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A parade of cars was organized last week by the parents of the Class of 2020 of GDRHS as a tribute to the class of 2020. About 120 cars took part, driven by students or parents. The 27-mile parade route wound through the towns of Groton and Dunstable. Due to the size of the towns, not every section...
The Class of 2020 of Groton-Dunstable Regional High School and their parents would like to thank the residents of Groton and Dunstable for the immense support shown during the May 29 parade. The students were amazed and touched to see so many people lining the 27- mile parade route holding signs...
by Robert Stewart   Finally, some good news for this year’s graduating class at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School! After schools closed on March 17 and remained closed for the rest of the year, many activities and traditions associated with the last year of high school and taking the...

The route of the G-D High School Graduation Parade, Friday, May 29, starting at 6pm.

Everybody! Cheer on the Groton Dunstable High School Class of 2020 as they drive through the streets of Groton and Dunstable on Friday, May 29, starting in Groton at 6:00 pm (students gather at 5:30) on what would be their graduation day. (See map of Route on the right.)      Stand outside...
by Robert Stewart   For the second consecutive year, the School Committee approved using the District’s Excess and Deficiency Fund to cover uncertainties on revenue projections and to keep assessments to Groton and Dunstable at manageable levels. The School Committee approved the use of $800,...
by Connie Sartini        In his budget update to the Select Board, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised that the town may have to operate with a 1/12th budget if the Dunstable Town Meeting is pushed out beyond June 30.      Groton Dunstable Regional School Committee Chairman Marlena Gilbert...
by Robert Stewart   As part of their ongoing effort to finish the school year with academic rigor, administrators in the school district recently conducted a survey of teachers, parents and students to determine how well remote learning is proceeding with each group. The survey was designed...
2020 Senior HS Graduation      The School Committee voted to postpone the original graduation date for the Senior Class of 2020 with a future date to be determined. There is an overwhelming consensus from the board to hold off on approving an alternative date in the hope that the gathering...
by Connie Sartini   Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board that plans are being finalized for replacing Florence Roche Elementary School and prepared for submission to the state. The plan is to construct a new two-story 110,000 square-foot building to be located on the site of the...

On a beautiful sunny Tuesday this week, members of the superintendent's office, faculty and staff at GDRHS gathered to honor this year's senior class by providing lawn signs for all the soon-to-be graduates of the Class of 2020 to display in front of their homes in order to be recognized during this very difficult time of remote learning during their senior spring. Included above are (back row) Mark Rocheleau, robotics teacher; Alex Norton, computer science teacher; (front row) Assistant Superintendent Katie Novak; Superintendent Laura Chesson; Matt Ricard, athletic director; Omar Connor, resource officer; and Jeannie Erickson, teacher and class advisor. Photo courtesy of Nancy Ohringer

 

by Nancy Ohringer   Through the generosity of the GDRSD Art and Athletic Boosters and the Community Children’s Fund, and organized by senior parent Kristen Cianci, lawn signs were distributed to members of the GDRHS Class of 2020 May 5 to display in front of their homes in order to be...

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