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|Mount Greylock Committee Decides on Addition/Renovation Plan
"The message we should be giving to kids is: Try to reuse as much as you can as you go through life." — Robert Ericson
Mount Greylock School Committee to Pick Project at Thursday Meeting
The School Committee has the final say on which — if any — option goes to the MSBA and moves on to the schematic design phase of development.
Potential Disruption of Mount Greylock Renovation Raises Concerns
The impact on education — in the near future and decades down the road — remains a high priority.
Mount Greylock Building Project's Tax Impact Discussed
"I think it's very conservatively estimated. I hope this is a 'no greater than' number. That was our goal." — Hugh Dailey
Mount Greylock School Building Committee Narrows Design Options
"What we're really talking about is building a great building that people can thrive in." — Wendy Penner
Mount Greylock Building Committee Adds Renovation Option
"This was our attempt to find a middle ground. And [MSBA] applauded that." — Trip Elmore
Mount Greylock Grads Told: Don't Stop Complainin'
"We've been lucky enough to be blessed with such an amazing staff here at Mount Greylock." — Ian Brink
Mount Greylock Narrows Building Concepts to Three
"R1 seems to me like a real unknown." — Carolyn Greene
Mount Greylock Graduation Speakers Selected
Ian Scott Brink was selected by the class of 2015, and Jacqueline Elizabeth van Slycke was selected by the school's faculty.
Mount Greylock District Whittling Down School Options
"If it's not going to solve your educational options for the next 50 years, they will not consider it." — Trip Elmore
Lanesborough FinCom Will Support Mount Greylock Budget Request
"I am really disappointed the Finance Committee didn't back the Selectmen." Henry "Hank" Sayers
Williams Grant Recipients Show Off Fruits of Their Labor
"We never pretend the students we educate come from nowhere and we invent them." — Adam Falk
Mount Greylock Building Committee Sees Potential Designs
"This is a first round pass at sketch concepts." — Bob Bell
Lanesborough Selectmen Vote To Short Mount Greylock Budget Request
"I believe you already have the money for the after school bus and the meetings." — Hank Sayers
Neal Recognizes Mount Greylock Student Artist
"I want people to see it so we can all take satisfaction in Anya's moment." — U.S. Rep. Richard Neal
Lanesborough Concerned With Enrollment Projections For Mount Greylock Project
"I don't want the taxpayers of Lanesborough to carry the burdens of other towns." — Selectman Henry "Hank" Sayers
Mount Greylock School Building Committee Talks Building Sites
It was clear that three of the options were favored by the majority of the committee members present.
Mount Greylock Building Project Moving Quickly, Seeking Input
"What we have to do once again is reach out very aggressively." — Paula Consolini
Lanesborough Selectmen Unhappy With Mount Greylock Budget Increases
"We have to draw a line somewhere." — Henry Sayers
Lanesborough FinCom Voices Concern With Educational Spending
"I am not in favor of supporting a Mount Greylock budget at this time." — Ronald Tinkham
Mount Greylock Building Committee Holds Public Workshop
"We've been getting the voices of all the various constituent groups — students, parents, teachers, community members..." — Mary MacDonald
Williamstown Forums Focus on Elections, Mount Greylock Building Project
"The best way to proceed with this project is to have as many voices as possible contribute." — Principal Mary MacDonald
Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Pick: 'Commitment to Education' in Towns
"Had I landed at any one of them, I could have done well. Union 71 and Mount Greylock resonated with me the most." — Douglas Dias
Mount Greylock Regional Hosts Wellness Fair
Fresh fruits and vegetables were on the menu at Mount Greylock Regional School on Tuesday afternoon, but not the way you might think.
Williamstown-Lanesborough Elementaries OK Superintendent Contract
After an approximately 45-minute executive session to review the contract, the five committee members reconvened and voted on the agreement.