Dear Mount Greylock Family,
This has been a long week with Monday's news that Marj Keeley passed away over the weekend. Since 1999, Marj has taught Latin at Mount Greylock and been a vibrant figure in school, advising the Junior Classical League, Student Council, the Class of 2012, and innumerable independent studies and senior projects. Marj's infectious laugh and ready smile brought cheer to the various corridors she occupied over the years. Marj knew everyone, and everyone knew her.
From the Berkshire Eagle: 'She was more than just a teacher': Mount Greylock community mourns loss of Marjorie Keeley | "She was a smiling face in the center corridor. Everyone knew who Mrs. Keeley was," said Greylock Principal Mary MacDonald. "We've lost the light that she brought to us. She's going to be missed greatly."
Project 351 | Curating a Culture of Respect | Greek Festival | Constitutional Debates | Athlete of the Week | Robotics First | MG Bowlers | Spanish Club adoption | Baseball Coach Hall of Fame | Building Project Recognition | Mark your calendars
Williams College Fellows will be on their post-Winter Study break; consequently, the after school homework help/tutoring program will not meet next week. The program will resume in full force starting on February 6, 2017.
Please remember that construction activities continue to evolve. It's important for all members of the school community, driving on campus, to follow the designated traffic routes, flow, and procedures.
This letter is to let you know that the annual mandated screenings will take place the first two full weeks in February. At this time, I will be screening body mass index (BMI), posture, vision and hearing. The purpose of the screenings are to find early signs of possible problems in grade school students. This is not a diagnostic service but rather a screening to identify young people who should have further medical evaluation.
iBerkshires: Mount Greylock Building Committee Applauds Staff's Efforts | Robert Ericson, a Lanesborough selectman and former member of the School Committee who serves on the SBC's facilities working group, told his colleagues that he did not think people realized how much work Jesse Wirtes and the custodial crew do...