Apr 172015
Athletic Boosters Raise $21K In Pledges For Scholarships, Equipment, and Aid

Groton-Dunstable Regional High School student athletes and coaches dialed most of the phones in both towns during the Athletic Booster’s annual phonathon. The spring event raised “… a little over $21,000 in pledges. The Phonathon is our primary source of fundraising,” explained Phonathon Chair Nancy Ohringer. “Student-athletes and their coaches are given a specific night more »

Apr 172015
Thesis: Groton-Dunstable Elementary Science Fair Is Lots of Fun

Ninety Groton-Dunstable elementary school students from Florence Roche and Swallow Union schools proved that “Science is Fun” at the second annual Groton-Dunstable Elementary Science Fair. Everyone from both schools, in grades K through 4, was invited to participate. The scientists created projects at home and prepared oral and visual presentations to be presented to judges during the more »

Apr 012015
Dear Editor: "I remain committed to my work on the school committee and my efforts to provide our students with the high quality education that they deserve."

Dear Editor, Like so many of our peers, my husband and I selected Groton as our home very carefully. Without question, the high quality and great reputation of the schools were a huge draw. We have now lived here for over a decade and remain convinced that Groton is a unique town with tremendous offerings more »

Mar 312015
One Unit Down; Two To Go -- Groton-Dunstable Educator’s Association Pact Moves Forward

Both the Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee and the Groton-Dunstable Educator’s Association have approved a contract covering the district’s teachers that provides a 2.5% salary increase for each year of the three-year contract. The school committee ratified the contract at its March 25th meeting last Wednesday. The teachers ratified the contract March 17th. Another bargaining unit more »