From left, Advanced Manufacturing instructor Brian Fillion chats with John Trubiano and his daughter, Marissa, of Groton, and David Woodle, Annette Woodle and David Jr., 13, also of Groton, at Nashoba Tech’s recent Open House.
Deanna Lunardo, a junior from Shirley, chats with Sophie Cutrone, center, and her mother, Laureen Cutrone, of Townsend as they visit the Cosmetology program at Nashoba Tech’s recent Open House. Sophie liked what she saw and said she is interested in attending Nashoba Tech next year.
From left, Steve Coupal, his mother, Claire Coupal, and sister, Julie Coupal, 14, all of Littleton, and Fait Sirvio, 13, of Maynard chat with Biotechnology instructor Crystal Auger at Nashoba Tech’s recent Open House. Steve is a 2013 graduate of Nashoba Tech’s Engineering Technology program and is a student studying engineering at Mass. Maritime. Julie is considering following in her big brother’s footsteps and enrolling at Nashoba Tech next year.
Pam O’Meara and her daughter, Sarah O’Meara, of Chelmsford check out one of the brand-new pieces of machinery in the Advanced Manufacturing program at Nashoba Tech’s recent Open House. Sarah is a seventh-grader at Parker Middle School, and her mother brought her to Open House so she could see what Nashoba Tech has to offer when it comes time to choose a high school.
WESTFORD — Hundreds of middle-school students and parents and interested residents from Nashoba Tech's district visited the campus for the school’s recent annual Open House.
The event was tailored to seventh- and eighth-graders in the school’s district and their parents, but community members were also welcome to come in and see what Nashoba Tech has to offer. There were guided tours and opportunities to meet with academic teachers and technical instructors.
The Open House gave Nashoba Tech a chance to show off its most recent technical offerings — Advanced Manufacturing, Biotechnology and Veterinary Assisting. Also on display were Nashoba Tech’s 17 other technical programs, including Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing; Automotive Technology; Banking, Marketing & Retail; Carpentry/Cabinet Making; Cosmetology; Culinary Arts; Dental Assisting; Design & Visual Communications; Early Childhood Education; Electrical Technology; Electronics/Robotics and Engineering Technology (which form the school’s innovative Engineering Academy); Health Assisting; Hotel & Restaurant Management; Plumbing & Heating; Programming & Web Development; and TV & Media Production/Theatre Arts.
Registration is open now for the 2017-2018 school year. Nashoba Tech is at 100 Littleton Road (Route 110), Westford. For more information about Open House, call 978-692-4711 or visit www.nashobatech.net.