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Each year the eighth grade dedicates a week of touring and educational activities in Washington, DC. Four busloads of Groton-Dunstable Middle School 8th graders who visited DC in early June.            This year’s highlights included a tour of Mount Vernon, a US Army military tattoo at Fort Myer,...
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is announcing the sixth annual statewide high school video contest, Safe Streets Smart Trips. The contest serves as an initiative within the Massachusetts Strategic Highway Safety Plan to promote and educate the public about safe walking,...
Students celebrate a lighter moment at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC., after a solemn ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery where they laid a wreath from their school at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Students were chosen for the honor based upon the quality of their application...
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is announcing the sixth annual statewide high school video contest, Safe Streets Smart Trips. The contest serves as an initiative within the Massachusetts Strategic Highway Safety Plan to promote and educate the public about safe walking,...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School Class of 2019 — 165 strong — bid a fond farewell to their home away from home for the last four years during a bright and sunny graduation ceremony Saturday morning, June 1. Commencement speaker U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan, told the graduates that they had already “...

Taryn Emerle, alto, and Matthew Suchecki, tenor

Three students from Groton Dunstable Regional High School auditioned for and were accepted into the 2019 Massachusetts All-state Music Conference. Max Wheeler (Bottom) played clarinet in the concert band, Taryn Emerle (Alto) and Matthew Suchecki (Tenor) (top) sang in the chorus. The 3-day festival...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School Class of 2019 — 165 strong — bid a fond farewell to their home away from home for the last four years during a bright and sunny graduation ceremony on Saturday morning, June 1. Commencement speaker U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan, told the graduates that they had already...
Groton School held its commencement, known as Prize Day, on Sunday, June 2, 2019. Graduates included these residents from Groton:  Aaron Jin, Lily Delaney, Sarah Conner, Patrick Ryan, Walker Davey, Finn Lynch, Jaden Cheek, and Ishana Das. */

"I Have Been Changed for Good." Graduating Senior Naomi Young celebrates the power of education. Photo by Nancy Ohringer.

"I Have Been Changed For Good." Groton-Dunstable 2019 graduate Naomi Young chose a song title from the Broadway show "Wicked" to send out thanks and gratitude on her mortar board at graduation. Naomi had lead roles in class plays during her time at GDRHS and so, it is perhaps, no surprise that she...
by Robert Stewart      School District Superintendent Laura Chesson received high marks from the School Committee for her performance during the previous year. Chesson, who is in her second year as the Superintendent of the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District, received an overall rating of “...

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