Monday, February 29, 2016

Open House, Superintendent's Presentation, GDRHS Playoff Info. & More

Open House & Superintendent's Presentation
Open House will be held on Thursday, March 3rd at 6:00pm.  Parents and guardians will run through a typical school day following the schedule of their child.  Please arrive with schedule in hand.

All high school parents are invited to hear the Superintendent's presentation about the district's needs assessment findings and how this will impact the 2017 district budget request. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

5:15 - 6:00 Superintendent's Presentation in the Blackbox Theater
6:00 - 8:00 Open House

Crusaders Heading to Playoffs!

Boys Basketball (11-9)
   Boys Hockey    (13-3-4)
Girls Basketball (16-4)
GD (#6) v. Marlboro (#3)
GD (#2) v. winner of North Middlesex/Wachusett
GD (#2) v. winner of Wayland/ Auburn
Thursday, March 3 at 7:00 p.m. Marlboro High School
Tuesday, March 8 at 5:30 p.m. Wallace Civic Center, Fitchburg
Friday, March 4 at 7:00 p.m. Groton Dunstable High School
Click HERE to see the Central Mass D2 Boys Basketball Brackets
Click HERE to see the Central Mass D3 Hockey Brackets
Click HERE to see the Central Mass D2 Girls Basketball Brackets

2016 Festival of One-Act Play Awards
Honorable Mention: Jillian Carleton, 2017
Most Physical Actor: Quinn Parker, 2016
Best (& Eeriest) Trio: Alex Sullivan, Rhiannon Taylor, & Sylvia Thomas, 2017
Best Male Debut: Patrick Hampton, 2019
Best Female Debut: Hannah Loomis, 2019
Best Supporting Actor: Ethan Gaines, 2016
Best Supporting Actress: Renée Hampton, 2016
Best Actor: Matt Murch, 2016
Best Actress: Celeste Vandermillen, 2018
Best Ensemble: Seniors, Directed by Jackie Coy & Emily Autumn Olson, 2016
Best Director: Megan Fitzpatrick, 2019
Best Play: Sophomores, Directed by Zarah Durst

Last But Not Least
Caroline Woodbury is also being recognized as a student of the month.  She was not listed in the feature sent out on Friday.

My name is Caroline Woodbury and I am currently a senior at GD, and this past season, I was one of four captains of the Tyngsboro Groton Dunstable Swim and Dive team. I am also involved in the Spanish Club, Shed a Little Light, Chemistry Club, and am the secretary of the GD GSA. Although I have not made my final decision on where to go, I plan to study nursing in college next year. TGD has become a huge part of my experience at GD, and it has been a great way to expand circles of friends for many students, as the team is made up of about the same number of students from each school. Although we come together as a strong team, swimming is an individual sport, with each athlete trying their best to help to keep the league championship streak going strong. It has been a great four years competing with the team, and I hope that they keep up the success.


Educatius International is currently seeking a host family for Nelson, a 17 year old senior boy from China.  He will be a senior at GDRHS this upcoming school year.  Nelson is currently studying at a public high school in Arkansas, and lives with a friendly host family with 3 children!  He is active on the school’s basketball team, and he wants to become a dentist one day.  He is hoping for a host family in the Groton-Dunstable area without large pets (though this is a preference and not an allergy).  Educatius International reimburses Host Families at a rate of $1,000 per month (tax free) in exchange for providing a Chinese student with a private bedroom and board. 

Please contact Rebecca at 617-849-2636 or for more information.

2017 International Travel Opportunities
The Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Global Scholars Program promotes an academic environment that encourages global awareness and active participation in an evolving global society. We have three amazing travel opportunities that have yet to reach maximum capacity.  Details about each trip are below.  

Japan (Full)

Argentina (Full)

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