- “Moose Trot” Alan Charlonne Memorial 3.5-Mile Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run: While this is NOT a PTO or school sponsored event, this community event will benefit the Charlonne kids (current and former Naquag students) who lost their father to cancer in February. We hope to see many Naquag families at this event on Sunday, May 31st! Paper registration forms are available HERE.
You can view the current Naquag School Newsletter HERE
Curious to see what the Naquag students are creating in Mrs. Shephard’s Art class? You can check out her blog here: http://naquagart.blogspot.com/
Meet Wiser, our school mascot.
What are the origins of Wiser’s name? On December 22, 1686, a group of five Native Americans purchased a large parcel of land called Naquag. “Naquag” was a general name for the territory now comprising Rutland, Oakham, Hubbardston, Barre and parts of Princeton and Paxton. Possibly the same as Naiyag, meaning “an angle or corner,” and used by the Native Americans as a boundary. (Naig, ‘ point corner. ‘) One of the Native Americans who purchased the land was James Wiser, also known as Qualapunit.
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