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Applewild School’s Parents Association has a long-standing tradition of giving back to the local community.  Each year, the Parents Association solicits nominations of local non-profits from their parents to consider giving grants to support charities. After nominations are sought from the larger...

Battle-Tested & Moving Fast 4-ward: Count ‘em: Happy, Once; Happy, Twice; Happy, Thrice;  HAPPIEST Graduation! 2,366 days of school, over 100 teachers, 13 years of G-D education, and 4 high school diplomas . . . PRICELESS!  The Battles family are shown enjoying a very special moment following the Class of 2018 Graduation held Friday evening June 1st. From left to right: father Tim, Cameron, Samuel, Maxwell, Kyle, mother Cheryl, and older brother Jack (G-D ‘16).  The four brothers and new G-D graduates will attend, in order, CU Boulder, UVM, Tufts, and Johns Hopkins.  Photo courtesy of Nancy Ohringer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Groton-Dunstable Regional District High School celebrated its 2018 graduates on June 1. Highlights included multiples--a family of 4 brothers and another of 2 brother, an inspiring speech by Tommy Wogan, and some fanciful mortar boards. Congratulations to all!

Tommy Wogan at the Groton-Dunstable graduation on Friday, June 1st as he waits with other classmates for his name to be called to receive his diploma.

Tommy Wogan uses a speech generated device in order to speak/communicate. Here is his Speech, delivered at Groton-Dunstable's graduation ceremonies on June1:    “Good evening.  I would like to thank Mr. Woodlock for allowing the opportunity for me to speak to my classmates.  Congratulations on your...
 Zelie Sears stood before her 165 fellow graduates in the Nashoba Valley Technical High School Class of 2018 on Saturday, June 2, and asked them to “do me a favor.” The Class of 2018 president continued: “Take every single opportunity to do something great. Keep pushing each other to be the...
 Controversy broke out in an expected place as the GDRSS school committee was asked to approve the annual update of the High School’s student handbook. Each grade level (elementary, middle, high) has a handbook which is a lengthy (65 pages) document detailing all the rules and regulations that...
Over 200 Alumni & Friends are already “A Part Of It!” by supporting GDatPlay’s 2018 Community Fundraising last week in support of the Field Renovation to a multipurpose sports complex at the GDRHS Main Stadium. Building upon last year’s donations, GDatPlay has the goal of raising $300k this...
GDRHS’ Class of 2020 is having a fundraising yard sale on June 9 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Bring items to Prescott School 145 Main St. June 8, 6 – 8 p.m. or GDRHS Room 124 June 4-8 What we'll take: Gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, housewares, books & media, kitchenware, small furniture,...
GDRHS’ Class of 2020 is having a fundraising yard sale on June 9 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. To contribute items, bring them to Prescott School 145 Main St. June 8, 6 – 8 p.m. or GDRHS Room 124 June 4-8. What we'll take: Gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, housewares, books & media, kitchenware...
The Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team, "The Robotomies", have completed the FIRST Robotics "FIRST Power Up" competitions for 2018.  It was an interesting season with a mix of highs and lows and a lot of redesigning and rebuilding at competitions. After six solid weeks of designing,...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School inducted 98 students into the National Honor Society or National Technical Honor Society in a ceremony at the Performing Arts Center. Grotonwwstudents inducted solely into the National Honor Society include: • Junior: Nicolette Comer  • Sophomore: Katarina...

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