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Brooder Cam!

It's that time of year again!  The chickens have hatched in the K classes!  A special thanks to Old Yankee Farm for donating the eggs!  They donated a wide variety of breeds including some rare breeds: Crevecoeur, Orphington (Silver Partridge and Chocolate Mottled, 55 Flowery Hen, and Cream Legbar chickens).  Click the link below to see a live webcam link of the chicks in the Brooder!  We currently have 3 individuals who are offering to give them a forever home!

Click here for the Brooder Cam: https://youtu.be/EP0vstE3MAY

https://youtu.be/8HyHY66ll80 

https://youtu.be/dE6XaA-jSmw  (6/3/2019 7:30pm)  (Mic is on for this stream!)

 

Watch the Brooder Cam to check out the new baby chicks in our K classes!

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Congratulations to the MM Drama Club!

     Congratulations to the MM Drama Club, Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. DeMaio for all their hard work in putting on the "Seussical Kids!"  The shows were terriffic!  A recording of the performance will be available on GPS Channel 19 and Groton Public Schools Communications page sometime in the next couple of weeks!

Thank you to the MM Drama Club, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. DeMaio, and all our other volunteers for putting on a great show!

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Check out the MM Sensory Path!

      Thanks to the MM PTO, Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. Miner's hard work, Mary Morrisson now has a sensory path!  A sensory path is used by students (and staff :)) in many different ways.  Mainly, it helps students develop motor skills like balance, hand-eye coordination, and body awareness.  It also gives many of our students a sensory break from their busy days in school.  Students also use it to burn off some energy (like on rainy/snowy days) as they pass by on their way to Specials or Lunch.  Click here to see a sensory path at work!

Learn about our new sensory path!

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