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North Adams Reconstitutes New Committee for School Project

The School Building Committee was re-established on Tuesday as the panel prepares to undertake a feasibility study for Brayton and Greylock schools that may mean reconsidering how the city's elementary schools are configured.

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North Adams School District Accepted Into MSBA Feasibility Phase

The focus, however, isn't on the nearly 70-year-old Greylock School building but on the estimated 500 children enrolled in Grades kindergarten through 8 at both Greylock and Brayton Elementary School.

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Brayton School 'Safe Routes' Project Set to Begin Next Year

A virtual public hearing on the Safe Routes to School project was held on Tuesday night. No one outside of state officials and press attended.

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MassDOT Holding Public Hearing in August for Brayton Project

The state Department of Transportation will hold a virtual public hearing on the Brayton Elementary School Improvements project on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at 7 p.m.

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North Adams School Committee OKs Funds for School Study, Passes Budget

The School Committee on Monday authorized the use of $300,000 from the school choice account to fund a feasibility study for Brayton School.

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North Adams School Officials Pursue Brayton Upgrades

The school district had been initially been selected by the MSBA in 2019 to consider a renovation or rebuild of Greylock School. But the state agency strongly advised against that after reviewing financial and enrollment data that questioned the need for three elementary schools.

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North Adams School Officials See Plans for Brayton Hill Improvements

The $622,000 project is part of the state Department of Transportation's Safe Routes to School initiative and is being funded through the Transportation Improvement Program.