You are cordially invited to the seventh grade Medieval Fair on the morning of June 14 from 9:30 to 11:30 on the practice field behind the school. Your child is busily preparing for their role and will be educating and entertaining you with their living history museum.
In order to ensure a high level of security in our systems, and in compliance with upcoming Payment Card Industry standards, as of July 1, 2017, Finalsite will no longer support TLS 1.0. Users with browsers older than IE11, Chrome 22, Firefox 27, Safari 7, and Safari Mobile 5 will not be be able to access secure Finalsite hosted content. Our reporting indicates that this is less than 1% of users who visit Finalsite websites.
In this issue:
Building Project Update |
Chromebook Success at Greylock |
Administration Address Recent Behavior Trend |
New Coding Opportunity at Greylock |
Gym Classes Relocated Due to Construction |
Interview with Isabel Northington |
Interview with Alexander Davis |
Movie: Logan |
Track, Tennis, Softball, Baseball, Lacrosse |
Funs & Games:
Lateral Thinking Problems & Sudoku
Sand Springs is getting ready for the summer season at the pool in Williamstown and is ready to launch its 2017 Teacher Recognition Award. This award is given to up to four teachers in the Northern Berkshires/Southern Vermont region for each teacher's family to enjoy a season membership at Sand Springs.
Join kinetic Teach this summer to find out how social media is changing the face of American politics. In this class we will investigate the different methods of storytelling that politicians and media figures use to explain and influence how we interpret current events, and how social media platforms are letting new voices join the story.
The after school homework help/tutoring program comes to a conclusion this week. The last week of classes at Williams College signals the end of the program for the year. Many thanks to all the Mount Greylock students and the Williams College tutors who participated.