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by Robert Stewart      The School Committee has more than one challenge ahead of them in the upcoming year as they not only deliberate on developing a fiscal 2020 operating budget which is starting with major unexpected expenses but also grappling with upgrading or replacing an aging elementary...
After a national search, the Applewild Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Lunenburg native Amy Jolly to be Applewild’s seventh Head of School.  Amy will begin her tenure on July 1, 2019. Most recently, Amy was the Head of School at Maine Girls Academy in Portland, ME.  She began her...
by Robert Stewart      As the budgeting process for the School District enters its initial development phase for the fiscal year 2020 operating budget, the District finds itself in a deficit position that will present challenges for the School Committee which could frustrate their goal of investing...
For the second time in 2018, the ‘spirit’ rock was painted over with a message inspiring local controversy. Last April 3, as they arrived at school, the Groton-Dunstable High School administration was greeted with a pro-NRA message painted on the school’s spirit rock.  The pro-NRA message painted...
Ayer Shirley Regional High School Drama Club started something new last winter by offering an evening of improvisation and comedy. Thus started the "Quick Wits," ASRHS’ improv troupe. The project went over so well that the Club is expanding on the program in hopes of making it an annual treat, the...

 Brownies and Robotomies celebrate their two-day partnership. Brownies pictured bottom row left to right: Brady Rainville, Maddie Schamberger, Kate Sun, Karoline Mackenzie, Sophie Goss, Delanie Walsh, Annabelle Song, Hannah Stevens; Middle: Marc Rocheleau, Trevor Shrady, Bethany de Groot, Tom Cote and Griffin Bjerke. Back row: Conor O’Rourke and Max Prescott. [Names of students and advisor(s) not provided by press time.] Photo courtesy of Marcia Walsh.

 
The local Girl Scout Brownie troop 82693 earned their STEM badges in robotics with the help of the Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team. The girls were instructed in programming, designing and building robots. The two-day program culminated with the girls showcasing the robots that they...

Students in Groton-Dunstable High School's Korean Dance Club learning about and ancient culture through its traditional dances, where every movement has meaning.

 

Ayer Shirley Regional High School Drama Club started something new last winter by offering an evening of improvisation and comedy. Thus started the Quick Wits, ASRHS’ improv troupe. The project went over so well that the Club is expanding on the program in hopes of making it an annual treat, the...
by Connie Sartini      Town Manager Mark Haddad updated the Select Board on the progress of the Florence Roche Elementary School Feasibility Study. He and Select Board member Alison Manugian, Groton Dunstable Regional School Committee member Fay Raynor and School District Director of Business and...

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