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What does NCCES stand for?

NCCES stands for North Central Charter Essential School (Fitchburg, MA)

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Byline: Bill Doyle FITCHBURG - North Central Charter Essential School coach Kyle Gillis stopped basketball practice Tuesday so a photographer could film Roman Sweeney shooting 3-pointers.
United Way Youth Venture, a program with more than 1,000 youth creating positive change through youth-led initiatives, awarded $1,000 scholarships to Mike Sushchyk of Parker Charter Essential School in Devens, Antonia Calcaterra of North Central Charter Essential School in Fitchburg and Richard Miegs of Leominster High School for outstanding participation in the program.
COLUMN: IN OUR OPINION Fitchburg's North Central Charter Essential School won a victory Wednesday when the state Board of Education voted to renew the school's charter.
FITCHBURG - North Central Charter Essential School held graduation exercises last night at Fitchburg State University.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Boys varsity soccer, Grades 9-12, captain, Grade 12; boys varsity basketball, Grade 11; town team baseball, captain and starting pitcher, Grades 9 and 10; Drama Club, Grades 9 and 10; Outing Club, overnight summer and winter hikes, Grades 9 and 10; contra dancing, Grades 11 and 12; North Central Charter Essential School board of trustees, Grades 9-11; Ashby Free Public Library volunteer, Grade 9; tutored students at Mountain Shadows School, Grades 9 and 10; Willard Brook State Forest ice storm cleanup, Grade 9; internship at Nashua River Watershed Association, Grade 11.
This time, officials in Fitchburg are lamenting the fact that the North Central Charter Essential School is looking to increase its enrollment by filling 50 open seats, a move they view as a potential loss of $250,000 in state money at a time when the district faces a $5.