I would like to wish all of you a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. I would like to thank the many parents and students that help make our high school one of the best in the area. Our GHS community is strong because of the efforts of our faculty, staff, parents and students. I hope that the next few days are enjoyable as you spend time with family and friends.


I would like to recognize and thank Mrs.Mary Cembrola, librarian for her many years of dedicated service to Grafton High School. Mrs. Cembrola began working at GHS in September 1998 and she has developed our library program into one that students and staff can access in a variety of ways to accommodate their needs.  We wish Mrs. Cembrola and her family the very best as she retires from the Grafton Public School system.



Last week we held a school-wide advisory which focused on Health and Stress related topics. There were many positive conversations during this time and we hope to engage students in other activities that focus on their health and address at the same time any concerns that they might have as it relates to school or other areas.


Thank you to Mrs. Lachapelle and Mrs. R. Bailey and Student Council for hosting for the second year in a row the Special Olympics Bocce Tournament. It was a very successful event and many hours of planning went into it. Also, congratulations to the students that participated in this event!



ATTENTION!! Parents of Juniors and Seniors

Your help is needed to work on the fundraising and planning for the BonVoyage graduation party, Friday, June 5th  into early morning June 6, 2015 (10:00p.m.-5:00a.m.). This is an annual parent sponsored event for our graduating seniors and the need for volunteers is critical.

The first meeting will be combined with the Together We Can town committee to assist with the fundraising effort and committee assignments at the Grafton High School Commons on  January 6, 2015 at 7:00p.m.



Please read the information submitted below from Mr. Graves regarding student achievement in his Manufacturing classes. Congratulations to the students for their outstanding work and to Mr. Graves for helping them with their accomplishments!


Larry Zwicker, 11th grader at GHS submitted a photo of his work to Highland Hardwoods, our wood supplier in New Hampshire.  I was just up there last week and they were amazed at the quality craftsmanship shown in the project.  They were also thrilled that the raw materials were supplied by them. Hats off to Larry for his outstanding work as well as his initiative to submit the photo for publication.

Alexander Smith, 12th grader at GHS  has a photo of one of his cutting boards featured on Highland Hardwoods website and the project section.  This is the second student to submit work and have a project featured.  Kids are producing quality projects and learning how to share their outstanding work for all to see.

Check it out at


Or at my blog page



Death By Chocolate

Congratulations to the cast & crew of Death By Chocolate! The students both on stage and behind the scenes worked very hard to put on a very successful show!  Thank you to the following students for all of their efforts: Aoife Croucher, Claudia Cruz, Troy Kubilis, Austin Bailey, Lauren Esper, Ben Lubeck, Izzy Edwards, Chelsey Deranian, Teddy Kiritsy, Ashley Scarlett, Jake Sandakly, Owen Edwards, Jimmy Brawn, Kyra Chevalier, Anna Esper, David Paluzzi, Nicole Parsons, Jeremy Shorr, Grace Alimo, Michael Dow, Matt Fraser, Jessica Guertin, Chris King, Marisa Perkins, Omar Sandakly, Ian Scarlett, Amy Brennan, Traci DeBatis, Ashley Iovieno, Mary Theresa Cuzzupe, Kelsey Foran, Taylor O’Connor, Bailey Conkey, Julia Bonner.


Also, thank you to Meghan(Patrick)Montaner, Director for her efforts in working with our students. Also, thank you to all of the parent volunteers for help with putting this production on at  our school.



We wish the best of luck to our cheerleaders as they compete in the State Cheerleading Tournament in Lowell today! They have won the league and regional tournaments over the past two weeks.


We wish the best of the luck to the football team as they play Millbury in the annual Thanksgiving Day football game at GHS at 10:00a.m.! The winner will take home the annual Lions Club Trophy which is sponsored by both Millbury and Grafton Lions Club members.


Monday, November 25th- Day 6 (6-7-1-2-3)

Tuesday, November 26th- Day 7 (7-3-4-5-6)


Wednesday, November 26th- Friday, November 28th- Thanksgiving Break


Monday, December 1st- Day 1 (1-2-3-4-5)

Winter Sports begin


Tuesday, December 2nd- Day 2 (2-5-6-7-1)


Wednesday, December 3rd- Day 3 (3-4-5-6-7)

6:00p.m.-School Council meeting in library


Thursday, December 4th- Day 4 (4-6-7-1-2)

Co-curricular club pictures in Auditorium beginning at 8:00a.m.


Friday, December 5th- Day 5 (5-1-2-3-4)


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