WESTFORD -- The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank and Nashoba Valley Technical High School held a grand opening Monday, April 7, for the drive-up ATM at the school, the first of its kind at any school in Massachusetts.

Located at the end of the school's front driveway, at 100 Littleton Road, Westford, the ATM is available for use by the public.

The Lowell Five has had a branch at Nashoba Tech, in conjunction with the school's Banking/Marketing/Retail program, since September 2012.

Shown in the photo, from left, are School Committee Vice Chairman Al Buckley of Pepperell; School Committee Secretary Samuel Poulten of Chelmsford; School Committee member Donald Ayer of Chelmsford; sophomore Samantha Johnson of Ayer; James A Hall, Esq., Lowell Five trustee; Amy N. Werner, executive vice president of retail banking for Lowell Five; David E. Wallace, president and CEO of Lowell Five; Nashoba Tech Superintendent Judith Klimkiewicz; Melanie St. Croix, senior vice president of retail development for Lowell Five; Kelli Eliopoulos, supervisor of the school bank branch; Banking/Marketing/Retail instructor Sarah Ricard; sophomore Aislin Boyden of Townsend; senior Dana Hopf of Shirley; sophomore Julia Masson of Westford; and sophomore Brian Peters of Shirley.