Monday, November 14, 2016

Time is running out to earn the $200.00 discount for 2018 trips.  Costa Rica has only three spots remaining!!!  For more info on each of the trips, click the link below.

http://gdglobalscholars.weebly.com/2017-2018-trips.html




Saturday, November 12, 2016

Thanks to Mr. Arena,  Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. Murphy for their help in planning our Veterans Day program this week.  Most of all, thanks to all the veterans for all they have done for our country.

Below is a link to the Nashoba Valley Voice article.

http://www.nashobavalleyvoice.com/ci_30558171/wwii-veteran-gets-surprise-visit-veterans-day


Thursday, November 10, 2016

Monday, November 7, 2016

Our GD Mock Election was in full swing during lunches today.  I want to thank Mr. Villagomez and his class for all of the hard work that they have done to educate our students about the democratic process.  Also, thanks to Ms. Kaplan for helping set up our voting stations this morning.

Results:

President Hillary Clinton wins at Groton-Dunstable RHS

PRESS RELEASE (Jay Villagomez, Groton-Dunstable Regional High School)

The Groton-Dunstable Regional High School electorate has spoken: Hillary Clinton won the 2016 Mock Presidential Election.

Five hundred twenty-one out of 811 students cast their votes giving Clinton 48.2% (251 votes).  Donald Trump garnered 32.6% (170), while 10% (55) voted for Gary Johnson and 8.6% (45) voted for Jill Stein.








GDRHS National Art Honor Society: New Members; Student Artwork Displayed at Annual NAHS Exhibit 

The National Art Honor Society at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School welcomes returning members – Haley Ashburn (Treasurer), Kiley Lawton (President), Pamela Marino, Charlotte McCarthy, and Saya Norton (Vice President) – and will be inducting new members Catherine de Groot (Secretary/Historian), Emma King, Andrea Pellizzari, and Matthew Suchecki (formerly NJAHS), as well as new National Junior Art Honor Society members Lara Stecewycz (President) and Jessie Wang (Vice President). An induction ceremony will take place on Wednesday, November 16th at 5:30 p.m, followed by a reception featuring artwork by new and current members.
This year, artwork by Groton-Dunstable's NAHS members Catherine de Groot, Kiley Lawton, and Pamela Marino have been accepted into this year’s National Art Honor Society exhibit in Massachusetts, “Defining, Designing, Discovering.” Selected works include Bliss (digital) by senior Catherine de Groot, Savanna Monarch (acrylic on canvas) by senior Kiley Lawton, and My House (acrylic on canvas) by junior Pamela Marino. Artwork will be on display until the closing reception on Saturday, November 12th from 3:00-5:00 p.m. in the Lower Level Commons Gallery at Lesley University.
Catherine de Groot

Kiley Lawton

Pamela Marino

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

GD@Play is working to bring a synthetic turf field to our campus. If you are interested in learning more, please see the invitation below.
Join us! The Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Fields Renovation Project engineering plan will be presented during an information night to be held on Thursday November 3rd, 2016 in the GDRHS Library at 7 p.m. GD at Play, Inc. is sponsoring the information night. GD at Play was commissioned in June by the GDRSC to work with the field engineering organization, Gale Associates, to bring the project through to the permitting necessary to implement a synthetic turf surface at the main stadium field. GD at Play is raising private monies to fund the project. GD at Play encourages the public to attend and learn more about the initiative, the goal of which is to provide consistently safe and sustainable outdoor classrooms while utilizing the successful dual-surface field model employed by over 60% of communities in our Commonwealth. GD at Play is a not-for-profit whose mission is to raise funds to support educational goals within the Groton-Dunstable Regional School district.

GD Graduation:  Current field conditions

Example of what new field would look like.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016



Project Pura Vida has wrapped up its fundraising activities and is sending a $500 donation to Amigos of Costa Rica to use for educational purposes.  Great Job and congratulations to this group!