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On Saturday Oct 19, 15 of the remaining 24 classmates from the Groton High School class of 1957 gathered for an 80th birthday celebration hosted by Dave and Patty Woods. Nancy (Livingston) Nichols and James Hallet attended the party but are not included in this photo.      Left to right, Front...
by Robert Stewart   In recent reports prepared by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District spends a greater proportion of its revenue on employee benefits in comparison to similar school districts. The comparison data is...
On two crisp and sunny fall mornings at the beginning of October, seventh graders from Groton-Dunstable Middle School toured the gardens at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston. The science students are currently studying ways in which plant structures increase the rate of reproduction for the...
by Robert Stewart   The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) and the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District have chosen a company to conduct the design phase of the Florence Roche Building Project. Studio G Architects of Jamaica Plain was picked after interviews were held with...
On September 21, 2019, the International Day of Peace, the Big Book: Pages for Peace Exhibit opened to the public at the Prescott School Community Center in downtown Groton. The exhibit has a big goal: to share its profound messages of peace and hope and encourage all of our visitors to think...
• Swallow Union School Recognized       School Committee Chair Marlena Gilbert noted in her monthly newsletter that the Swallow Union School in Dunstable has been recognized by the state as a “School of Recognition.” This distinction was given by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and...
The Big Book: Pages for Peace, the largest book in the world dedicated to the topic of peace, is on exhibit every week at the Prescott School Community Center in downtown Groton, Tuesday – Friday, 2:00 -5:00 pm and Saturdays, 10 am-1:00 pm. The exhibit will also be open by reservation for both...

Eva Correia, a senior from Groton, gets in some practice at Cosmo Cuts, the in-school hair and nails salon at Nashoba Tech. Cosmo Cuts has re- opened, and the public is welcome.

 

Need a perm? Hair getting too long? Nails in rough shape? Head to Cosmo Cuts, the in-school salon at Nashoba Valley Technical High School.      Cosmo Cuts offers shampoos, cuts, conditioning treatments, hair colors, perms, manicures, facials, makeup applications and much more at prices far...
We are delighted to see that our relocation article has made it into the Herald!      However, it is discouraging that the headline is wrong. We have relocated FROM 110 Boston Road TO 14 Main Street in Groton for the 2019-2020 school year. If there is some way to inform our community with a...
The Groton-Dunstable middle school art department is celebrating both the International Day of Peace and the 4th Annual Betsy Sawyer Day (Sept. 21st). To honor this special day, every student made at least one pinwheel with symbolic messages about PEACE. As symbolism goes, we felt it important...

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