October 13, 2017

From the Principal’s Desk…


Dear North Middlesex Families,

Godspell, our first musical in the new high school, will open on Thursday October 26 (see all performance dates and times below). I hope that many of you will join me in celebrating our amazing students as they break in the performing arts center. We will also be putting on a full scale musical in the spring, and two plays later in the year.

Progress reports went home with students this week. Please contact your child’s teachers with any questions or concerns. One of our priorities this year is for all classes to regularly record grades in Aspen so that families can stay on top of student progress. If you do not have an Aspen account, you can set one up here.



Isaac Taylor


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Friday, October 13

Seniors: Cap and Gown payments are DUE


Friday, October 13

Saturday, October 14

Scholarship Fall Canning - HS entrance

4pm - 8pm

8am - 12pm

Friday, October 13


Movie Night - in the NM Commons   POSTPONED

  • Sponsored by the Class of 2020

7pm - 10pm

Saturday, October 14

Community Open House

  • Student guided tours

  • Light refreshments

1pm - 4pm

Monday, October 16

StuCo Blood Drive - Room 120 (Lg. Group Instruction)

Students: 12pm - 5pm

Community: 2:30pm -5pm

Thursday, October 19

Band Boosters meeting - Room 112

6:30pm - 8pm

Thursday, October 19

Project Grad meeting - Cafe Annex

7pm - 9pm

Monday, October 23

School Committee meeting


Wednesday, October 25

Wind Symphony Concert - Performing Arts Center

7pm - 10:30pm

Thursday, October 26

Godspell - Open rehearsal - Performing Arts Center

Admission by donation / Seniors FREE

7pm - 10:30pm

Friday, October 27

Godspell - Performing Arts Center


Saturday, October 28

Godspell - Performing Arts Center

2pm & 7pm

Monday, October 30

NYSL Spookapaloosa - NMRHS Commons

6pm - 8pm

Wednesday, November 1

Scholarship Committee Meeting - Cafe Annex


Thursday, November 2

Grade 8 Open House / Parents and Grade 8 students

6pm - 8pm

Friday, November 3

NM Unplugged Talent Show - Performing Arts Center

6:30pm - 9pm

Wednesday, November 14

SEPAC meeting - Cafe Annex

4pm - 7pm

Wednesday, November 14

Tri-M Honor Society Induction

7pm - 8:30pm

Wednesday, November 14

Choral Boosters meeting - Room 110

6:15pm - 8pm

Thursday, November 15

Band Boosters meeting - Room 112

6:30pm - 8pm

Thursday, November 15

Project Grad meeting - Cafe Annex

7pm - 9pm

November 20, 21, & 22

Early Release

HS Dismissal @ 10:25am

November 23 & 24

No school / Thanksgiving


Blood Drive

The NM Student Council is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Monday, October 16th. This drive is open to students 16-years and older. Written permission from a parent or guardian is required for 16-year olds; however, parental permission is not required for students 17 years and older. All students must bring identification. We encourage parents to discuss blood donation and keep communication open with your son or daughter. Although most donors have uneventful donations, it is important to be aware of reactions that are common after blood donations such as lightheadedness, dizziness, or an upset stomach. Less commonly, a donor may faint after blood donation. Young, first-time and/or low-weight donors are more likely to experience reactions than other donors.

In order to improve the donation experience for your son or daughter, it is important that they get a good night’s sleep, eat a nutritious breakfast (and lunch), and drink a few extra glasses of water. If you have any questions, please contact the nurse's' office. Thank you for your support.

Panic at the Pond: Haunted Trail

A Haunted Trail will be taking place at the Townsend VFW on Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 7-9 P.M. We need help with setup and would also like to have additional scenes and tour guides. Set up starts at 8 A.M. I will sign off on community service hours.  The trail benefits the Friends of the Townsend Library and the VFW Auxiliary. Please e-mail clem6six@verizon.net, if you want to join us!

NMRS Scholarship Foundation - NMRHS

Canning Drive - Earn Your Point - Oct 13 or Oct 14

Fall Canning:  Oct 13, Friday:  4:00-8:00pm and Saturday, Oct 14, 8:00am-12:00noon

Canning locations will be in Pepperell, Townsend and Ashby.  To earn your point, you must fulfill a 2 hour time slot of canning.  Cans will be picked up and returned to NMRHS on day of event.

What is a point?  Earn your point for the Scholarship Foundation.  Participation points are a part of how scholarship awards are evaluated. Students can earn 1 point per year of high school. By senior year, the student's points are tallied/weighed as part of the rubric used by the Scholarship Selection Committee, reflecting the number and types of ways the student volunteered for the NMRS Scholarship Foundation during his/her years at NM.  In early spring of senior year, graduating students are invited to submit an NMRS Scholarship Application.  A selection committee consisting of Foundation members (excluding those with a graduating senior) and at least one NMRHS administrator, reviews the applications to determine awards. Applications are presented anonymously (the guidance office removes names and applies numbers to the applications) to ensure unbiased decisions are made.

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