Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Parking Update

Any student who has turned in a complete Parking Application and paid the fee will be able to pick up their permit beginning on Monday, 8/21 at 11am.

Spots are still available for anyone who is just getting their license or has yet to apply.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

2017-2018 Parking information

For all students who wish to apply for a parking permit prior to the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.


Parking applications are currently available in the main office of the high school and will be available on the website soon.

Any student who completes the application and files all necessary information and payment prior to August 11th will be entered into the priority parking lottery. Students will be randomly assigned parking spaces with Seniors receiving priority over underclassmen.    Students who have their paper work and payment in by 8/11/17 will receive spots closest to the main entrance.  Students will not need to appear at the high school on a certain date as in years past.  Student can obtain their parking pass and parking spot number beginning on August 23, 2017.

Any student who does not have their paperwork and payment submitted by 8/11/17 will receive a parking spot on a first come, first serve basis.  Parking spots closest to the building will be assigned first.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Coaching Appointments

Thanks to all staff, students and parents who participated in the interview process.

Last Tuesday our Athletic Coach Selection Committee consisting of the Athletic Director, a faculty member, a parent and 4 current participants in our volleyball program interviewed 2 candidates for the position of Head Coach.  Upon deliberations it was agreed that Lori Herberich (formerly our JV coach) would be offered the position for the 2017 season.  She accepted the offer on Thursday and met with our incoming Freshmen class on Friday afternoon at the MS.  

Likewise, we seated the Athletic Director, a faculty member, a parent of a player and 3 current participants in our girls soccer program to interview 2 candidates for the position of Head Coach.  Upon deliberations, it was agreed that Sean Murphy (Physical Education teacher at GDRMS) would be offered the position for the upcoming 2017 season.  Mr. Murphy accepted the offer on Thursday and met with our incoming Freshmen class on Fridayafternoon at the MS.

We are excited to have such knowledgeable, fair and motivated coaches join our staff.  They are eager to lead our teams when participants return to Chicopee Row in August. 

Thursday, June 15, 2017

2018 Travel Opportunities

Spots are filling up for the 2018 travel opportunities.


If you have interest or would like information in any of these trips, please contact the trip leader asap.


Italy & Greece (April):  Jeannie Erickson
jerickson@gdrsd.org

Iceland (April):  Joe Bisbee
jbisbee@gdrsd.org

Peru and the Amazon (Summer):  Heather Salemme
hsalemme@gdrsd.org



Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Friday/Monday schedule information

Dear Parents and Guardians,



I just wanted to make sure that all parties were aware of expectations and bussing for the last two days of school.  Although students may get dismissed without penalty after they complete their exams, Friday is scheduled as a full day of school.  Busses will run at normal times.

Monday is scheduled as a release day.  On Monday all high school students who have work to be made up, have detentions that have not been served or have scheduled attendance appeals are expected to be in school.  Any student who has completed all of their work and has taken all exams are not required to be present.  Bussing will be provided as usual so that any student required to attend will have transportation.


Sincerely,


Mike Woodlock

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Sharing Good News

Congratulations to Junior, Ethan Axon and Senior, Tim Crandall who achieved the rank of Eagle Scout this past year.  What an amazing accomplishment!


Thursday, June 8, 2017

GROTON GREENWAY RIVER FESTIVAL


Groton Greenway River Festival will be held Sunday, June 11, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., sponsored by Groton Greenway Committee, complete with the famous cardboard canoe races.  All events are free.  There will be canoeing and kayaking all day courtesy of Nashoba Paddler, LLC.  There will also be lots of environmental displays and children’s activities and musical guests,including Native American drummers.  Food will be available for purchase from Groton Firefighters Association.  The festival is held on the banks of the Nashua River at Petapawag Canoe Launch, Groton, with parking and shuttles from Deluxe parking lot at 500 Main St.  For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/GrotonGreenwayRiverFestival.