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Members of Groton-Dunstable's FIRST Robotics team, known as the Robotomies Team 1277, packing up the demo robot to bring to the Florence Roach Elementary School Science Showcase on April 7.     The team just completed their second of two competitions at Bryant University in Rhode Island (the first...

Expressing the joy of playing on a great all-season, multi-purpose sports surface.

As the green of spring slowly emerges, some town residents and GD alumni will be seeing brick red as part of GDatPlay’s Spring Brick Benefit and second annual GD Alumni and Friends Spring Mixer.    The brick benefit is a key part of the non-profit group’s final push to raise enough private funding...

DI Team at States Competition with team trophy. Pictured left to Rlright Tayja Sinclair Adams, Meredith Hill, Prachi Hemmige, Alyssa Peeters, Anna Kubick, Nithila Krishnakumar and Amelia Luening. Photo by Team Parent

For the second year in a row, Destination Imagination® (DI) teams from Groton-Dunstable have earned the chance to compete in the DI Global Finals tournament in Knoxville, TN in May. Meet the Seven Singing Smart Sweet Silly Sassy Supergirls (aka the Seven S’s), Alyssa Peeters, Amelia Leuning, Anna...

Groton-Dunstable High School students take a break to pose with the native children they befriended in front of the house they were building in Casares, Nicaragua. From left to right, back row: Erin Scanlon, Sam Boudreau, Lexie Ferraro, Jackie Forbes, Connor Estes, Kyle Battles. Front row: Kellie Johnson, Anna Bushnell and Jackson Graham. Photo by Bill Estes

Instead of using their February Break as a time to relax and focus on themselves, a group of Groton-Dunstable High School students traveled to Nicaragua with chaperones, Bill Estes and Paul Ferraro, to build a home for an elderly woman in the small, rural town of Casares. Although the trip is not...
One of William Shakespeare’s most compelling tragedies, Julius Caesar examines deeply intense relationships as a struggle for power breaks everyone down. Under the direction of Micheal Hoffman, GD Players have chosen to set their version in the 1930s, making the war for power between mobsters...
Groton Dunstable Regional School District will have Preschool Screenings for 3 and 4 year olds Tuesday, April 10th and Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 Boutwell Early Childhood Center 78 Hollis Street, Groton 978-448-2297 This screening is only for parents who have concerns about their child’s...

-Photo by Nicole Bozkurt 

Groton-Dunstable High School students stood in silence for 17 minutes last Thursday, March 15 as they took part in a nationwide rally to reflect on the recent school shooting that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. There was an overwhelming sense of sorrow...
*/   At the recent Groton Dunstable School Committee meeting school resource officer Rachel Mead, accompanied by Groton Police Chief Palma,  attended to update the committee on district safety plans.  The presentation covered school safety as well as Mead’s other responsibilities, mostly drug...

One of Haley Ashburn's Design and Illustration Silver Key Award winner, "Just Keep Swimming."

Congratulations to the GDRHS students recognized at the 2017/ 2018 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.  If you get a chance please check out some of the student work at http://gdrsd.org/gdrhs/2018/03/15/congratulations-20172018-scholastic-ar... [For a taste of the GDRSD faculty's artistic works, don...
Groton Dunstable Regional School District will have Preschool Screenings for 3 and 4 year olds Tuesday, April 10th and Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 Boutwell Early Childhood Center 78 Hollis Street, Groton 978-448-2297 This screening is only for parents who have concerns about their child’s...

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