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11 AUTO REPAIR STUDENTS PASS NATIONAL CERTIFICATION STANDARDS
Posted on 06/25/2018
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From left are Principal Matthew Ricard and Automotive Technology students who passed one or more of the four core components of NA3SA, Jared Michaud (Chelmsford), Daniel Abercrombie (Pepperell), Chad Miner (Pepperell), Sean Daly (Chelmsford), Tyler Richard (Pepperell), Daniel Lombardy (Littleton) and Adrian Brogan (Littleton).

Eleven students in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Tech this spring passed one or more of the four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment, or NA3SA, necessary to become auto-repair professionals.

The four core components are suspension and steering; brakes; electrical/electronic systems; and engine performance.

The students are:

• Daniel Abercrombie (2018 graduate, Pepperell).

• Jonathan Baldwin (junior, Townsend).

• Adrian Brogan (post-graduate, Littleton).

• Sean Daly (2018 graduate, Chelmsford).

• Thomas Doty (junior, Ayer).

• Andrew Dunklee (post-graduate, Townsend).

• Daniel Lombardy (post-graduate, Littleton).

• Jared Michaud (2018 graduate, Chelmsford).

• Chad Miner (2018 graduate, Pepperell).

• Tyler Richard (2018 graduate, Pepperell).

• Mason Wyld (2018 graduate, Pepperell).