Special Olympics Send Off!

Dear NMS families,

We are writing to inform you of an amazing opportunity for your student to show school spirit as well as participate in a community event to support their peers. We are proud to announce that on April 28, nineteen amazing special education students will represent our school by participating in the Special Olympics School Day Games at Fitchburg State University! This is not only a wonderful accomplishment for them, but also something that they greatly look forward to all year.

We will be hosting our second annual Special Olympics Send-off on April 28 to encourage the team, show them that the whole school is behind them, and wish them luck with their big day! Last year’s Send-off was a huge hit with both the athletes and the students/faculty, and we are hoping to have an even bigger turnout this year. The Send-off is a surprise event for the athletes, and takes place before school at 7:15am in the NMS lobby. Students can be dropped off early for the event, and then stay for the school day. We know that this is early for all of us, which makes the athletes feel even more special to have your support!

Feel free to bring pom poms, posters, and more to cheer on the athletes as they walk down the “red carpet.” Also, don’t forget your NMS Spirit wear and/or red and white apparel. (We will also have first come, first serve Dunkin Donuts munchkins available for breakfast!)

We hope that this will be a fun, school-spirit fostering, and enjoyable event for all attendees. As always, your support is greatly appreciated.

Hope to see you there,

The NMS Student Council

It’s Spirit Week!


Multiples Monday, November 28   

Get a group together and wear the same outfit today!


Team Tuesday, November 29     

Wear the jersey of your favorite sports team today!


Wacky Wednesday, November 30

Wear crazy clothes today


Thursday, December 1 Red & White Day                                 

Obviously…Wear RED & White!


Fancy Friday, December 2

Dress nicely today!


Spirit Week!


Monday, June 6:  Mix-match Day

Tuesday, June 7: Tie Dye Day

Wednesday, June 8: Color War

Grade 8 -Blue

Grade 7 – Red

Grade 6 – Green

Grade 5 – Yellow

Thursday, June 9: Twin/Multiples Day

Friday, June 10: Fancy Friday

Student Council Update

student council

This year, the NMS Student Council is collecting donations for the PACH (Pepperell Aid from Community to Home).  We are encouraging students to donate items from the list below. We are going to incorporate these items in a challenge on our January STEAM Day and will then donate the items to PACH. (Items will not be harmed in the process!) Collection bins are located in each team area. The team who collects the most items will receive a special prize on STEAM DAY!


  • Canned meats, including tuna, salmon, ham, and chicken
  • Healthy cereals
  • Peanut butter and/or jelly
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Pasta, pasta sauce, and macaroni & cheese
  • Baked Beans, soups, chili, and canned stews
  • Spaghetti O’s and canned ravioli
  • Juice and juice boxes: preferably 100% fruit juice
  • Milk: shelf-ready, non-perishable
  • Children’s snacks
  • Cake and brownie mixes
  • Gluten-free, sugar-free, and low-sodium items for clients with special dietary needs

Personal Care Items

  • Diapers (especially larger sizes)
  • Depends & adult diapers or protective panties (especially larger sizes)
  • Shampoo, Soap, Toothpaste, and Toiletries
  • Toilet Paper, Paper Towels, Tissues

color warThe Student Council will also host a Color War on Wednesday, November 25.  Grade levels should wear the following colors:

Grade 5 – Brown

Grade 6 – Yellow

Grade 7 – Orange

Grade 8 – Red


Join Student Council!


If you are interested in being a representative for Student Council, now is your chance! 1-2 representatives from each homeroom will be chosen to attend a meeting biweekly (every other week) on Mondays. In order to join Student Council, you will need to write a 2 to 3 paragraph essay explaining why you are interested in joining Student Council. Essays should include:  what contributions you can make to the program, any new ideas that you would like the Student Council to take part in, and any experience you have with community service or student leadership (including prior years on Student Council).

 Student Council is an opportunity to become a leader in our school and to have your ideas heard! You can make a difference.

 Please turn in your essays on the Student Council Google Classroom (the code is bbhq4hi on classroom.google.com) by Monday Sept. 28. Our first meeting is tentatively scheduled for Monday October 5.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Robinson in Room 315. We can’t wait to hear your ideas!

Hat Day & Dance!

hatdayhumanesocietyThe Student Council is sponsoring a hat day this Friday. Student can pay $1 to wear a hat. Proceeds will go to the Nashua Humane Society.

Also, there are still many tickets available for the Community Center Dance this Friday for students in grades 6-8.  Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5.