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North Adams School Building Committee OKs Ed Profile, Enrollment

Cote's education profile and design enrollment projections for the proposed school project were approved by the committee. Assistant Superintendent Kimberly Roberts-Morandi said the documents were expected to be submitted to the Massachusetts School Building Authority by the end of the month.

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North Adams Takes First Step in Greylock School Project

The Massachusetts School Building Authority invited the city into the eligibility stage last December and there were plans for the building committee to begin its work by spring. But this was cut short by the arrival of the novel coronavirus and the process was put on hold.

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North Adams School Officials Talk Next Steps in Greylock Project

While Greylock School has been accepted into the first steps of a school renovation program, it will take years for the process to play out.

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MSBA Invites Greylock School Into Eligibility Phase for Renovations

The Massachusetts School Building Authority Board of Directors voted at its meeting on Wednesday to invite the North Adams Public Schools into the first step of the school building process.

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Mount Greylock Celebrates Building that 'Reflects Its Greatness'

Everyone who spoke recognized that the new Mount Greylock was the result of countless hours of volunteer effort and the support of voters in Lanesborough and Williamstown. And all acknowledged that while a new building is important, it is just part of the school's story.

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Wahconah Regional School Project Goes to Voters Saturday

The voters will have the ultimate say, in the first of what could be a two-stage vote in the member towns. A positive vote on Saturday will commit the district to the new Wahconah, with an estimated local price tag of about $42 million, after the Massachusetts School Building Authority determines its ultimate level of participation.

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Wahconah High Officials Show Deficiencies With Current Building

But look behind the scenes, and the nearly 60-year-old building has issues, issues that Central Berkshire Regional School District officials hope to address with a new high school.

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School Officials Updating Greylock Elementary's MSBA Application

The roof leaks, the windows weep, parts of the school are cool and others are hot and a water line to the outdated boiler's kept open with a clothespin. That's only scratching the surface.

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