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Adams-Cheshire Starts Agreement Amendment Process

The antiquated agreement was created in the mid-1960s when the regional district formed. The towns hadn't paid too much attention to the document until this past year, when budgeting woes led to the closure of Cheshire Elementary School over the protestations of Cheshire officials and residents. The smaller town was outmatched by Adams in voting strength.

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Mount Greylock Committee to Weigh Minor Changes to Regionalization Proposal

Although the Williamstown School Committee would continue to exist through the end of fiscal 2018, the focus of the district would shift to the transition committee if both towns approve regionalization at concurrent special town meetings.

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Adams-Cheshire Moving Away From 'Tracked Class' Model

Superintendent Robert Putnam told the School Committee on Monday that the district has broken away from the idea of keeping classes homogeneous and now will now bring children of different capabilities together in Grades 4-7.

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Adams-Cheshire Hiring Facilitator for Regional Agreement Review

The Adams-Cheshire Regional School Committee will hire a representative to facilitate the school district agreement amendment process.

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