Nashoba Regional high school library

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Welcome to YOUR library!

Our Mission:

To provide a safe nurturing library environment where students feel seen, safe and welcome so that they can learn to be effective ethical users of ideas, information, and technology - empowering the learning community to be empathic young adults, critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers and lifelong learners.

Ms. Landry, Librarian tlandry@nrsd.net

Miss Chaves, Library Assistant echaves@nrsd.net

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take Your library

wherever you are

If you live in Bolton, Lancaster or surrounding towns, this is your public library.

If you live in Stow, this is your public library

Digital books Audio and ebooks Instructions

Digital books available with your NRSD account. See Ms. Landry or Miss Chaves.

Boston Public Library

We have access to multiple databases and digital books.

Instructions

NEW ARRIVALS

Raybearer

by Jordan Ifueko

Wilder Girls

by Rory Power

Five Total Strangers

by Natalie D. Richards

Six Crimson Cranes

by Elizabeth Lim

Yearbook

by Seth Rogen

Find more new books in the library!

This month at the library

Drop by for information, activities, and more!

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrates Dr. King’s life and achievements as an influential American civil rights leader. The holiday is set on the Monday nearest his birthday.

Ways to Observe MLK Day

Learn MLK’s full history and narrative

  • Take the time to learn more about MLK in depth. Read his works as well as those of his family to learn more about this remarkable man and the stories as he told them.

Support the Black community and racial justice

  • Make Martin Luther King, Jr. Day more than just a day off. Take time to both understand and support civil rights and the issues facing communities of color.

Have a conversation

  • Creating dialogue and having discussions about racial injustice is important. Through conversation we educate each other, share experiences, and work to create a brighter future.

National Poverty in America Awareness Month

Support and raise awareness for nonprofits who are making a difference in the fight to end poverty.


"Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the action of human beings."

Nelson Mandela

Hours Monday- Friday 7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m

We are here for you! Need a book? Need help with a project? Need a break? Come to the library.