Weekly Crusader News
January 25th, 2019
Calendar of Events
February 1-2, 2019: GDRHS Drama Festival of One Act Plays
February 13, 2019: German Exchange leaves for Pfungstadt, Germany
February 18 - 22, 2019: February Vacation
- Camp Sunshine Trip
- England Trip
February 27th, 2019: College info Night for Juniors and parents in the BBX
March 8, 2019: Open Mic Night
March 14, 2019: Spring Open House (6-8pm)
March 26 & 27: ELA MCAS
April 3, 2019: Course selection forms due for 2019-2020 school year.
April 5 - 6, 2019: GDRHS Drama Spring Play
April 15 - 19, 2019: April Vacation
- Spain Trip
May 4, 2019; Prom
May 6 - 16, 2019: AP Exams
May 8-11, 2019; Band Trip to Disney
May 21 & 22, 2019: Math MCAS
May 23, 2019: Spring Concert
May 29, 2019; Senior Dinner at Gibbet Hill
May 30, 2019: Class Night (seniors)
May 31, 2019: Graduation (6pm)
June 4 & 5, 2019: Science and Technology MCAS
We will continually add to this list as some events are finalized but some people are planners so I hope this is helpful. If you have questions about certain events, please send them in and we will add those events to the list.
Scholarships are starting to be posted. They are available in Naviance Student under scholarships, or by clicking on the following links. Please pay attention to deadlines.
Late applications WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. No exceptions!
Local Groton and Dunstable Scholarships - Click Here for list and applications.
Miscellaneous Regional Scholarships - Click Here for list and applications.
Military Night for G-D Hockey
The 8th annual Military Night high school varsity hockey match-up between Groton-Dunstable and North Middlesex will be Saturday, February 2nd, 2019 at 5:45PM at The Groton School, Groton, Ma.
Both MIAA varsity hockey teams invite all those who have served our armed forces to attend in honor.
The teams will pay special tribute to U.S.M.C. Sgt. Wm. J. Woitowicz, a 2009 GD graduate, who died in battle in the Afghanistan War and was posthumously awarded the Silver Star. Funds raised at the game will go to the Marine Raider Foundation in honor of Sgt. Woitowicz. Promotional materials will also be available at the game for supporting the Veteran Service Garden Brick Benefit. The Brick Benefit is part of the Groton Dunstable Field Renovation project and aims to place the names of all Veterans who’ve attended Groton Dunstable Regional High School on brick pavers that will adorn the future Veteran Service Garden at the new field.
Parents of Juniors
Wednesday February 27th, 6pm in the Black Box
The G-D Guidance Department will be hosting a College Info Night for junior parents.
Hear about the application process and how to help your students prepare.
** there will not be financial information presented at this meeting**
Travel Opportunities 2019-2020
Student Travel Opportunities
EF Tours options:
- Panama; Cost $3,200.00; February 2020
- To register or get more information visit https://www.eftours.com/tour-website/2137917MHor
see Mr. Rocheleau or Ms. Salemme
- Peru; Cost $4,445.00; February 2020
- To register or get more information visit https://www.eftours.com/tour-website/2139392MXor
see Ms. Penchansky
- South Africa; Cost $5,085.00; April 2020
- To register or get more information visit https://www.eftours.com/tour-website/2149969EEor
see Mr. Reid or Ms. McHugh
-Spain: Cost $4095.00: April 2020
- This tour is only available to members of the Chamber Choir next year. See Mr. Savoy
- Germany, Austria, Italy; Cost $3265; July 2020
- To register or get more information visithttps://www.explorica.com/My-Account/My-Tours/TourCenter.aspx
or see Mr. Arena.
- Costa Rica Exchange; Cost Estimated $1,500.00; Summer 2020 and host February 2021.
See Mrs. Liebold for more information.
Music Honor Society Roundup by Taryn Emerle (2020)
This past Friday, MHS hosted our second Open Mic Night of the year with many especially unique acts. From a mother-daughter duet to an instrumental adaptation of Mo Bamba, it’s safe to say these Open Mics have something for everyone.
As the first Open Mic Night of the New Year, it brought in a few first time performers, one of them being sophomore Jadyn Correia. “It was way more fun than I expected. I usually get nervous for this type of thing but since it’s all my friends in the audience it’s a really great environment to perform in” said Jadyn of the event.
Looking ahead, there are many more chances to see the talented students of GD’s music program perform. The next is the GD Chamber Choir’s "Fun"-Raiser, which will feature Chamber, Jazz Band and two local bands along with a silent auction, food and more. This will be taking place on Saturday, March 30 from 6-10 pm at Devens Common Center, so be sure to come out and support the music program!