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What does NVTHS stand for?

NVTHS stands for Nashoba Valley Technical High School (Westford, MA)

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The schools and amounts are: Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School in Fitchburg: $248,275; Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School in Upton: $99,984; Worcester Technical High School: $99,983; Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford: $96,665; Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School in Marlboro: $90,284; North High School in Worcester: $64,995; and Quaboag Regional Middle-High School in Warren: $7,439.
Robinson Middle School, Lowell * Nashoba Valley Technical High School, Westford * Ahern Middle School, Foxborough * Whelan Elementary School, Revere * Garfield Middle School, Revere * Bedford High School, Bedford * Salemwood School, Malden * Egremont Elementary School, Pittsfield * Stem Middle Academy, Springfield * High School of Science and Technology, Springfield * Letourneau Elementary School, Fall River * Abigail Adams Middle School, Weymouth * Keith Middle School, New Bedford * Douglas High School, Douglas * Intermediate Elementary School, Douglas * Worcester Public Schools "20 in 20" is a component of iRobot's SPARK initiative, which is dedicated to fostering elementary, middle, high school and college students' interest in STEM subjects.
He was elected to the Westford School Committee and appointed to the planning committee for the development of Nashoba Valley Technical High School, later serving as the school's Westford representative on that School Committee.
She spent her adolescence in Westford and graduated from Nashoba Valley Technical High School in 1984.
She spent her adolescence in Westford and graduated from Nashoba Valley Technical High School in 1984.
for students at North Middlesex, Lunenburg and Nashoba Valley Technical high schools.
He was also a Clerk of The Works for several municipal projects including Grafton High School, Blackstone Valley Vocational High School in Upton, Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Littleton and Montachusett Technical Vocational High School where he then became plant manager working until his retirement.