|Rudolf Steiner School Fourth-Graders Poetry to Publish|
"This class really loves to write, and they are really writing. I was impressed by the quality of work coming out of our fourth-graders." — Kirsten Suberg
|Drury High Senior Citizen Prom Set for May 21|
The 20th Drury High School Senior Citizen's Prom will take place at the school's gymnasium on Tuesday, May 21, from 5 to 8 p.m.
|Berkshire Bank Foundation Awards 8 Scholarships|
"These students embody our values as a company and share in our commitment to making our communities a better place to live, work, and play." — Peter J. Lafayette
|BArT Announces Second Trimester Honor Roll|
Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter Public School announced the honor roll for the second trimester of the 2012-2013 school year.
|Hoosac Valley Students See Future At Career Fair|
"If we have kids thinking about the kind of jobs they want in 8th grade, then maybe they'll then think of the kind of schools they'll want to go to." — Vinnie Regan
|Holocaust Survivor to Speak at Clarksburg School|
This year's presentation, "I Am A Yellow Star," includes more than 250 artifacts from the Holocaust and World War II.
|Williams College Children Center Kids Visits NAFD|
"We love when the kids come in, it's a good time to teach them." — Matt Davis
|Pine Cobble Pupils Recognized in State Writing Competition|
"I'm thrilled for these students. Writing well requires taking risks. It demands a thoughtful creative process and extensive editing." — Sue Wells
|Mount Greylock High Hosts Music, Environment Residency|
"This residency and collaboration is a tremendous opportunity for our students and school community ... ." — Kate Caton
|Clarksburg Pupils Participate in Bike to School Day|
"This is wonderful. This is a good, fresh start to getting healthier kids into our school system." — state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi
|Three Educators Honored At MCLA Award Ceremony|
"Most of all I wanted to say this job of teaching is a love and if you don't love it, you're not in the right job." — Carol Ide
|The Independent Investor: Online Education Is Not a Panacea|
Back in 2002, only 34.5 pecent of colleges offered online courses; today that figure has grown to 62.4 percent.
|Williamstown Elementary Finances in Good Shape|
"They're doing some tremendous work in our building on small things, mechanicals. ... The building is getting greener and greener." — Rose Ellis
|Bay State Summer Games Registration Now Open |
The Massachusetts Amateur Sports Foundation announced that registration for the 2013 Bay State Summer Games is now open.