Friday, May 19, 2017

RAD: Self Defense for Women

Introduction to RAD: Self Defense for Women
Want to know how to stay safe and protect yourself? Officer Mead and the Groton Police Department is teaching an introductory class on RAD!

All women are encouraged to attend, so bring your friends, your mom, or your sisters!

Attendees must be at least 12 years old

Black Box

May 22, 2017

2-3:30 pm

For more information

Off Mead


Carolyn Hill
Junior Class

GD's Top 10 of 2017

Congratulations to the following amazing scholars.....

Matthew Warren
Emma Rasmussen
Sandra Roper
David Heffernan
Zachary Gavel
Zachary Adams
Amy Sjoberg
Alexis Mottram
Nathaniel Martinez
Caitlin Trout

Opioid Awareness Presentation

There will be a presentation on Opioid Abuse on June 6th at 6:30pm in the Dunstable Public Library.

The training will be an overview of the disease model of addition, a discussion of why youth are particularly at risk and an overview of the best practices for screening and treatment.

There will also be time after the presentation to field questions concerning opioids, marijuana, vaping, etc...

This presentation is sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Dunstable Police Department.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

College Financial Planning Seminar Tonight

Just a reminder that Merrimack Financial College Planning is offering a free seminar this evening at GD.  The presentation begins at 6:30pm in the Black Box Theater.

Additional details can be accessed in the link below.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Spring Concert...PAC...5/25/17 at 7pm

From: Josh Marion (class of 2017) Public Relations Officer; GD Music Honor Society

This past weekend, the Groton-Dunstable Music program participated in the annual Music in the Parks music competition in Boston against several of other music-savvy schools from the area, spending a few days exploring what the city had to offer. While the weekend promised rain and cloudy skies, the entire group’s mood lightened after snatching 1st place in all performance categories, a “Best Overall Choir” award for the mixed chorus, and a “Best Jazz Soloist” medal for Sophomore Charlie Peterson.  “A lot of hard work and dedication went into that piece” stated Peterson.  “I practiced day after day and worked out every little detail to prepare for the competition. It was also super for me to be in sync with Nate (drummer), so I worked with him a bunch beforehand to tighten things up. The band did a fantastic job too, and everyone put in hard work on their individual parts to get the right sound and have everything come together in the end.”  Brenna McAllister, saxophonist, also shared that “It felt good to come out on top after taking a year off of competing.”

However, the trip did not solely focus on competition, as the students also filled their time with touring around the historical sites of their capital, catching, and even participating in, a Blue Man Group show, and sitting in with a live band at Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge.  A few of the students were called up to perform with the group, including oboe player and vocalist Celeste Vandermillen.  Once home, Celeste expressed “I think the competitions are great for the music program because they give us a chance to perform with expert musicians, experience new venues, and get suggestions on how to improve as musicians”.

The musicians, happy with their victories, will be holding their spring concert at the Groton Dunstable Middle School May 25th at 7pm in the Performing Arts Center, and just like the trip, it's bound to be a smashing success.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Mock Auto Accident at GD this morning

This morning we staged a mock car accident on campus for our Juniors and Seniors. At this time of year, statistically, young people have a greater chance of being involved in an auto accident. The purpose of the presentation today was to provide a glimpse of what one poor decision could result in. We understand that the presentation could be disturbing given the realistic nature of the portrayal. We encourage you to talk with your children about it. Thanks to Mrs. Erickson for organizing this presentation. Also, a very special thanks to the Groton Fire Department, The Groton Police Department and the student and faculty who played a role in the presentation itself.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

NHS Sponsors Color Run to benefit the Joey MIddlemiss Big Heart Foundation

Join us at the Groton Dunstable Regional High School on May 20th for the Color Fun Run! The registration will open at 2:00 pm and the race will begin promptly at 3:00 pm.
The Groton Dunstable Color Fun Run is designed to emulate The Color Run©. The course is around 2 miles, and there will be 5 color stations along the running path. Each station will be a site for participants to run through clouds of colorful chalk! Participants are encouraged to wear white t-shirts to reflect the color they accumulate. This is an informal race where running, jogging, and walking are accepted! Stay after the race for free refreshments, live music, and continued fun.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to The Joseph Middlemiss Big Heart Foundation. Thank you for your support!
For more information, view our registration link, or email us at