Groton School Peabody Press October 2015
Beyond the Circle with Days of Service


Groton students participated in two Community Days of Service in recent weeks, visiting nearby locations to garden, perform, teach, play, and otherwise take a helpful step outside the Groton Circle. continued



Alumni Games Move to St. Mark's Day

Return to Groton November 14 for Alumni Games!

We've scheduled Alumni Games for St. Mark's Day, so you can play hockey, soccer, or squash with your fellow alumni, then cheer on our teams against St. Mark's. Double the nostalgia! Join faculty and former faculty for lunch at noon, and there's time for a tour of the new Schoolhouse too.

Check out the schedule of events or the Alumni Games Facebook page. All games are coed.

Eden Self Albanese '00 explains why she returns repeatedly for Alumni Games. "Coming back to Groton each year for Alumni Games is a way to relive the glory days on the ice, but also a way to reconnect with fellow athletes and beloved faculty," she says. Grabbing a jersey from Jim brings the same excitement for game day as it did when I was a student. I'm a little slower on the skates these days, but just as excited to suit up and take the ice."

Please let us know if you plan to attend. RSVP here.




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» Painting the Ice

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Groton Trivia

This Month's Question
When was the first issue of the Circle Voice published?

Submit your answer here. The winner, chosen at random from correct entries, will receive a Groton T-shirt.

Last Month's Question
We asked approximately how high the Schoolhouse's new Forum area is. It's more than fifty feet high, and Grace Park '86, P'19 won with a close guess of fifty-five feet.




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Groton Assistant Head Chosen to Lead
Dana Hall



Groton School congratulates Assistant Head of School Katherine Bradley, who has been appointed the new head of Dana Hall School in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Ms. Bradley joined Groton School as a Latin teacher in 2001 and became assistant head in 2011. She has influenced numerous students as teacher, dorm head, and advisor, and has recruited and mentored many Groton teachers.

As Groton's assistant head, Ms. Bradley has helped manage a variety of day-to-day operations, from residential life and the Deans' Office to the Health Center and academic, athletic, and counseling departments. Over the years, she has taught all levels of Latin and Greek and headed the Classics Department. She continues, now, to teach Latin and head a dorm. In fact, "Bradley's Dorm" has been a Groton School fixture for nine years. continued

 


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Calendar

October 30-November 1, 2015
Parents Weekend


November 14, 2015
St. Mark's Day and
Alumni Games Day


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During 18 years teaching at Groton, Bob Gula became known for the General Knowledge Tests that he created and proctored each spring. Test your knowledge with questions from 1984:

1. Who was the first president to preside over all fifty states?

2. Who in Greek mythology stole fire from the gods and gave it to man?

3. John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, is better known to us as ______.

4. How many zeroes are there in a trillion?

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