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The School Committee heard a report on a Special Education audit conducted in the District last January. The audit was conducted at the request of the Superintendent of Schools and the Director of Pupil Personnel Services and focused on current and future program needs, staffing utilization and...
Alia Jessica Degen graduated from Groton Dunstable Regional High School. She will be attending Univerisiy of Vermont as a Global Studies major. Recently Alia won Tom's Shoes Ticket to Give and will be sent to either Central or South America to hand-deliver shoes to children in need. She is...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School senior David Blood and junior Russell Byron-Kelly, both from Groton, were inducted into both the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society at recent ceremonies at the school. Byron-Kelly also was elected vice president of the National Honor...
Among 78 students who graduated from Groton School Sunday, June 2, 2013 are, from left, Anita Xu of Westford, Lucy McNamara of Bolton, Danielle Kimball of Dunstable, Cam diSarcina of Shirley, Francisco Fernandez of Leominster, John McCrossan of Groton, Daniel Glavin of Sterling, Nick Funnell of...
The School Committee by unanimous vote created a new position of Assistant Superintendent for the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District and then voted to appoint curriculum specialist Kerry Clery to fill the job. The appointment came at the School Committee's meeting May 22. Clery had been...
Help your students maintain their academic skills over the summer months while supporting GDSTEM with the Summer SkillsTM Book Fundraiser. Summer Skills books are high-impact review workbooks for Math (Pre-K through grade 12), Language Arts (Pre-K through grade eight), Spanish or French Review (MS/...
The School Committee voted unanimously at their May 8 meeting to appoint Jared Stanton as the District's new Director of Business and Finance. Stanton will replace Jerry Martin who is retiring at the end of the school year. The appointment follows a relatively protracted process during which the...
Superintendent of Schools Anthony Bent told the School Committee he will not recommend an increase in athletic user fees for this year. Bent did say, however, he would consider the issue again next year. Currently, Groton-Dunstable charges student athletes $300 to participate in a sport with a cap...
Tarbell Learning Center will be relocating from their place at Rivercourt to the building that housed Tarbell School for many years, after receiving unanimous approval for their Site Plan Review from Planning Board. At the public hearing, Ross Engineering representative Dan Wolfe laid out plans for...

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