Despite a slight shake up in the administrative team, Adams Cheshire Regional School District is ready for the new school year to begin, say officials.
Peter Bachli's departure this week to lead Morris Elementary School in Lenox has caused some more shifting around as the school district consolidates its grades from three schools to two.
The tri-district knows it is will have an increase in costs for central office but at this point, they aren't sure what that'll be.
The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee has hired an architect to help plot out the future of the central office. The new building project does not include space for the administration and that will be closed down next year.
The interim superintendent of the Lanesborough-Williamstown public schools sought Tuesday evening to allay concerns about the stability of the central administration.
Kim Grady said that despite the appearance of uncertainty at the top of the administration, the Tri-District is on solid ground.