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School Committee Begins Process to Determine How Schools Will Handle Learning Under COVID-19 Restrictions; School Committee to Decide by July 31 by Robert Stewart        A lot is at stake as the School Committee enters its third week of a nine week process to determine how the school...
The following letter was submitted by Ryan McLane, Dunstable representaive to the Groton-Dunstable School Committee and Vice Chair, discussing his views on Dunstable’s decsion to forgo an override to meet the full School District budget.   To My Fellow School Committee Peers,      I am...
Schools Will Go On 1/12 Budget July 1      The Groton Dunstable Regional School District will begin the new fiscal year without a budget and will operate the schools on what is called a 1/12 budget starting July 1. A 1/12 budget allows a municipality or school district to operate temporarily if...
by Robert Stewart   Efforts to accommodate Dunstable’s financial situation will lower town assessments and keep proposed Fiscal 2021 budget increase to less than three percent.        The School Committee is likely to approve a reduction in their proposed fiscal 2021 budget that will...
On Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7, every hour on the hour, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., graduates from each of Nashoba Tech’s 20 technical programs were treated to a 30-minute ceremony at the front of the school, with their family and friends able to attend. Phoenix Dumas (bottom photo) of Groton...

Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

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,...

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