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|Mount Greylock High Curriculum Leader Named Principal
"Mary's experience and communication style personify the attributes of a capable, forward-thinking leader." — Rose Ellis
School Regionalization Study Proceeding With Mount Greylock
"There is no intention to shut down a school." — Carrie Greene.
Letters: Principal's Departure Lacks News Coverage
Where are the teachers' opinions? The students' voices? The parents' questions?
Mount Greylock High Principal Leaving
"Regrettably, Dr. Kurty will be resigning at the end of June. We wish Jack and his family the best during this challenging time." — Rose Ellis
Mount Greylock School Awards Students, Staff
Principal Jack Kurty recognized 12 Mount Greylock students and two staff members with Greylock Way awards.
Lanesborough Wants More Maintenance In Mt. Greylock Budget
"This budget reflects what I call guarded stability." — Superintendent Rose Ellis
Williamstown Panel Rebuffs School's Request for More Funds
"We paid $150,000 over our assessment to Greylock — a lot of years back. ... The feeling was we never wanted to do that again." — K. Elaine Neely
Mount Greylock Asking Williamstown for a Little Extra
The rub is that even if the voters of Williamstown wanted to approve the expenditure, it was not immediately clear on Tuesday night whether the district could accept it.
Mount Greylock Regionalization Group Holds First Meeting
"It may come down to educational and administrative benefits. There may be some savings, but it may not be astronomical."
Mount Greylock Committee Trying Again for School Project
The district was disappointed last fall when the latest in a series of applications failed to win the district a spot in the MSBA's funding program.
Williamstown Boards Have Heavy Schedule Tuesday
The town has three meetings running concurrently at 7 p.m. in two different locations.
Mount Greylock Students Collect Toys To Help Children Through Tough Times
"They're just like good friends to have, almost. You can always cry with your stuffed animal and play with them." — Kat Chenail
Mount Greylock High Talks Security, Touts Student-Athletes
"It's a very difficult and sad week for so many of us." — Rose Ellis
Williams Writing Program Supports Mount Greylock Students
"During the first two semesters, more than 20 students have reached out and accepted support from Studio 1781." — Kate Brown
Mount Greylock Panel Mulls School's Big, Small Pictures
"Really, we should worry about how the building is impeding our ability to advance or execute our curriculum." — Carolyn Greene
Mount Greylock Gets 6-Week Reprieve From NEASC
"I talked to the director [of NEASC], and she said their concern was that nothing had been done on the building for a number of years." — Rose Ellis
Mount Greylock School Will Resubmit Proposal to MSBA
"What we'll do is talk to officials in the MSBA and talk to our state representatives and see what we can do to strengthen our case," — Carrie Greene 2 Comments
Mount Greylock School Election Causes Confusion
"She can write a letter declining the position, and then it would go to the next top vote-getter." — Town Clerk Judith Gallant
Lanesborough Sets High School Presentation, Special Town Meeting
"We would like to advertise the fact that were giving the presentation in Lanesborough." — Mark Schiek
Williamstown Finance Panel Gets School Project Update
"We may not be in the category of overcrowding, but we're right up there as far as buildings falling apart." — David Backus 1 Comment
Mount Greylock Panel Prepping Presentation on New School
"My sense is that once you're on the agenda, you're on your way." — Mount Greylock Superintendent Rose Ellis 1 Comment
Mount Greylock School Candidate Urges Votes for Opponents
"What I have decided to do and have ended up doing is promoting the two other candidates." — Sheila Hebert
Mount Greylock Celebrates Spirit Week With Pep Rally
"It all escalates to Friday afternoon." — Hank Barrett
Mount Greylock High Adams Scholarship Winners 2012
Twenty students at Mount Greylock Regional High School were named John and Abigail Adams Scholars based on their MCAS scores. 1 Comment
Mount Greylock High Garden Offers Harvest of Learning
"I find that working in a community garden makes you feel a respect for food, and that you can't take the food you eat for granted." — Evelyn Mahon
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