1. Today is Friday, April 6. The National Weather Service predicts sunny skies and a high temperature of 53 degrees. The low will drop to 35 degrees tonight.
2. Middle school students were given a survey on Thursday asking what sports and extra curricular activities they are interested in. Superintendent Paul Kadri has been meeting with a group of two representatives from each grade at each of the three middle schools. He said administrators would collect the data and review it. The students will talk about the transition process next.
3. Robert Pendolphi, the principal of , will become the principal of next year. The assignment of the current Cutler interim principal, Stephen Carboni, has not yet been finalized.
4. Groton Public Library has received about $7,100 from the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, according to a report by the town manager. The money will be used on technology to provide education and training, photo and film editing software and access to devices like Kindles.
5. will offer a Revolutionary War art exhibit from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on April 21 and 22. The exhibit will include paintings by David Wagner that depict the march to Yorktown by the French under General Rochambeau. Wagner painted the image depicting the Battle of Groton Heights, which hangs in the Groton City Municipal Building. The exhibit is free.