Students use overrides to take desired courses


Overrides, a common way for students to circumvent teacher recommendations for upcoming coursework at Nashoba Regional High School, are due by March 22, according to principal Parry Graham. Historically, the high school's academic department heads, who are in charge of approving the overrides, have approved a “fair number” of student requests for overrides, Graham noted in a recent news announcement to parents.

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