Our Florence Roche Elementary School project has begun! You may have seen or heard about the changes currently happening on campus to prepare for major construction. We would like to invite you to participate in the official groundbreaking ceremony to take place on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, at 4:00 p.m. Please use the link below to RSVP by Monday, May 23, 2022, if you wish to attend. This will allow us to properly anticipate the expected attendance at the event. Invitation Link: http://tinyurl.com/FRESgroundbreaking
Please take a look at the new Florence Roche Construction website for updated information! The link will be posted under the District and Florence Roche menus as well! https://freschool.gilbaneco.com/
SEPAC REMINDER/Update - discussion for this evening, Thursday, April 28, 2022. Please see the events section of the district website for information and the ZOOM link for this webinar.
REMINDER....All are invited, Friday, April 8 SEPAC's (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) Coffee & Conversation at the Prescott Community Center, 145 Main St. at 9:30am.
School Committee meeting tonight, Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at 7:00pm in the Middle School South PAC.
Reminder - School Committee Meeting Tonight, March 9, 2022. Agenda and Zoom link can be found on the district website under events.
Good morning, Last evening the school committee voted to approve all schools to be “mask optional” beginning March 7th. This applies to students when riding on buses and Van Pool as well. A copy of the new policy will be sent out to the school community later today. Best regards, Laura Chesson
Please check your email today for important information about the 2022 Youth Risk Behavior Survey.
REMINDER: Discussions regarding the district face covering policy will be held tonight at the Policy Subcommittee meeting at 6:00pm, and tomorrow evening at the School Committee Meeting at 7:00pm. Both agenda's, as well as ZOOM link information, can be found on the website under "events". Links were also sent out via email today.
Please be sure to check your email this evening for an important message regarding masking at the high school.
Log-in issue for School Committee Please use the following ZOOM link: Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86265513486?pwd=WWdXVnEzbXNoZkhBbFRsVktWcVBZZz09 Passcode: 894404
Event Reminder - School Committee, tomorrow evening, Wednesday, February 9. The evening's agenda includes discussion on the mask mandate. For additional agenda items please go to our website gdrsd.org to "events" to access the full agenda.
Due to the forecasted icing and lack of ability to pretreat roads and parking lots, Groton-Dunstable Regional School District will be closed Friday, February 4th. There will be no after-school activities.
Just a reminder to please be sure to read Friday's email regarding important updates to COVID-19 testing protocols. New information includes an opt-in testing form and guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Department of Public Health. https://www.gdrsd.org/article/634223
Please make sure to read a very important update to COVID-19 testing protocols. New information includes a opt-in testing form and guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education | https://www.gdrsd.org/article/634223 #gdrsdchat
REMINDER - School Committee Meeting tonight 1/12/22 at 7:00 PM Please go to GDRSD.org "events" for the evening's agenda and ZOOM link.
This is an important message from the Groton-Dunstable Regional School system. Due to the timing and the predicted snow falls for tomorrow, there will be no school for grades Pre- K thru 12.
Half Day Kindergarten Dismissal Alert - January 5th We have been advised by the Police Department that the roads in town are extremely icy. As a result we have made the decision to hold our half day kindergarteners at school. This means students who ride the bus will be transported home at the end of the day by bus. We have made arrangements for the students to have lunch with their classes. Those families who pick up their students are free to do so, but please know that they are welcome to stay at school until the roads are safe. As we watch the weather, it will be warming to above freezing in the afternoon hours making travel much easier. This will also give the town time to treat the roads. Thank you for your partnership! Please don't hesitate to reach out to your principal if you have any questions or concerns. Superintendent Dr. Laura Chesson
Please check your email for important information from the Superintendent regarding the return to school tomorrow.
Parents/Guardians please check your email for important updates the District has received from the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education regarding COVID-19 isolation requirements, reports of positive antigen tests, and weekly pooled testing.