Principal Update March 8, 2019

Spring is right around the corner.  I know we still have snow covering the ground, but it is supposed to warm up next week.  Also starting next week, it will be getting darker later in the day.  This will be great for our students, as they will have more opportunities to play outside. Our second … read more


2019-2020 Kindergarten Orientation Information

When: Thursday, February 28th from 6:30-7:30 Where: Swallow Union, 522 Main St., Dunstable, MA 978-649-7281 Florence Roche, 342 Main St., Groton, MA 978-448-6665 Do you have questions about the Kindergarten curriculum, buses, extended day options, or other details related to Kindergarten?  The Groton-Dunstable Regional School District would like to announce that there will be a Kindergarten Orientation for … read more


Principal Update January 9, 2019

I hope everyone had a great New Year’s and are ready for the second half of the school year.  This is the time of the school year that our teachers start to pick up the pace with the curriculum.  The students are well aware of the classroom routines and expectations and are ready for new … read more


Principal Update December 3, 2018

Our first trimester grades closed this past Friday (11/30).  Your child’s report card will be available for your viewing on School Brains on Friday (12/14).  If you have any difficulties viewing the report card, please feel free to contact our office. I hope your parent conferences last month were helpful and insightful about your child … read more


Principal Update November 5, 2018

I want to thank our APT and our parent volunteers for our wonderful “Monster Mash” that took place on October 26th.  Our students came with awesome costumes and they had a super fun time dancing and playing games with the DJ.  Speaking of costumes, I want to thank our parents for meeting our Fundraiser Goal … read more


Principal Update October 1, 2018

As we conclude our first month of the school year, I want to share with you how proud I am of our students and staff.  The transition into a new grade or even a new school is not easy for all kids.  Our staff did a tremendous job welcoming their new students and developing a … read more

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Summer Reading Information

How Can You Support Your Child as a Reader Over the Summer?

Summer provides the gift of time for your children to explore their passions and interests. You can encourage them to take advantage of this time and help them link their passions to great summer reading. You may be the one to help him or her find that book or series that they just won’t want … read more

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Summer Math 2018

Dear Students and Parents, Summer is a time to relax, enjoy the outdoors, spend time with your family, read some great books AND… do some math! Research shows that students who continue to engage in activities that involve math skills, problem solving and critical thinking activities during the summer months are better prepared for their … read more


Principal Update June 1, 2018

This is an exciting time of the year.  We try to keep the same routines rolling until the end of the school year.  Our staff does a great job keeping our students engaged with their school work during the last month of the school year.  However, we know students have worked incredible hard all year, … read more