Q: I’m new to Nashua, how do I learn about clubs and sports in middle school and high school?
A: Each of our middle schools and high schools offers many different after-school activities…from soccer to theater to crafts to robotics to yearbook.
 
If you are a middle school student, you could ask your classroom teacher about after-school activities, you could ask one of the main office secretaries, and
you could look for announcements on your school’s website or listen to the daily announcements each morning.  If you are interested in learning about sports teams, you could talk with your school’s athletic coordinator:
 
Elm Street Middle School  Mr. Lysik, 6th grade teacher
Fairgrounds Middle School Mr. Pinault, special education teacher
Pennichuck Middle School Coach Connolly, physical education teacher

If you are a Titan or Panther and interested joining an after-school activity or joining a group of students who plan after-school activities, you could talk with your school’s student activities coordinator, who is always looking for interested newcomers to Nashua:
 
Nashua High School North Ms. Kennedy, student activities coordinator
Nashua High School South Ms. Byers, student activities coordinator

If you would like to learn more about team sports, contact your school’s athletic office:
 
Nashua High School North
Ms. Gingras, Director of Athletics and Wellness
Mr. Mays, Athletic Coordinator
Ms. Burnett, Secretary
 
Nashua High School South
Ms. Gingras, Director of Athletics and Wellness
Mr. Mazarolle, Athletic Coordinator
Ms. Keene, Secretary                   
 
Q: Where do I find help with my homework?
A: Please let your teacher know that you need help because each teacher offers after-school help every week. 
 
Q: I’m a high school student, what do I have to do to be dismissed?
A: If you are a student at North, please call your academy and leave a message, or send in a letter or dismissal note signed by your parent(s) that includes:
  1. name of student
  2. time and date of dismissal
  3. reason for dismissal
 
Freshmen Academy (603) 589-6421
Sophomore Academy (603) 589-6422
Juniors and Seniors A-K Academy  (603) 589-6419
Juniors and Seniors L-Z Academy (603) 589-6420
Or call the North Main Office at (603) 589-6401

If you are a student at South, please call your academy and leave a message, or send in a letter or dismissal note signed by your parent(s) that includes:
  1. name of student
  2. time and date of dismissal
  3. reason for dismissal
 
Freshmen Academy  (603) 589-2708  
Upper Classmen A-F  (603) 589-2727
Upper Classmen G-M  (603) 589-2735
Upper Classmen N-Z  (603) 589-2711
Or call the South Main Office at (603) 589-4311
 
Q: What academy am I in at North/South?
A: If you are a student at North, you are assigned a single academy if you are a freshman or a sophomore, and one of two academies if an upper classman, alphabetized according to your last name.
 
If you are a student at South, you are assigned a single academy if you are a freshman and one of three academies if an upper classman, alphabetized according to your last name.
 
Q: How do I sign up for a parking pass?
A: Parking is limited at both North and South, and parking passes are limited.  Seniors have priority and juniors and sophomores have access only if spaces are available; freshmen are not granted parking passes.  To qualify, students must be in good standing. 
 
If you are a student at North, please contact your academy secretary about applying for a parking pass.
 
If you are a student at South, please contact Ms. Lahey, Academy Secretary, in room C-2002 about applying for a parking pass.
 
Q: How do I sign up for drivers ed?
A: Please contact Ms. Santos, Secretary, Office of Adult and Community Education, at (603) 589-6465 or (603) 589-6416.  Her office is located at North, across from the entrance to the auditorium.   Because of the high demand for limited class seats, Ms. Santos will give each interested senior, junior, or sophomore from North and South a lottery ticket.  If you are not available to pick up your lottery ticket at her office at North, tickets can be picked up also at South from 2 pm to 3 pm on Thursday, September 5, 2013 in room F-1004 (next to the cafeteria).
 
To be eligible for the fall 2015 drivers’ education class, you must be at least 16 years of age on or before October 25, 2015.  For more information about class eligibility, driving class and road instruction, and the lottery, please contact Ms. Santos.
 
Q: Who do I contact if I need a copy of my high school transcript?
A: The high school from which you graduated, Nashua High School North or Nashua High School South, retains your transcript.  Please send $3 per copy with completed form to the main office of your alma mater, either North or South.  Allow three to five business days for processing returned transcript.
 
If you are a member of the Class of 2004 or an earlier class and graduated from Nashua Senior High School, your transcript is kept at South.