School news

Good evening GDRMS families,

If you're a New England fan there is a lot to be happy about right now.  The Sox are on fire, the Pats are currently ahead, the Revs played to a 2-2 tie,  and the Bruins won last night.  Yeehaw

Important Topics for your to Know

  • 1st Quarter ends on November 5th, grades will be in Schoolbrains by the 12th.

  • We heard from Catie’s Closet.  “ We just wanted to say a big thank you for allowing us to put on a Catie's Closet donation drive this year in the schools! We got so many bags of clothes that we had to take about 5 carloads to bring them all to the donation center in Dracut. This wouldn't have happened without all your help as well as GDRSD families.”

  • All of our COVID pools last week were negative.  If you have not already signed your child up for the weekly safety checks, pool testing, the link is below.  

  • We had our first PTO meeting last week.  If you would like to volunteer with our PTO team please send me an email and I will connect you with the team.  We are in the process of planning our Bookfair for December.

  • Picture retake at the middle school is October 25th.  If your student was absent on September 10th for the first photo or if you are not really happy with the 1st picture this will be the date.   If you want the retake your student needs to return the original photo to the photographer  the day of the retake.

  • The G-D SEPAC is offering a webinar for ALL PARENTS on Thurs. Oct. 21, at 7pm.  Jon Mattleman will present: "Light at the end of the tunnel: Strategies and resources for the transitions ahead."  Jon is a mental health expert who offers a helpful perspective on navigating the unique challenges of this pandemic for ourselves and for our kids.  This event is funded by the Town of Groton Trust Fund's Lecture Fund.

  • GDEF, Groton Dunstable Educational Foundation, would like you to sign up for their  mailing list?  The link is   They  are about to launch their Annual Giving Campaign, and want to ensure we reach as many families as possible.

Sincerely, your GDRMS Principal Ms. Salvatore