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   Groton Community School is pleased to announce that the initial phase of its first ever capital campaign – Forward Motion -  is underway and promises to be transformational on many levels.  With over seventy years of history in the community, GCS is positioning itself to serve the next several...
FRIDAY NIGHT JAZZ AT INDIAN HILL: A nod to the iconic NYC nightclub, the Village Vanguard, featuring Indian Hill faculty jazzers: Mike Caudill, tenor saxophone; Jerry Sabatini, trumpet; Justin Meyer, bass, and Mike Tucker, drums. Tunes of Monk, Coltrane, Rollins, and more. Friday, February 9 at 7:...
More than 75 UMass Lowell music and business students put their creativity and entrepreneurial skills to the test as one of five universities in the nation to participate in an all-day hackathon presented by music-streaming service Pandora and Real Industry.      UMass Lowell was the only...
Groton Dunstable School Committee has concluded negotiations with the GDEA (i.e. the teachers’ union). The fourth of four contracts, this covers the teaching staff, which comprises the majority of employees in the district schools.          The teachers will receive a 1.5 percent increase this year...

These Groton-Dunstable Regional School singers and musicians took part in Central District Massachusetts Music Educators Senior Festival, Jan. 20 at Worcester's Mechanics Hall.

Countless hours of work put in by some of the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School’s best musicians culminated in an outstanding concert at the Central District Massachusetts Music Educators Association’s Senior Festival on Saturday, January 20. The concert took place in historic Mechanic’s Hall...
*/ Groton Dunstable Middle School held its 2018 local geography bee, the first round of the national geography bee sponsored by National Geographic. Contestants had already won grade-level contests and were competing for the chance to represent Groton Dunstable at the regional contest.      ...
“I feel grateful to have a choice to skip a meal,” stated Applewild eighth grader, Giselle. Recently, Giselle and approximately 45 of her Upper School classmates voluntarily participated in an Oxfam fast to benefit the global organization and to continue to raise awareness about food insecurity. In...

Oak Meadow students, including fourth grader Claire Westlund of Groton, getting ready to deliver the books to More Than Words .

*/ Oak Meadow School of Littleton recently held its second annual “Green Book Fair. The Oak Meadow community donated thousands of books, and shoppers took home armloads of books in exchange for a donation of their choice. All proceeds went directly to support Oak Meadow’s libraries.     More...
*/ Eighth graders at the Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School sold raffle tickets during this holiday season to support The Community Children’s Fund, now in its twenty-fifth year. Once again this year, eighth-grade families donated themed baskets of “goodies” which were raffled off as part of...
The Boutwell Early Childhood Center’s 2018-2019 Preschool Registration for the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District will begin with an open house onWednesday, January 24, 2018 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. and registration will continue through Friday, February 2, 2018. Registration packets may be picked...

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