State champs!

State champs!

The Boys Varsity Soccer players raise Coach Sean Wisbey on their shoulders. On November 19, the team achieved a goal that had been a dream since the last occurrence in 2001. After a tough game versus the two-time defending State Champions, Concord-Carlisle,  the Crusaders proved themselves proud with a 2-0 win. (CAPTION/PHOTO: Jennifer Johnson)

Duck, Dip, Dive and…Dodge

Duck, Dip, Dive and…Dodge

As one of the last senior team members left on the court, Michael Noeth aims at a teacher during the championship round of Friday’s after school dodgeball tournament. The senior team lost two out of the three games played against the staff team, who had never won before. “I thought that we played well this […]

London calling

London calling

Following the 2011 Music in the Parks competition in which it was awarded first place in each category, the GDRHS music program was invited by the Olympic Entertainment Organization to perform at the summer Olympic Games in London – the only group in the northeast to be invited. The trip then had to be approved […]

A liberating experience

A liberating experience

Competing against four vessels and winning best theme for their craft “The Liberty,” Sarah Fransisco and Delaney Coveno paddle on the Nashua River, as part of a project following their reading of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Their teacher, David Melpignano, took 42 American Literature students out on the Nashua to experience the thrill and the […]

Honoring Local Veterans

Honoring Local Veterans

Dean of Students Rick Arena places a medal around the neck of one of Groton’s World War II veterans, Frank Scimemi, on Wednesday November 9, 2011. Starting a new tradition, GDRHS welcomed retired service men and women to a Veterans Day assembly to honor the time they served our country. Also during the assembly, a […]

Pink gauntlet

Pink gauntlet

To kick off Pink Week, Latin teacher Carolyn Schold joins her colleagues to welcome students as they arrive on Monday morning. (PHOTO: Dan Roper)

Out of the red

Out of the red

Drama Guild members position themselves in front of Prescott School and encourage drivers to get their cars washed. The fundraiser was a success, raising $680 for their upcoming productions. (PHOTO: Kelly Cook)

Yerd alert

Yerd alert

At Herff Jones Camp Yearbook, held at Acton-Boxboro Regional High School, students keep balloons afloat as a metaphor to illustrate the importance of teamwork in creating a high quality publication. (PHOTO: Kelly Cook)