As part of Freshman Orientation at Nashoba Tech, freshmen had to work
with Kick-Off Mentors to perform a dance routine in the Performing
Arts Center, and these freshmen really got into it, showing their
moves. From left are Joseph Schena of Chelmsford, Henry St. Amand of
Chelmsford and Elio Sgrosso of Pepperell.

Nashoba Tech Welcomes 186 Freshmen

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Nashoba Valley Technical High School welcomed 186 freshmen
to the school recently, with a two-day orientation led by Kick-Off
Mentors, or KOMs.

As part of Freshman Orientation at Nashoba Tech, freshmen had to work with Kick-Off Mentors to perform a dance routine in the Performing Arts Center, and these freshmen really got into it, showing their moves. From left are Joseph Schena of Chelmsford, Henry St. Amand of Chelmsford and Elio Sgrosso of Pepperell.

As part of Freshman Orientation at Nashoba Tech, freshmen had to work
with Kick-Off Mentors to perform a dance routine in the Performing
Arts Center, and these freshmen really got into it, showing their
moves. From left are Joseph Schena of Chelmsford, Henry St. Amand of
Chelmsford and Elio Sgrosso of Pepperell.

KOMs are juniors who are trained to coordinate and run orientation,
and to act as mentors to the freshmen throughout the school year,
helping them to acclimate themselves to the school, and being
available at all times to assist and answer questions.
Students are chosen to be KOMs by staff at the end of their sophomore year.
Westford resident Annika Stratemeyer  is a KOM for the Class of 2019.