The Center School is a part of the Nashoba Regional School District which consists of Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster. The Center School houses students in grades PK-5 and currently has 630 students enrolled. The Center School building project was completed in the fall of 2012, in time for all students to begin the school year in the new building. There are presently 29 classrooms and the staff totals 70 employees. Our class size varies from 18 to 25 depending upon the grade. We provide a strong academic program featuring high expectations and current educational practices which enable students to maximize their individual potential and become valuable citizens in our community. 

 

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arrowsMARCH 2017 Center School Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences for grades PK- 5 will be held on Thursday, March 9th 1:00-3:00pm and 5:00-8:00pm and Friday, March 17th 1:00-3:00pm. We will continue use of the online scheduling tool Pick-A-Time to coordinate appointments with teachers. Pick-A-Time will open for sign-ups Monday, February 27th at 7:00pm and close on Wednesday, March 8th at 7:00am.
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Stow Community News
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Flyer filled with news, upcoming events, and information about our community.
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SEPAC
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The Nashoba Regional School District’s Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is a parent-led group providing support to parents & guardians of children who have an IEP, a 504 Plan or Out-of-District Placement.
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Helping educators bring a wider world to their students is a big reason why we love coming to work every day. Imagine how rewarding when we get the chance to see it in action, as we did when we visited elementary educator Karen Mayotte (at left with her after-school students) this spring.
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Fingerprinting and Volunteers
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A new law came into effect over the last year that requires teachers and school volunteers to not only complete a CORI form but to also go though a fingerprinting check too. All volunteers*, including field trip chaperones must have completed the fingerprinting process before assisting in school activities.
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