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by Connie Sartini   Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board that plans are being finalized for replacing Florence Roche Elementary School and prepared for submission to the state. The plan is to construct a new two-story 110,000 square-foot building to be located on the site of the...

On a beautiful sunny Tuesday this week, members of the superintendent's office, faculty and staff at GDRHS gathered to honor this year's senior class by providing lawn signs for all the soon-to-be graduates of the Class of 2020 to display in front of their homes in order to be recognized during this very difficult time of remote learning during their senior spring. Included above are (back row) Mark Rocheleau, robotics teacher; Alex Norton, computer science teacher; (front row) Assistant Superintendent Katie Novak; Superintendent Laura Chesson; Matt Ricard, athletic director; Omar Connor, resource officer; and Jeannie Erickson, teacher and class advisor. Photo courtesy of Nancy Ohringer

 

by Nancy Ohringer   Through the generosity of the GDRSD Art and Athletic Boosters and the Community Children’s Fund, and organized by senior parent Kristen Cianci, lawn signs were distributed to members of the GDRHS Class of 2020 May 5 to display in front of their homes in order to be...
Commander Marilyn Koshivas of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. Post 6539 announced the kick-off of this year’s VFW’s Voice of Democracy Scholarship competition. Local high school students can compete for thousands of dollars in scholarships and a trip to Washington, D.C.      Students...

As you enter the GDRHS complex, the American flag flies to greet all who visit, thanks to the GDBoosters who helped make it happen. Photo, courtesy Jane Mingolelli

 

In this photo, Susan Wynn, fourth-grade teacher at Swallow-Union School, conducts a remote ‘Morning Meeting’ where she has the opportunity to say ‘good morning’ to each of her students by name before the start of class. Photo by Jordan Wynn.

 

by Robert Stewart   With the announcement on Tuesday, April 21 that public and private schools in Massachusetts will be closed for the remainder of the school year, students in the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District will spend more than a third of the school year conducting their...
by Connie Sartini   Not only has the suspension of District public School on- site classes created havoc for students and their families, it has also changed spending patterns of the district budget. At the April 15 virtual meeting of the Select Board, Groton Dunstable Regional School...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School District School Committee Alternate School Committee Seat Vacancy The Town of Groton currently has an immediate opening on the Nashoba Valley Technical High School District School Committee for an alternate to the Committee. There are two (2) years...
Innovating even in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, UMass Lowell students learning entrepreneurship skills will present their ideas for new products and services in a pitch competition that will be held remotely for the first time.      UMass Lowell’s DifferenceMaker program brings...

Volunteers at work in the G-D school district food pantry site at Middle School South in the gymnasium. The pantry opened on Tuesday and will be open every Tuesday from 10-2pm for grocery pick-ups. See related story in the Special Notices section of this online edition of the Groton Herald.

     

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