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Celeste Vandermillen (GD 2018) sings vocals to Eddie Cooley and John Davenport’s Fever, backed by the award-winning GDRHS Jazz Band. The special act was one of the highlights of this year’s High School Winter Concert and Art Show featured at the Middle School PAC on the evening of Dec 13. Vandermillen is a multi-talented performer who has starred in many theatrical productions at the High School  (12 Angry Jurors, Twelfth  Night, Arsenic and Old Lace, Romeo and Juliet, and Festival of One Acts).  She is also a Jazz band instrumentalist earning First Oboe at Central MA Music All State this fall for the second year running.” Photo by Jonathan O’Connor

*/ Last Wednesday night, the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Music Program hosted its annual winter concert. The concert featured performances by the Concert Band, Chorus, Drum Corps, Jazz Band, and Chamber Chorus, showcasing all that GD Music has to offer. At the end of the night, the...
   Nashoba Valley Technical High School is one of 10 technical high schools in Massachusetts targeted for a new program through which Bay State residents interested in careers in advanced manufacturing can take classes and be eligible for state and federal financial aid to pay for their training...
On December 13 Marlena Gilbert, Chairperson of the GD District School Committee announced on Facebook and earlier at the Groton Selectmen’s meeting that, “Flo Ro has been approved to be invited into the MSBA program.  We now embark on an extensive rebuild or renovation of Florence Roche with the...
At a recent school committee meeting principals from each of the district schools gave a mid-year status report on their various goals as well as their highest priority budget needs for next year. Their reports provide a window into the inner workings of district classrooms.     At the elementary...
*/ Groton Dunstable High School Junior PowderPuffs enthusiastically participate in Thanksgiving rally. Photo by Jonathan O’Connor
*/ Groton Dunstable HIgh School Students' "Troop 18" shows great esprit de corps while particpating in Thanksgiving rally. Photo by Jonathan O’Connor
At their recent meeting the Groton-Dunstable School Committee voted to take the next steps on a handful of cost-saving measures recommended in the recent financial audit of the district.      In the next few weeks an RFP will be issued soliciting bids to outsource the custodial services in the...
*/ Festivities at Groton-Dunstable High School’s annual Thanksgiving Day rally Wednesday, Nov. 22 included traditional class dances, faculty bake off, and the annual powderpuff game (plenty of smiles and cheers despite the cold and rain.)   Top photo: We wonder--are they walking footballs, or...
The Groton-Dunstable School Committee meeting Wednesday night was given over to a public forum whereby the public was invited to offer feedback on the cost cutting measures suggested by the recent school audit and now under consideration by the district. Comments ranged from there being too much...

The Groton Dunstable Robotics Team. Photo by Mark Rocheleau.

Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team, fondly known as “The Robotomies”, is gearing up for the 2018 FIRST Robotics “FIRST Power Up” competitions for 2018.  The team has been meeting weekly since September.    At the end of last year, underclassmen took a long look at the season they had just...

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