Posted 02/17/2017 05:44PM
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.
Posted 02/17/2017 01:26PM
We're having a tag sale. Shop equipment, classroom furniture, and more...
Posted 02/15/2017 10:00AM
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."
Posted 02/10/2017 12:26PM
Mount Greylock's Scott Burdick named 2016 Western Mass. Boys Cross Country Coach of the Year
Posted 02/10/2017 10:59AM
Honor roll is posted for grades seven through twelve.
Posted 01/27/2017 02:28PM
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
Posted 01/27/2017 11:12AM
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.
Posted 01/26/2017 03:25PM
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.
Posted 01/26/2017 03:24PM
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.
Posted 01/19/2017 10:42AM
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...
Posted 01/13/2017 02:29PM
Students in high school classes in the core disciplines of math, science, social studies and world language will take mid-term assessments on January 19 and 20. Students who have more than one course in a core discipline will have the opportunity to schedule their additional assessment during a separate testing time.
Posted 01/13/2017 02:22PM
Greylock Talks: "Mathematical Biology" with Julie Blackwood [Video]
Posted 01/13/2017 02:21PM
On WilliNet: MGRHS Presents Greylock StoryTime with Melanie Suddiah [Video]
Posted 01/12/2017 02:00PM
Berkshire Eagle: The wins are plentiful on Steve Messina's resume, as are the four Western Massachusetts baseball titles. But for the newest member of the Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Association's Hall of Fame, the wins and losses at Mount Greylock are a means to an end.
"That's the best part," said Messina, discussing the lives he's impacted on and off the diamond. "When you hear these sorts of things from kids that you've coached, that touches you in so many different ways.
Posted 01/05/2017 01:24PM
The after school homework help/tutoring program, which comes to us by way of The Williams Center at Mt. Greylock, will resume next week. The program will run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 pm until 4:00 pm beginning on January 9, 2017.
Posted 12/22/2016 09:56PM
As Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts did last year, the college is offering a dual-enrollment course in Java for local high school students this spring.
Posted 12/22/2016 09:53PM
The front office will be closed for the holidays and will reopen on Jan. 3
Posted 12/16/2016 01:26PM
The Red Zone, Mount Greylock's school store, is filled with Mountie gear from sweatshirts to duffel bags to water bottles; all make great holiday gifts.
The store is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Block 5 (10:57 -11:27) and on Friday Block 7 (12:19 – 12:49).
Posted 12/16/2016 12:40PM
If you are out and about on Sunday in Williamstown (10:00 a.m.-2:00) and plan to visit the Holiday Farmers Market at the Williams Field House please say hello to the Spanish club kids. Students are selling 50/50 tickets (winner gets half the cash raised) and baked goods.
Posted 12/15/2016 09:23PM
Quarter 1 Honor Roll | National Honor Society | Berkshire Conservation District | Berkshire County Regional Employment Board | John and Abigail Adams Scholarship | Berkshire County Leadership Summit | County Volleyball | Williams College music ensembles
Posted 12/15/2016 08:24PM
It's time for the 8th grade constitutional debates, to be held at Griffin Hall, Williams College this year. Teams of students will debate the following topics (Schedule is included): Flag Burning | Gun Control | Equal Rights Amendment | Zero Tolerance | Hate / Free Speech | Domestic Spying | Death Penalty | Electoral College
Posted 12/14/2016 09:00PM
Last night, upon the recommendation of the Administrative Review Subcommittee (ARS), the SU71 and Mt. Greylock school committees unanimously voted to appoint Kimberley Grady as interim superintendent until June 30, 2017. In addition, the committees voted to post for an interim Director of Pupil Services starting Jan 1, 2017 and going until June 30, 2017.
Posted 12/14/2016 08:00PM
The Peer Team is piloting a big brother/big sister program for students in grades 7 through 9. Members of the Peer Team will serve as mentors to these younger students. This program will not take away from academic time. If you are interested in your child having a big brother or big sister, please contact the Peer Team advisor, Mrs. Turner (email@example.com) or guidance counselor P.J. Pannesco (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Posted 12/13/2016 11:30AM
We have an announcement regarding securing personal belongings in lockers and thefts.
Historically, around this time of the year students have lost items from lockers, back packs, and locker rooms. Many times misplaced items are quickly found, picked up by well-meaning friends, or identified in the lost in found.
Posted 12/13/2016 07:54AM
Purchase a season pass to winter athletic contests in the Main Office or at any home basketball contest.
Family Pass (Family of 5): $100
Adult Pass: $70
Student Pass $35
Pass will admit holder to any of the 18 regular season basketball contests hosted at Mount Greylock as well as the Mountie Wrestling Invitational.