Nipmuc Girls Varsity Soccer complete their checklist and bring home the Div 3 State Championship Title

Headline courtesy of Joyce Esker! Nipmuc Girls Varsity Soccer team - Division 3 State Champions photo by Joyce Esker Last night the Nipmuc Girls Varsity Soccer team took on Lynnfield and won it all 5-0 with Gabby Carreiro & Kiley Larocque leading the way for the Division 3 state title, the teams first title since 2006. Stephanie Esker, Kiley Larocque, Madison Neary, and  Gabby Carreiro (2) all scored to complete the 5-0 win. Since I am not a sports writer below are links with … [Read more...]

Significant change for Mendon Upton iPad Program

The Mendon Upton School Committee voted Monday night to change its iPad policy after the ACLU of Massachusetts filed a formal complaint on August 15. The complaint alleged the district's iPad policy discriminated against students who opted  for the  "school use only" plan because they could not take their iPads home, while students who purchased, leased, or received an iPad through the free and reduced lunch program could take home their iPads. District Superintendent Dr. Maruszczak said … [Read more...]

A message from Nipmuc Principal John Clements regarding today’s evacuation

At approximately 11:00 this morning our building's fire alarm system went off and all students and staff were safely evacuated.  After a short period outdoors, the Upton Fire Department determined that students could safely wait in the school's gymnasium while the issue was resolved.  The Upton Fire Department then discovered the problem was a faulty electrical component to an air handler in our ventilation system on the third floor of the blue wing.  Both the fire department and the town's … [Read more...]

Nipmuc Volleyball Team Donates “Dig Pink” Event Collection to BVT

On October 4, 2013 the Nipmuc girls volleyball varsity and jv teams held their annual "Dig Pink" event; raising funds for breast cancer awareness and research. Before the first serve was made each Nipmuc player handed a special lady a pink ball. The ball represented good health and was a reminder for women to schedule mammograms and perform monthly breast exams. The girls raised $317 at the event. Prior to the game, the Nipmuc girls were told Coach Barbara King, who coaches the  BVT girls … [Read more...]

Thank You for Sharing ‘Shoot for the Cure’ – a Nipmuc DECA Charity Event

I would like to take a moment to thank everyone who has shared the press release Shoot for a Cure – Nipmuc DECA Students to Hold Girls Basketball AAU Tournament Raising Funds for Cancer – October 19 & 20. I would especially like to thank my fellow bloggers and online resources who retweeted, tweeted, posted, and shared the release with their readers/followers.  THANK YOU. The Grafton Villager Milford Patch Greater Grafton Jenn Lord Paluzzi of Lowell Sun Mike Gleason @ … [Read more...]

What We Leave Behind -by Madeleine Laplante-Dube

submitted by Madeleine Laplante-Dube, to read more from Madeleine visit her blog "Still Breathing" What We Leave Behind I guess when I think of Upton, my mind sort of wraps itself around the idea of it like a child would wrap his arms around a teddy bear. It's always been something soft to fall back on, a simple, fuzzy comfort that I never quite put into storage. I'm not saying it's perfect - I think it could use some mental expansion in some departments, like any … [Read more...]

Nipmuc Prom

At 5 p.m. on Friday Nipmuc Principal, John Clements, took to the stage to kick off Promenade. First he thanked all the volunteers and sponsors who made After Prom possible. Every year a group of volunteers work together to transform the school in to another world; they keep the theme a secret from the students and apparently Mr. Clements.  Mr. Clements was proud to announce Nipmuc High School was one of the first schools to host an After Prom Party to keep our students safe and has kept the … [Read more...]