Automotive students pass NA3SA
Automotive Students passed one or more of the four core components of NA3SA
Posted on 04/02/2018
Automotive Students pass NA3SA compoents

Daniel Abercrombie, left, and Tyler Richard, both of Pepperell. 

Students pass National Automotive Students Skills Standard Assessment
From left, Adrian Brogan of Littleton, Daniel Lombardy of Littleton, Jared Michaud of Chelmsford, Sean Daly of Chelmsford, Chad Miner of Pepperell, and Assistant Principal Jeremy Slotnick.

Seven students in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Tech passed one or more of the four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment, or NA3SA, necessary to become auto-repair professionals.

            The four core components are suspension and steering; brakes; electrical/electronic systems; and engine performance.

The students are: Daniel Abercrombie (senior, Pepperell), Adrian Brogan (postgraduate, Littleton), Sean Daly (senior, Chelmsford), Daniel Lombardy (postgraduate, Littleton), Jared Michaud (senior, Chelmsford), Chad Miner (senior, Pepperell) and Tyler Richard (senior, Pepperell).