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On Sunday, May 5 School Resource Office Omar Connor  participated in the H.O.P.E. (Hub of Opioid Prevention & Education) event sponsored by the Groton-Pepperell Rotary in association with NM Cares at Pepperell Town Field. The event featured a Knock-out Basketball competition, food trucks, live...
Groton Police Chief Michael Luth announced that on, Monday, May 6, 2019. Lawrence Academy presented the Groton Police Department with a very generous check in the amount of $2,600 for its K-9 fund.  Chief Luth wrote, “Upon hearing that our beloved K-9 Lola lost her battle with cancer, the Lawrence...
The food at The Elegant Chef, the in-school restaurant at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, has never been an issue. The restaurant is considered one of Westford’s culinary gems; the students and staff, in the Culinary Arts and Hospitality programs, have won a myriad of awards at local and...
by Robert Stewart,     The School Committee reached an agreement with the union representing cafeteria workers that will retain all current cafeteria workers but outsource the management of cafeteria operations. The agreement also extends the contract between cafeteria workers and the school...
by Robert Stewart,      The Search Committee to find a new Business and Finance Director for the School District has chosen a candidate from the Lincoln-Sudbury School District for the School Committee to consider. The Search Committee picked Sherry Kersey who is currently the Director of Finance...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School will host its annual Career Night and Open House Wednesday, May 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. Career Night is a chance for incoming and prospective eighth-graders and their families, as well as ninth and tenth grade transfer students and recent high-school postgraduates...

School Resource Officer Omar Connor, seven-year veteran of the Groton Police Department, having grown up in Townsend, brings secure confidence, compassion and authority leavened with a great sense of humor to his role at the High School. Photo by Russell Harris

by Russell Harris,       Groton is no stranger to the opioid and drug addiction problem that has swept across the nation like a ravaging fire. There have been several cases of young people raised in Groton dying from opioid overdoses; most deaths taking place after these young people moved onto...
Abigail Cronin of Groton has been selected as a March Student of the Month at Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Abigail, daughter of Peter and Gina Cronin, is a junior in the Marketing program and is quite active in the Nashoba Tech community. She is a high-honors student and has been inducted...

June Min, Melody Park '19, "War: To Steal and Be Stolen."

Several students from Groton-Dunstable Regional High School have been recognized for their achievements in the visual arts, and their work has been selected and displayed in various competitions and exhibitions throughout the year. Most recently, Jun Min “Melody” Park ‘19 received a National Silver...

School cafeteria union members ask for support from the public.

by Robert Stewart     After a week of mounting tension between unionized cafeteria workers in the School District and the School Committee, an agreement could be reached that may satisfy the objectives of both the Union and the School District. After some negotiation between the School District and...

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