Nashoba Associated Boards of Health with local Boards of Health and area Veterinarians will hold a rabies vaccination clinic at Groton Fire Station, 45 Farmers Row, Sat., April 1 noon-1 p.m.
ArtsNashoba is presenting L.M. Montgomery’s beloved story of Anne Shirley, the young Canadian girl who finds a home in the small village of Avonlea.
GDRHS winter teams final standings: boys and girls basketball lead the pack with stellar seasons.
Friends of Nashoba Valley Technical High School are hosting their first annual Trivia Night and Scholarship Drive Friday, April 7, 7:30 p.m., at Westford VFW, 67 West Prescott St.
Fifth graders James Kolak of Groton (on the left) and Dylan Hart of Chelmsford. James experimented with applying different amounts of force to a wheel to determine the effect on the amount of torque in his project, “The Fulcrum of Our Society.” Dylan tested the effect that different amounts of baking soda had on the height and weight of cupcakes in his project, “Baking Baking Soda.”
Peter Bogosian of Groton, an eighth grader, presented his project “What Motivates People?” at Oak Meadow School’s recent Science Fair. Peter hypothesized that incentives produce greater effort and performance from children than disincentives. He tested his theory with a classroom of second graders playing a game. One group was offered a reward at the end if they did well. A second group had a reward taken away from them at the end if they did poorly. Peter determined that the effect of the incentive was more individual than global.
Oak Meadow School’s recent Science Fair projects ranged from torque to cupcakes to child psychology as students asked questions, posited theories, and tested them against evidence they collected.
The past year has seen about as many dogs and cats pass through Nashoba Valley Technical High School as students. Angell @ Nashoba Veterinary Clinic opened Feb.
Friends of Prescott invite you to one of the first opportunities to meet Selectmen candidates Anna Eliot, Brooks Lyman, Alison Manugian and Becky Pine, Wednesday, March 29, 7pm, as they discuss the
Join friends at Groton Grange #7 Saturday, April 22, 9-4 and Sunday, April 23, 12-4 to celebrate Earth Day with our Annual Town Wide Litter Cleanup (TLC) and Bike drive.