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Nashoba Tech student-ambassadors line a hallway to wish classmates a good night as they leave school at the end of the day. It’s part of the “Start with Hello” program Nashoba Tech has adopted. From left, ambassadors Ashley Whiting (sophomore, Chelmsford), Ryan Cozzens (senior, Littleton), Hannah Hellijas (senior from Shirley) and Benjamin Richard (senior, Ayer); and fellow students Michael Foley (senior, Chelmsford), getting a high-five, Kenneth Cloyd (senior, Groton), Nicole Brotherston (senior, Chelmsford) and Steven Pafume (senior, Billerica).

Taking its cue from Sandy Hook Elementary School, NVTHS has initiated a gun-violence prevention program called “Start with Hello.” The idea is to reduce the chance of gun violence by breaking down social barriers and adopting a culture of inclusion for all students, especially those who tend to be...
Groton Dunstable Regional School District will hold Preschool Screenings Tuesday, April 4 and Wednesday, April 5 at Boutwell Early Childhood Center, 78 Hollis St., Groton, 978-448-2297. This screening is only for parents who have concerns about their child’s development. Children between three and...
Voters in Dunstable and Groton attending their respective annual town meetings will be asked to approve a revised regional agreement by the Groton Dunstable Regional School Committee. This agreement is the central document governing operations of the district for the two towns. A special...
The Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team, fondly known as “The Robotomies”, will be participating in the 2017 FIRST Robotics “FIRST Steamworks” competitions in March. The team has been working hard and meeting almost daily for the last six weeks to design, build, program and test their robot...
"Beauty and the Beast" at GD Middle School Performing Arts Center Groton Dunstable Community Education presents Students of Florence Roche in the musical, Beauty and the Beast  Friday and Saturday, March 17th & 18th at 7 PM and  Sunday, March 19th at 2 PM at Groton Dunstable Regional Middle...
Groton Community School is proud to sponsor two annual scholarships this year, which are awarded to graduating high school seniors who attended our school as a young child. We are very happy to honor our school alumni, and also to acknowledge two special young men who are near and dear to us. Each...
A minority of the Groton Dunstable School Committee threatened at the last minute to derail what so far has been a smooth budget process at Tuesday night’s budget public hearing, just one week before the committee must vote to certify the final budget for Groton’s annual town meeting....
Readers of the Herald are aware that the Groton Dunstable Regional School District has hired a professional consulting firm to help them in their search to replace departed Superintendent Kristan Rodriguez. As a free part of their service to their clients, the agency (NESDEC) provides detailed...
Friends of Nashoba Valley Medical Center are accepting applications from graduating students in the hospital’s service area which includes, Ayer, Harvard, Littleton, Westford, Groton, Dunstable, Pepperell, Shirley, Lunenburg, Devens, Bolton and Townsend. Applications are available from the Guidance...
Alison Manugian has announced her pending resignation from the School committee effective March 10, 2017 to pursue a run for the Board of Selectmen. Her school committee seat will be eligible to be placed on the May 16, 2017 ballot, provided Selectmen formally vote to do so by March 13. Selectmen...

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