A 2009 Nashoba Brooks graduate and current Middlesex School senior recently published her first novel, 'Hiding in Sunshine,' under the pen name Caitlin Stuart.
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Saturday, April 20, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Eighth-graders from the Nashoba Brooks School traveled to Washington, D.C. last month for a field trip to the Presidential Inauguration.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Congratulations to the eighth grade graduating class.
Among those graduating in June from the eighth grade of Nashoba Brooks School were the following Concord residents: Front row from left to right: Caroline Rosenberg, Lexie Wiggins, Kate Awalt-Conley, Claire Banse, Tessa Awalt-Conley and Caitlyn Corcoran. Back row from left to right: Clare McKeown, Grace Campbell, Nina Callahan, Molly D’Arcy, Cayce Wiggins, Vivian Foley and Allie Stasior.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Nashoba Brooks School is expanding its campus.
Nashoba Brooks School is currently expanding its Lower School campus through the Expanding Boundaries campaign. Nashoba Brooks School offers a co-ed program for lower and pre-school children and an all-girls middle school. Phase one Expanding Boundaries began in 2009 with the construction of Noble Field, Noble Tennis Courts and Askar Lower School Science Labs, the Brown Family Middle School Labs, reconfigured parking lot and maintenance. Phase two, the expansion of the campus, is underway. “This project will renovate and double the size of the Lower School classrooms,” Director of Finance Maggie Barbuto said. “It will accommodate 150 students in the preschool through third grade levels.” The addition will add two stories, 5,400 square …
Sunday, January 29, 2012
Here's a back at this past week on Concord Patch.
There was a lot of debate and discussion this past week. Here's a look back at some of the biggest stories on Concord Patch. On Monday, we ran a poll asking your thoughts on the proposed SOPA and PIPA bills. Nearly 200 readers weighed in on the issue. Click here to share your thoughts too. On Tuesday, Maureen C. Belt wished all Concordians a Happy Chinese New Year, and the League of Women Voters of Concord and Carlisle invited voters to a candidates forum coming up in February. On Wednesday, much attention was turned toward the CCRSD administration's recommendation that the Regional School Committee consider using a private company for transportation service. In addition to the initial news story, a poll asking for reader opinions, and an …
Friday, January 27, 2012
Here's a look at what Nashoba Brooks students have been up to recently.
The following article comes from Brooke Brindley of the Nashoba Brooks School. When you ask a seventh grader how they’d like to spend their Saturday, most would probably say “sleep in” or “hang out with friends.” However, 22 seventh grade girls from Nashoba Brooks School chose to spend their snowy Saturday doing something meaningful. They volunteered for Heading Home, an organization whose mission is to end homelessness in Greater Boston, moving a 21-year-old college student and her 2-year-old daughter out of a shelter and into their first apartment. The event was well orchestrated, with the students preparing well ahead of time. First, they solicited donated items for the home, and raised money to buy the rest — everything from beds to …
Friday, October 28, 2011
The program provides families greater flexibility while maintaining a full educational experience.
The following announcement comes from Brooke Brindley of Concord's Nashoba Brooks School. Nashoba Brooks School, located at 200 Strawberry Hill Road, Concord announces a three-day preschool program for 3-year-olds starting with the fall 2012 enrollment. The three-day option provides families greater flexibility while maintaining a full educational experience. The hours will be from 8:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. with the option of an extended-day program that runs until 5:45 p.m. for an additional cost. The school will continue to offer their five-day program for those who prefer that option. Preschool students at Nashoba Brooks experience the benefits of small class sizes and a child-centered program, while building supportive relationships with …