This letter is to let you know that I will begin the annual mandated screenings next Wednesday, January 17, 2018. At this time, I will be screening BMI, posture, vision and hearing. The purpose of the screenings are to find early signs of possible problems in students. This is not a diagnostic service but rather a screening to identify young people who should have further medical evaluation.
The after-school homework help/tutoring program, sponsored by Williams College, will resume on Monday, January 8. The program will meet in room N313 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 pm until 4:00 pm. The January session will run from January 8 through January 25, 2018.
Students and families – please check the lost and found yellow box of missing articles of clothing and shoes. Items not retrieved by January 10 will be sorted and distributed to the Berkshire Immigration Center and the Goodwill.
We spoke with the bus company today, and they informed us that yesterday's freezing temperatures were difficult for getting buses up and running. If frigid temperatures and predicted accompanying wind chills hold true for Friday, buses will unlikely be able to run. In the event that happens, we will be in touch via robocall to cancel school, but we want to give some advance notice today so you are able to have contingency plans in place should we need to call a freeze-day on Friday.
Purchase a season pass to winter athletic contests in the Main Office or at any home basketball contest. Pass will admit holder to any of the 19 regular season basketball contests hosted by Mount Greylock (At MCLA) as well as the Mountie Wrestling Invitational.
Do you have a junior or senior in your household? Have you not received the monthly guidance bulletin, or have you misplaced them and wish to remember important announcements? Wishing you had the list of scholarships that are available, or opportunities and events that help destress the college process?
Well, guidance has archived their past bulletins!