On Saturday, February 24, Nashoba Brooks School joined members of The Robbins House to facilitate a powerful conversation with university students in the Rwandan group Resonate, an organization that strives to unlock the leadership potential of women and girls through confidence building workshops and storytelling.
Nashoba Brooks School welcomed current and prospective families as well as friends in the community for a festive roster of activities during Winter Weekend 2018: Friday, January 26 through Sunday, January 28.
Nashoba Brooks Middle School students participated in the the annual Collect and Sort for Cradles to Crayons at Nashoba Brooks School on Saturday, November 18. The event, organized and promoted by our fifth graders, was a huge success--and will provide needed items to more than 600 children in the Boson area.
On October 10, the School Safety committee welcomed current parents to a meeting on School Safety, which included a presentation by Michele Gay, Co-founder and Executive Director of Safe and Sound: A Sandy Hook Initiative.
On Friday, June 2, Massachusetts State Representatives Kay Kahn and Cory Atkins joined with representatives from C-SPAN and Comcast in celebrating Nashoba Brooks' six winning teams in the 2017 Middle School C-SPAN StudentCam documentary competition.
Cathy Bass, Nashoba Brooks School’s Library and Transliteracy Integration Specialist, has been awarded a grant to participate in a National Endowment for Humanities workshop focusing on the artistic expressions of the Gullah.