South students plant tree in memory of late teacher

Staff photo by LORETTA JACKSON The late Colleen Darwish, a beloved health sciences teacher at Nashua High School South who died in January, was honored at a tree planting witnessed by her husband, Harry, left, her son, Joshua, second from left, her mom, Carol McMahon, third from left, and her daughter, Meaghan, who joined a group of seniors who planted a Japanese maple tree in her honor on June 16.

NASHUA – Stephanie Wilder, a senior at Nashua High School South, not long ago thought to plant a tree on the school grounds to honor the memory of her teacher Colleen Darwish.

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