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Groton Dunstable Education Foundation announces it has awarded 20 new enrichment grants totaling $8,959.08 to district schools in its nineteenth grant cycle. This cycle includes mini-grants for up to $500 each. Thanks to the community's ongoing support of fundraising events like this fall's...
School Committee members heard a report from Director of Teaching, Learning and Accountability Kerry Clery on a new report card which will eliminate the traditional grading system of evaluating students' performances and replace it with a reporting system aligned with new curriculum standards being...
Students at all grade levels in Groton Dunstable Regional School District continue to score significantly above the state average on MCAS Tests administered in 2012. According to information presented to the School Committee at their Oct. 10 meeting, approximately 80 percent of all students at the...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School's Open House for prospective students, their parents and the community will be Sunday, Nov. 4, 1 to 4 p.m. Students from Ayer, Chelmsford, Groton, Littleton, Pepperell, Shirley, Townsend and Westford, will have an opportunity to talk to academic and technical...
After meeting with representatives from the New England School Development Council (NESDEC) at their Oct. 3 meeting, the School Committee has agreed upon a timeline and process for hiring the District's next Superintendent. NESDEC is the firm hired by the District to assist them in the search for a...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School hasn't had a baking chef in about 15 years, but a recent upswing in popularity of cakes and cupcakes, generally credited to rise of the Food Network and other TV cooking shows and personalities, revealed a need that was not being fulfilled: Some students wanted...
Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School, along with middle level schools throughout the United States, will celebrate Month of the Young Adolescent this month to draw attention to the unique needs of 10- to 15-year-olds and ways people can support these youngsters. Month of the Young Adolescent was...
The School Committee voted unanimously at their Oct. 3 meeting to adopt a Memorandum of Understanding concerning evaluation of teachers under a federal education program designed to improve teacher and student performance. Groton-Dunstable Educator's Association had voted earlier to adopt the...
High School Principal Michael Mastrullo presented School Committee members with impressive data about the performance of high school students on advanced placement (AP) tests. Advanced placement tests are taken by students - mostly juniors and seniors - who are performing at a high level in...
If you have a little time to spare, the local service unit for the Girl Scouts needs you! The group is seeking adult volunteers, including a Registrar for girls joining in the fall. Training will be provided. There are other opportunities as well with the Nashaway Service Unit, which serves Groton...

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