Mount Greylock Posts First Quarter Honor Roll for 2021

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional School has posted the names of those students making the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2021-22 school year. 
 
Total school enrollment is 526 and 326, or 62 percent, have made honor roll for the first quarter.
 

Honor Roll

Grade 12
Zoe Armet, Henry Art, Aidan Barnes, Jordyn Beaulieu, Adriel Benko, Edward Brannan, William Broadwell,
Jillian Bump, Jack Catelotti, Cayden Conry, Christian Doucette, Maisie Dufour, Diego Galvez, Ryan
Goss, Jonah Hane, Conor Harrison, Luca Hirsch, Simon Klompus, Madison MacHaffie, Preston Maruk,
Catherine McAllister, Karissa McInerney, Eleanor McPartland, Jamie-Lee Meintjes, Isaiah Mejias, Livia
Morales, Teague Murphy, Derek Paris, Tej Patel, Jamie Rhinemiller, Lily Rorke, Sarah Sample, Emma
Sandstrom, Piper Schulman, Alayna Schwarzer, Mackenzie Sheehy, Josephine Smith, Christian Sullivan,
Katherine Swann, Rona Wang, Anthony Welch, and Malina Woodbury.
 
Grade 11
Ainsley Abel, Arsil Ahmad, Bryn Angelini, Annabelle Art, Seamus Barnes, Elizabeth Bertolino, Matthew
Bertolino, Henrik Bingemann, Marguerite Brody, Elena Caplinger, Matteo Gabriel Chang, Hannah
Chase, Cailean Fippinger, Lainey Gill, Emma Gilooly, Emma Gray, Arthur Greenfield, Ezra Holzapfel,
Aiden Hoogs, Lucy Igoe, Lily Jayko, Juliet Kornell, Seth Lillie, Clarissa Louis, Elliot Louis, Wren Mangano, Will
Marsh, Maxwell McAlister, Patrick McConnell, Altan McIntosh, Olivia McKeon, Zenalyssa Packer, Beatrice
Pedroni, Christiane Rech, Brodi Rosier, Foster Savitsky, Noah Shin, Jennah Simpson, Euphemia Skinner,
Elizabeth Smith, Molly Sullivan, Rose Sutter, Kamryn Sweet, Jacob Thompson, Samuel Tucker-Smith,
Daniel Warren, Elissa Wong, and Tyler Woodbury.
 
Grade 10
Marlee Alpi, Ava Anagnos, Lex Anagnos, Thomas Art, Jude Bakija, Phoebe Barnes, Jude Barzousky, Liam
Berryman, Mirabel Boyer, Jacqueline Brannan, Emma Brennan, Dominic Carnevale, Hans Chundekad,
Sylvie Clowes, Lila Cohen-McFall, Paul Dale, Julia DeChaine, Benjamin Dingman, Karlie Dowling, Emily
Dupuis, Olivia Filiault, Belen Galvez, Anabel Gonzales, Louis Gotlieb, Che Guerra, Emma Kate Hane, Mia
Harding, Phoebe Hughes, Jason Jaros, Talia Kapiloff, Erin Keating, Ryan Keating, Florentina Klingenberg,
Luka Lash-St. John, Caleb Low, Savanna Mabey, Cecilia Malone, Grace Malone, Penelope Markeas,
Lily McDermott, Quinn McDermott, Lucy McWeeny, Emily Mole, Catherine Moriarty, George Munemo,
Dylan Nevarez, Maggie Nichols, Emily Ouellette, Gianna Pesce, Andrew Petropulos, Owen Petropulos,
Alexa Politis, Gabriella Quagliano, Quinlan Repetto, Anya Robinson, Declan Rogers, Kadi Rosier, Mason
Sayers, Abigail Scialabba, Jasmine Skorupski, Parker Smith, Oliver Swabey, Jamie Sweren, Celia
Szczepaniak, Macy Tidmarsh, Vincent Welch, Marcus Whalen-Loux, and Grace Winters.
 
Grade 9
Hope Abriel, Marshall Baya, Jayne Beringer, Oliver Bingemann, Claire Burrow, Aleksei Chang, Efrem
Chen, Charlotte Coody, Olivia Cook, Ava Costa, Vera de Jong, Mia Filiault, Katherine Goss, Gavin
Hetherington, Chase Hoey, Charlotte Holubar, William Igoe, Jaclynn Kastrinakis, Caliegh Kiernan, Noah
Klompus, Solana Lash-St. John, Kelsey MacHaffie, Mila Marcisz, Rafael Mellow-Bartels, Cameron Miller,
Arthur Millet, Liam Noyes, Mai O'Connor, Natalia Palestino, Mia Patrick, Natalie Pesce, Jackson Powell,
Erik Powell-Bechtel, Polly Rhie, Julian Rudin, Maire Scanlon, Devika Sharma, Katherine Shelsy, Simon Shin,
Alec Sills, Ezekiel Singer, Niara Steward, Knowl Stroud, Kylie Sweren, Anna Wang, Cole Wetherell, Cael
Whaley, and Micah Zasada.
 
Grade 8
Addison Abel, William Apotsos, Madison Barber, Mae Bergstresser, Nolan Booth, Teigan Brady, Alexander
Briggs, Mason Canata, Molly Cangelosi, Paige Cangelosi, Adriana Carasone, Ava Charbonneau,
William Cortes, Madelyn Craig, Everett Crowe, Madison Drake, Ruby Dufour, Maxwell Easton, Frances
Evans, Kylee Hubby, Maxwell Killam, Maximilian Klingenberg, Violet Kornell, Alexander Labendz, Nora
Lopez, Amelia Madrigal, Krishiv Malhotra, Piper Mathews, Matthew McCormick, Luca Mellow-Bartels,
Traivon Moore, Thomas Morton, Roman Nixon, Natasha Nugent, Akosh Olchvary, Audrianna Pelkey,
Madison Powell, Yeshe Gutschow Rai, Isabel Sayers, Indira Semon Pike, Jacob Shelsy, Lincoln Simpson,
Dana Taylor, Honor Tidmarsh, Charlotte Noelle Towler, Peyton Trivette, Jack Uhas, Thomas Warren,
Mateo Whalen-Loux, Antonia Wied, Ella Wieneke, Ellie Xu, and Taylor Ziemba.
 
Grade 7
Esme Aalberts, Abbe Ali-Nixon, Charlotte Amann-Sulzmann, Zamir Ashraf, Nolan Barnes, Everett Bayliss,
Hayden Berryman, Anthony Bianchi, Shaelyn Breault, Nathaniel Brody, Patrick Cancilla, Stella Carnevale,
Tate Carothers, Addison Cart, Cassidy Cohen-McFall, Caiomhe Conry, Sophia Cook, Leah Cooper,
Gabriela Cortes, Mai Dekel, Haydn Derby, Tessa Dupee, Addison Eakin, Olivia Eakin, Sara Ehle, Anna
Garnish, Rose Gregg, Sabine Guerra, Ashlyn Hayden, Delaney Hayden, Aero Higdon-Topaz, Maia
Higgins, Patrick Holland, Lillian Howe, Benjamin Kapiloff, Timothy Karampatsos, Nathan Keating, Karolina
Klinger, Grant Landy, Coralea Lash-St. John, Brandon LaVigne, Adele Low, Anna MacPherson, Corey
McConnell, Kayla Miller, Claire Morin, Cade Morrell, Bryce Mullally, Aodhan Murphy, Jin Namkoong,
Gabriella Nicastro, Kyra Panetti, Addison Pause, Marley Pesce, Miles Primmer, Reese Raymond, Emery
Rotter, Rutledge Skinner, Leo Slater Lee, Cassidy Smith, Maxwell States, Nora Stricker, Nolan Stuebner,
Cornelia Swabey, Paige Tudor, Luca Waldman, Stella Waynick, and Zoe Woo.

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Berkshire Health Group to See 8 Percent Rate Hike in FY23

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
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The board was advised by a representative from Gallagher Benefit Services that a rate hike was prudent to account for inflated health costs and a rise in claims after a fall-off in people accessing providers for non-emergency services during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
The board's consultant recommended four possible courses of action: an 8 percent increase with no premium holiday, an 8 percent increase with a premium holiday, a 4 percent increase with the FY23 funding shortfall partially offset by the group's reserve or no premium increase with the increased FY23 costs entirely offset by reserves.
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