Our group SAT classes fully prepare students for all sections of the SAT test, instilling a comprehensive understanding of all SAT test content. Our experienced and highly-trained tutors have a proven track record of raising their students’ scores through intensive instruction, homework assigned and reviewed each session, and practice tests given at regular intervals. Students will learn how they can make the most of their time, and answer the questions with a deeper understanding of how the test is constructed.
12 Sessions, 90 minutes, 5-10 students $35/hour per student$630.00 per student
Recommend for students testing in the spring.
For students testing this fall; four 2.5 hour sessions. $350 with Boston Tutoring Services.
Classes will be held at the Tyngsborough Recreation Center 120 Westford Road,
9:30 - Noon four Saturdays in September: the 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th.
This course prepares students in time for the October 7th test.
Nashoba Youth Hockey is a recreational youth hockey program with over 300 members throughout all levels of the program. Our members are from Westford, Littleton and Tyngsborough, Massachusetts, as well as nearby towns. Drawing members from our local geographic area is the traditional model of organizing recreational hockey in Massachusetts.
NYHA has travel teams at the Mite, Squirt, PeeWee, Bantam and Midget levels as well as Girls-only teams for various age levels. Our Learn-to-Skate and Learn-to-Play-Hockey programs are offered in the fall and in the winter.
NYHA teams participate in the Valley Hockey League and the Bay State Girls Hockey League. All are welcome, please register at Nashobahockey.org.
-Participants must obtain a USA Hockey Registration Number for insurance purposes. (USAHockey.com).
-Learn to play hockey requires full equipment, we may have equipment to loan, just ask.
Hang-tag passes are available at the Town Hall free of charge to residents. You may pick one up any day during Town Hall hours.
It’s a high-intensity, full-body, 45-minute workout that combines interval training, squats, lunges, plyometrics, and pilates with drumming — lots of drumming — with sticks that are heavier than average drumsticks.
Come join the class! Fall session begins
Tuesday, September 12th at 6:30PM Recreation Center
Yoga mat required.
The Great Pumpkin Walk, Night of Lights
BICENTENNIAL Field Complex, T.E.S
Saturday, October 28th
(immediately following PTO Trunk or Treat)
*Display your carved jack-o-lantern
RAFFLE PRIZE 1 ticket given for each carved jack-o-lantern, the more you bring the more chances to WIN A DELUXE PIZZA PARTY FOR 10 AT ROLLER KINGDOM (skate time, skates, pizza, drink, 25 prize tickets per child $160 value)
Be included in the costume parade at 5:45
Follow the glowing path of pumpkins
Complimentary treats served
Costumed spectators encouraged.
Movie shown outside “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown"
*Carve your jack-o-lanterns at home and drop them off at the field 1:00- 4:00pm to be included in the display. Pumpkins can be retrieved from the field at 8:00 PM or by Sunday, Oct. 29 (please leave them until 8pm 10/28 for all to enjoy).
Scout Troops, Organizations, Clubs and Businesses encouraged to participate. Note:(TPRC is not Responsible for Pumpkins left @ the field)
Men's Pick-up Basketball League (Ages 18-55+): $10/night at court or $80 for the season
Calling all frequent and casual basketball players. Several games are played on the short court of the high school each week and teams vary depending on attendance. Currently scheduled for Tuesday nights starting October 3, 2017 through the end of winter, 2018 at THS from 8-10pm. Contact Joe with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lego Civics Project:
City Builder (Grades 2-5)
Students work to create their own Lego city while meeting as a city council to govern their town. As they build, they must make challenging budgeting decisions, prioritizing between the construction of key city buildings as they weigh costs and consider designs. The class learns about democratic elections as students prepare to run for mayor or help manage a friend's campaign. Candidates take positions on campaign issues as the city holds a mayoral debate! Meanwhile, students study how laws are made and work together to create their own city constitution. As the city takes form, students learn about the symbols on national and state flags and create their own city flag. A fun and engaging way to learn about civics!
The Lego Civics Project: The Green City (Grades 2-5)
As students create a model Lego city, the focus is on the environment. The class learns about electrical grids, recycling, trash collection, water and air pollution. Students meet as a city council to debate environmental laws and the effect of endangered species laws, pollution regulations, automobiles and nature preserves on both ecology and the economy. Students will debate whether the benefit of having the convenience of cars offsets the pollution they cause. They contemplate scenarios as a City Council such as an issue arising when a company that wants to move into town to produce furniture wishes to locate in the same area as endangered arctic foxes. The Council must decide what to do! Students must also weigh the effects of coal, oil, natural gas and green power as they decide how to power their city. A fun and engaging way to learn about the environment!
The Lego Civics Project: Taking Care of Business (Grades 2-5)
In this class, students create the downtown Main Street of a Lego City as each student constructs a business of their own design. They learn about profits, budgets, taxes, insurance and marketing as students design their own company and storefront. They must create their own marketing campaign and advertise to the other members of the city. They learn about fire, flood and disaster insurance and must decide whether it is worth spending on insurance for their own business. The business owners also meet as a city council and debate issues that could affect the city's business environment from parking meters to taxes to health care for workers to environmental regulations. Students must balance the interests of their businesses with the greater good of their city. A fun and engaging way to learn about economics!