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Project 351 is a nonprofit organization that develops a new generation of community-first service leaders through the yearlong engagement of an eighth grade Ambassador from each of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts. Youth are selected by hometown educators for an exemplary ethic of service and the values of kindness, compassion, humility, and gratitude.
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[Berkshire Eagle]: To the editor: As a person of color in high school that has been following the Black Lives Matter movement very closely, seeing the invasion on Capitol Hill was horrifying. ...
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PEP CLUB (Positive Energy People) Virtual Spirit Week - January 11-15 Show your spirit each day to get a chance to win a raffle prize. SUBMIT ENTRIES TO:  pepclub@mgrhs.org
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Over Thanksgiving break, the junior class hosted their first Virtual Trivia Night, and it was a huge success! We took suggestions from our participants and created another one with a few new updates, which will be hosted at 7:00 PM on Saturday, January 2nd. 
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Covid 19 has changed many of the ways we live and experience the world today...but there is A LOT Covid CAN'T change. Join the MG PEP CLUB for our COVID CAN'T campaign. 
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The School Council is an advisory body to the school principal that is comprised of teachers, parents, community members, students, and the principal.  The School Council is responsible for developing the annual School Improvement Plan, and also weighs in on the school handbook, school budget, and a wide range of issues that arise.
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We request that you please provide us with proof of your child's or children's flu vaccination.  Please call me (458-9582 x1310) with questions related to where and how to receive the immunization. Please call the Superintendent's office at 413-458-9582 with questions related to medical or religious exemptions.
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Out of an abundance of caution, MG will transition to remote learning for all students between the 2nd and 9th of December.  This short hiatus of in-person learning provides time and space for us to validate our current safety practices and procedures and further improve our confidence that there was no transmission within the building.  This vigilance, in addition to adhering to all of the protocols, will help guide decision making in regards to teaching and learning as we move forward.
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There will be no late buses this week or the next (Nov. 30 - Dec. 11)
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There will be no late buses this week: November 23 & 24. 
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The PEP (Positive Energy People) Club is coming out of retirement!  Open to any student interested in making the school a more positive place.  PEP Club will spread school spirit and connect students and staff alike via PEP rallies, special events, RED OUT days, and promoting the Greylock Way.
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The 83rd annual American Legion National High School Oratorical Contest seeks to help students develop a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the United States Constitution, while also offering an opportunity to develop leadership skills, the ability to speak clearly and intelligently, and prepare for acceptance of the duties, responsibiliess, rights and privileges of American citizenship.
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The Mount Greylock Student Council is up and running this year, with many initiatives already underway. As always, Student Council meetings are open to the entire student body and we encourage all interested students to attend. To access our virtual Zoom meetings, please sign up through the google form at least a day prior to the meeting. As a reminder, the Student Council meets on Tuesdays at 2:45. After submitting the form, students will be emailed the zoom link and granted access to the meeting. The Student Council will discuss changes to its constitution (which can be found on the MGRS website) at its next meeting, ahead of a school-wide re-ratification vote. Any students with suggested edits or amendments should attend the meeting. Sign up for next Tuesday (November 24) with this link: https://forms.gle/MCacBqZAvBLBrbZm8
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GreylockTalks recently showed up in a Willimas Record Story: "Learning in action: Williams international students share their stories with local schools" Here is an excerpt: At Mt. Greylock Middle and High schools, GreylockTalks has featured Williams professors and students, and their academic presentations and personal life stories for several years. Through the support of the Williams Center at Mt. Greylock (WC@MG), the team re-envisioned this series in order to highlight international students from Williams.
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As Massachusetts residents plan for the Thanksgiving holiday, we offer the following considerations to help keep our friends, families, and communities safe during COVID-19. If you host a holiday celebration, keep it small. If you are considering travel, be aware of Massachusetts travel orders. If you participate in a celebration, follow public health guidance.
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We just opened registration for our spring program and want to offer your students priority registration with an early bird discount. Outside of Berkshire County public schools, the program will cost $250. For your students they can register for $25 if they sign up before Dec 1st and use the code BERKS. We want as many students as possible from Mt. Greylock! 
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Late Bus Sign Up for the week of Nov. 16. https://forms.gle/ojm9ky6HapF4AatbA
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Dear Mount Greylock Regional School District Faculty and Staff, We hope that you and your family are well. These are difficult times and perhaps even frightening times for many of us.
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Students are placed on the honor roll when their quarterly letter grades average a B or better, and when the student receives no grade lower than a B- in all graded classes. If students earn any grade of a C+ or lower, their names will not be placed on the honor roll. The student must be carrying a minimum of four graded courses to be eligible. Students who withdraw from a course are not eligible for the honor roll for one semester.
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$40,000 in grant funding is available for the 2020/2021 school year. Apply now. Deadline is December 1, 2020. "Moving Forward by Giving Back"
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In the next few weeks there will be quite a few meetings in the state of Massachusetts to determine what, if any winter athletic offerings will be possible. If you have an desire or intent to participate, please complete this winter interest athletic survey.
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The senior class has partnered with Meadow Farms Candle Company to sell a variety of products including candles, food, and holiday items.  Whatever we sell for the company they will give us back a percentage of the profits. 
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Need help with a paper for school?  Want someone to check your college essay? 
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The latest Greylock Echo has hit the halls today. This newly formatted issue offers twelve pages of news, opinion, reviews, features, sports, and more. Editor Clara McWeeny has assembled an impressive team of writers this year who are working on print editions as well as maintaining an online version of the news (with separate content than the print edition).
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A new adjusted 2020-2021 academic calendar has been posted. It can be found in MG Resources --> Calendar: Year at a Glance
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If you need assistance accessing information on our site, please contact the District Office at 413-458-9582 ext. 4000

1781 Cold Spring Road Williamstown, MA 01267 T: 413.458.9582

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