Attention students and teachers! 
Curious things are happening in the library....

For starters, we've painted a green screen in one of the project rooms!  
Take your video projects to the next level.  
Are you a maker, a tinkerer, a curious learner? 

The library is looking to grow, promote and encourage student driven learning during and after school.  

Thanks to a generous grant from the Commissioners of Trust in Groton 
we will be renovating the conference room adjacent to the library for creative project making over the summer.

Recent Announcements

  • What's new in the library!
  • Check out the winners of the 2016 Top 10 Teen Fiction Books If you're looking for a new book to read, these recommendations are a great place to begin.  You can find them all at the GDRHS library. 
    Posted Oct 20, 2016, 6:38 AM by Kelly McManus
  • Free Audio Books All Summer Long Every week 2 new books are available for free to download. Each week a fiction book is paired with a non-fiction book.  Lots of great current and classic titles this year.  Check it out at
    Posted May 5, 2016, 5:52 PM by Kelly McManus
  • New audiobooks and ebooks NEW! Access360 - ebooks and audiobooks -download the app and get ebooks and audio books streamed to your mobile device.
    Posted Jan 6, 2016, 10:15 AM by Kelly McManus
  • TEDxYouth@GDRHS date announced! Mark Your Calendars!Friday, March 25, 2016 GDRHS will host our first TEDx event!For more information or to apply to be a speaker please go to the official TEDxYouthGDRHS website.
    Posted Dec 22, 2015, 5:32 AM by Kelly McManus
  • Read anything AWESOME? There are now 2 ways to return your books to the library: the regular book return box for regular books that were - you know, just ok; and the AWESOME BOX for returning books that blew your mind, were helpful, entertaining, or in a word, just plain awesome
    Posted Oct 6, 2015, 5:54 AM by Kelly McManus
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