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The School Committee continued its plan to get an early start on the capital portion of its FY19 budget by holding a meeting with Groton Selectmen similar to a previous meeting in Dunstable with their Selectmen and finance boards. A portion of the meeting was spent just getting everyone in the room...
Groton-Dunstable Regional School District will open its doors for the 2017-2018 school year on Wednesday, August 30, 2017, for students in grades 1-12. Kindergarten parents will receive a letter from their child’s school regarding the bus introduction program scheduled for Wednesday, August 30,...
Open your heart and home to an International Foreign Exchange Student for the fall semester or the academic school year. Exchange students are 15 to 18 and are from a wide variety of countries.  All speak English, are fully insured medically, bring their own spending money and would attend your...
Please join us on the following dates when the GDRHS student council will be washing cars! Donations welcome. Dates: July 29, August 12, August 19 from 10 am-2 pm Where: Prescott School, 145 Main Street
In a joint meeting with the Dunstable Board of Selectmen and Dunstable Advisory Board (i.e. finance committee), the Groton Dunstable School Committee kicked off their 2019 budget process. The meeting focused on funding the 2019 portion of the district’s capital plan. This year the School Committee...
The current School capital budget plan does not include the biggest item from the capital plan, replacement of Florence Roche School in Groton. Interim Superintendent Ryan applied to the state for project funding and the district is expecting to hear in the fall whether the state looks favorably on...
Groton Dunstable Regional School Committee member Marlena Gilbert met with the Groton Finance Committee on Tuesday night to update the group on the efforts of the School Committee to develop a five-year plan for the District’s capital and technology needs. Gilbert advised that the Committee has...
While freshmen entering Nashoba Valley Technical High School may choose the Veterinary Assisting program because of their love of dogs and cats, the instructors want to make sure the kids know that veterinary medicine goes beyond the everyday pet. The Veterinary Assisting program recently finished...
At the last full meeting before the summer break, Groton-Dunstable School Committee reviewed a handful of topics of general interest. During their session the committee received details of this year’s SPED reorganization from outgoing superintendent Ryan and Jill Greene, the district’s special...

As part of their Environmental Studies course work this past school year, students in Melanie McCracken’s Biology class have been working to save Blanding’s turtle hatchlings for reintegration into the wild. Here Emilie Schuler and Aleigha Hillberg measure and weigh hatchlings. Photo by Mary Metzger

Students at Groton Dunstable Regional High School released 13 Blanding’s turtles June 13 into the wetlands near the fields where they were found last autumn as hatchlings. The State-listed threatened turtles spent the school year in the Biology and Environmental Science classrooms, getting a leg...

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