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Don't Want to Set Self up For Failure "I have made a point of not setting any goals around technology because I would be setting myself up for failure." - Elementary School Teacher 'Glacially Slow' "(We) can't use lots of the software that we purchased because it isn't installed on the computers...
School Committee held a public hearing on its proposed operating budget for fiscal year 2014 and some members expressed concern about the increase in assessments to the towns. The hearing was held on Feb. 13 and some of the concerns voiced at the hearing prompted the Committee to schedule several...
As students, teachers and parents in Newtown, Connecticut returned to school after an extended winter break forced upon them by an unspeakable tragedy, they may be aided in their journey back to normalcy by a Brookline, NH teacher and author. Sandy Bothmer, a transplanted mid-westerner who now...
According to a report presented to the School Committee by the Buildings and Grounds Department, the School District saved nearly $60,000 in energy costs over a two-year period through upgrades in heating systems and participation in a Groton Electric peak power program. The report was presented...
The School Committee voted unanimously at a special meeting on Jan. 18 to end their search for a new Superintendent and to undergo a new search next fall. The vote followed the school committee's meeting on Jan. 16 where members could not reach a consensus around one of the three finalists selected...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School's Community Education program has announced its list of courses for the winter session. Classes include Plumbing Tier 1 (state-mandated requirement for plumbers who graduated high school after 2010), Infant/Child CPR certification, automotive tech, basketball...
Applewild School students in grades four-eight recently participated in this year's National Geographic Bee. "The contest is designed to encourage teachers to include geography in their classrooms, spark student interest in the subject, and increase public awareness about geography," according to...
At a School Committee meeting on Dec. 12, Interim Superintendent Anthony Bent and school committee members expressed their support and commitment to a new report card at the elementary level which grades students on a different scale from the traditional "A, B, C" scale. Bent emphasized that the...
Wednesday night he School Committee announced three finalists for the Groton-Dunstable Superintendent's position and will interview the candidates Friday, Jan. 4; Monday, Jan. 7 and Tuesday, Jan. 8. The interviews will be conducted during special school committee meetings and are open to the public...

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P.O. Box 610, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
 

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