Aug 292014
 
This entry is part 46 of 49 in the series At The High School

Nicole Wilkinson, Lindsay Werner, and Izzy Smith welcomed Groton-Dunstable freshman

Nicole Wilkinson, Lindsay Werner, and Izzy Smith welcomed Groton-Dunstable freshman

Wednesday was a fun-filled day for incoming freshmen at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School. The upperclassmen greeted freshmen in the morning with a warm welcome.

After a brief presentation by the administrators and guidance counselors, freshmen were on their way to participate in a variety of activities. A scavenger hunt provided a creative way for students to learn the layout of the school, followed by a wide variety of relay races and games.

Lunch, a brief presentation outlining all the after school clubs, and a photo slideshow highlighting all the day’s activities closed the ceremonies. We want to thank Future Drivers of America for donating both food to barbecue for all of our students, and employees to do the cooking.

Freshmen orientation, in many ways, encapsulates all that is great about this school. Upperclassmen worked more than 50 hours this summer planning and fundraising for the days activities. & amp; nbsp; Upperclassmen donated their time and energy all in an effort to welcome freshmen to their new school. Without the tireless efforts of Mary Cain, guidance secretary, this day would not have been possible. A great start to the year!


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