• We believe that diversity in all its forms enriches our community of learning.

    We believe all students can learn, but not at the same rate or in the same way.

    We believe that care is what sustains us in our common pursuits, care for our own and others’ uniqueness, consideration for one another’s feelings,
    and concern for those who need our help and understanding.

Assistant Superintendent

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Nancy Milligan

Nancy Milligan has worked in education for over two decades as an early childhood educator, reading specialist, Director of Curriculum and the past six years as the Assistant Superintendent of the NMRSD. Nancy has also taught at the collegiate level for Northeast Consortium, Merrimack College, and UMass-Boston for both undergrad and graduate students.

Nancy's philosophy of education focuses on ensuring each generation of students is provided the skills and strategies to be resilient, resourceful, and happy which enables them to be productive and contributing members of our society.  She believes this vision can only be accomplished through classrooms that challenge our students, administrators who are instructional leaders, and a mindset that supports this mission from all stakeholders.

Humanities Coordinator

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Lisa Comeau

Lisa Comeau has worked in the North Middlesex Regional School District for 20 years as both a sixth-grade teacher and, most recently, a fourth-grade teacher.  In addition, Lisa has held several leadership roles in the district, including ELA and Mathematics Teacher Leader, Communications Team Lead, and Professional Development Facilitator for K-4 summer work.  Lisa holds a Master's degree in Elementary Education from Fitchburg State University.

Lisa believes that learning and achievement can flourish when both students and teachers are engaged in work that is challenging, meaningful, and adventurous.  Lisa’s vision of education includes classrooms where teachers can fulfill their greatest aspirations, and students can achieve more than they think possible, becoming productive and contributing members of society while building a better world.

STEM Coordinator

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Kevin Cormier

Kevin Cormier taught math at Nissitissit Middle School in Pepperell for 15 years and has transitioned to become the STEM Director for NMRSD.  Kevin has a Master's degree in Curriculum and Teaching from Fitchburg State University and a Doctorate in Math and Science Education from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In addition, Kevin has served in the Teach Plus Policy Fellowship and as a member of CURATE, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's curriculum review panel.
 
Kevin's commitment to students begins with ensuring that they have access to a broad array of educational opportunities which will best serve their future selves.  This comes from constantly evaluating and adjusting both the curriculum offered to students and demonstrating their knowledge and abilities.  The ultimate goal is to help students find that connection between their learning and its application to find their paths to success.