shirley, Westford, and Chelmsford will be able to visit Nashoba Tech for a grab and go breakfast and lunch between 11 and 12 beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17 at the front entrance. LIttleton students may pick up two days worth of breakfast and lunch Tuesday, March 17 and Thursday, March 19 between 8 and 10 am at the flagpole near the main entrance of LIttleton High School. Lowell students may visit the Lowell district website for details on meal pick up times and locations. Ashby, Pepperell and Townsend students should place an order by noon the day prior to their desired day of pick up at curranms@whitsons.com or by calling Michelle Curran at (508)415-3390. Meals may be picked up at the North Middlesex Regional High School loading dock, 19 Main Street, Townsend beginning Wednesday, March 18.
about 4 years ago, Mr. Jeremy Slotnick
Community Ed Updates: In accordance with Gov. Baker's executive order closing all schools through April 6th, Nashoba Tech is also closed for all evening classes -- please check your email for more details and updates.
about 4 years ago, Jobee O'Sullivan, Dir. of Postsecondary & Community Ed.
To Nashoba Tech Students and Parents: As you are likely aware, Governor Baker just issued an executive order closing all schools from March 16th with a school return date of April 7th. This will extend Nashoba’s previously issued closure. Nashoba Valley Technical High School will be moving forward with a distance learning program and planning is underway. More details will follow soon. We thank you for your patience. To facilitate this endeavor, we ask that any student that currently has his or her Chromebook at the school come with a parent or guardian to collect their Chromebook or other necessary, personal belongings tomorrow. If your child has medications at school that he or she requires, you will be able to collect these as well. The building will be open during the following times for students and parents. Monday, March 17, 2020 Student Chromebook and Medication Pick Up Times Last Name: A-F 9:00 - 10:00 am or 5:30-6:00 PM Last Name: G-L 10:00 - 11:00 am or 6:00 - 6:30 PM Last Name: M-R 11:00 - 12:00 or 6:30 - 7:00 PM Last Name: S-Z 12:00 - 1:00 or 7:00 - 7:30 PM Please contact the main office if other arrangements are needed.
about 4 years ago, Dr. Denise Pigeon, Superintendent
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.
about 4 years ago, Jeff Scheminger
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
about 4 years ago, Dr. Denise Pigeon, Superintendent
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
about 4 years ago, Dr. Denise 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
about 4 years ago, Sue Fischer
about 4 years ago, Friends of Nashoba
Trivia Night Postponed
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
about 4 years ago, Nashoba Career Technical Institute (NCTI)
Macro Photo