Fitchburg Mayor Wong Encourages Students to Make a Change

Mayor Wong, "Everyone in this room is here some of our ancestors took a profound risk.”

On Wednesday March 16th, Mayor Lisa Wong of Fitchburg spoke at an event hosted by the Groton-Dunstable Women’s History Month Committee and sponsored by the Groton-Dunstable Education Foundation. As both the first Asian American and youngest female mayor in Massachusetts, she recounted about the many adventures that have been a part of her life and … read more


G-D Robotics Team Excels at WPI Competition

By Ginger Vollmar, Publicity for the GDRHS Robotics Team – The Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team, “The Robotomies”, participated in the 2016 FIRST Robotics “FIRST Stronghold” competition at WPI this past weekend. We are happy to report that the team excelled and advanced well beyond anyone’s expectations! This was a thrilling event for all … read more

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Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing in Production

Production is in full swing for Drama Guild’s rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. In this comedy, Hero (Zarah Durst, ‘18) and Claudio (Calvin Parker, ‘18) are happy together. Meanwhile, Benedick (Matt Murch, ‘16) and Beatrice (Emily Olson, ‘16) are constantly bickering. As friends of these characters try to bring people together, villains do … read more

March 16, 2016 - Posted in: Drama

2016 GD Presidential Mock Election Results

Bernie Sanders Win at the 2016 GD Presidential Mock Election Senator Bernie Sanders is the candidate of choice for Groton-Dunstable Regional High School. Of the 380 votes cast, 39.2% voted for Sanders, while 21.3% voted for billionaire businessman Donald Trump. With the last of the absentee ballots cast today, the election climaxed the two-week long … read more


2016 Women’s Tea Photo Gallery

The annual event is a celebration which honors women past and present and who have made differences locally and globally. This years tea highlighted women in government and public service. Tea, sandwiches and desserts were served in a formal but festive setting for folks of all ages. Performances from the high school chamber, raffles and … read more


Women’s History Month at GDRHS

On March 1st, Dr. Mary Fuhrer will be presenting a private history curriculum event for students during the school day. She will be discussing the story of the female impact and involvement in the battle of Lexington and Concord. The annual Women’s History Month tea will be held the 6th in the high school’s back … read more