At the Disabilities Understood assembly at Nashoba Brooks School on December 4, 2013, John Sharon shared his reflections on living with a physical disability in the “world of same.” Students… Read More
On Tuesday, November 26, Nashoba Brooks School built school spirit and community while raising awareness about the thousands of children who do not have bedtime essentials in the shelters where… Read More
To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, Lacina Onco, a member of the Shinnecock and Kiowa tribes, visited Nashoba Brooks on November 20, 2013, to share her identity and cultural practices with us.
Many novels portray the Salem witch trial accusers involved as vindictive, but grade 7 learned that those interpretations may not be the most accurate. Grade 7 read the novel A… Read More
In what has become one of the most beloved traditions at Nashoba Brooks School, our kindergartners experienced “Night Magic” on October 29, 2013. The night was the culmination of a cross-curricular… Read More