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The latest Greylock Echo has hit the halls this week. This newly formatted issue offers fourteen pages of news, opinion, reviews, features, sports, and more. Editors Emma Sandstrom and Mackenzie Sheehy have 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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The PTO at MG has morphed into a different group! Parents4Greylock: Partner, Participate, Provide and Promote is the new umbrella group which will serve to support guardian and parental involvement at school.
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It's simple. Wear flannel on Friday to show your Mountie spirit.
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Good Afternoon MG Students and Families, Here are some notes for your review.  COVID Update - Counseling Office Monthly Notice – Theatre Opportunity – 
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November Bulletin: For Juniors and Seniors: Information regarding AP testing, college planning reminders & events, and for information on a host of scholarship opportunities for all students. November 2021 Guidance Bulletin (or navigate to the Guidance page found under MG Resources.)
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From the Berkshire Eagle: Jacob N. Schutz, principal of Mount Greylock Regional School, has named the school's 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist and Commended Students.
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Mt. Greylock Listening and Learning Project – Counseling Office – COVID Update – Academic Quarter Change – SEE Fund – Shakespeare Performance – November Happenings – Attendance
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The Students Organizing Change (SOC) Club held a Middle School "food and personal care" drive for a local food pantry last week. The 3 day event included a competition between all MS Directed Study Classes and resulted in a whopping 619 items collected!!  When SOC members delivered the goods to the pantry, the director was overjoyed at such an outpouring of good will for our neighbors and friends. Big shout out to Mr Davis's and Ms. Moore-Powers's DS classes for donating over a 100 items each!
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Last Friday evening the Peer Team and SOC Club co-hosted a Middle School Halloween Dance in the outdoor classroom. It was the FIRST MGRS dance for both the 7th and 8th graders, who braved the chilly weather and danced the evening away! We are especially grateful to the Peer team members, and other HS volunteers, who came in costume, collected tickets, acted as DJs, created arcade style games, and sold hot cocoa and pre-packaged goodies to ensure a fun night for all.
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In addition to the excellent resources provided by the MG Guidance Office, MG students and their families now have access to an electronic guide (both web and print resources) about the college admissions process through the Milne Public Library. Most of the books listed can be checked out - as opposed to being just reference books as they are in some libraries. If you have any questions, contact Kira Bingemann, Reference Librarian at Milne. Tel: 413-458-5369 x303
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9th grade faculty and staff led our 9th graders up Mt. Greylock on Thursday. Cool weather and sunny; a perfect day for a  class building hike. 
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Mounties looking for employment,  Sodexo Live! at Jiminy Peak has invited Greylock students to learn more and inquire about employment at their hiring clinic on Saturday November 6 from 11:00 - 2:00 at Christiansen's Tavern in Hancock. They are looking for hospitality servers, cashiers, dishwashers, bussers, and hosts. One of the perks they offer employees is free access to their mountain for skiing and snowboarding in addition to rental discounts and other resort benefits.
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Good Afternoon Everyone, Please see the news, notes, and updates: Oct 29 PD ½ Day – Supporting Intersex Students – PTO – DESE Mask Update – COVID Update - Annual 9th Grade Hike to the Summit
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The MS SOC club and HS Peer Team are co-hosting a MS DANCE!!  The details:   Friday Oct. 29th, 7-9 pm in the outdoor classroom,  weather permitting
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Many people in our local communities are in desperate need of food and personal care items. In an effort to help, the Mount Greylock SOC Club is hosting a Halloween Food Pantry Drive from Wednesday Oct. 27th through Friday Oct. 29th.
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Good Morning Mount Greylock Students and Families, The first quarter is well on its way and we've settled into a familiar groove.    Now that we're in that groove, we suggest students and families consider getting involved. If you're unsure where to start, don't know what's available, or wondering what's needed... please reach out to us.
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We are so happy to be back and working with all of our students together! All ensembles are rehearsing every day as we are quickly approaching our Getting Acquainted Concert on October 21st. Please make sure to reserve an audience space so that you can be sure to hear our progress! Click here to access the google form. While we know things aren't 100% back to normal yet, we are glad to finally be able to offer a year of performances highlighting our students and their hard work! Looking forward to seeing you soon! -Mrs. Vinette & Mr. O'Connell
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The next Mobile Food Bank in North Adams is Friday from 10-11 at the Brien Center (American Legion Drive). All are welcome! There are no minimum eligibility requirements. They only ask how many people are in the household and their age ranges. People are welcome to pick up for folks who are not able to attend. The food bank receives a wide variety of vegetables and grocery items to distribute throughout the community.
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The Williams Center at Mount Greylock (WC @MG) has officially begun all of their academic support and tutoring programs for this year. Check out what's available here. They are all FREE!
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This is a message asking you to remind your students who ride the school bus that per federal Department of Transportation regulations masks are required while entering, exiting, and during the duration of travel on all means of "public conveyance," including school buses.
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Please know that our number one priority continues to be providing healthy, nutritious, and appetizing meals for your children. We love seeing them every day and appreciate your support and patience as we continue to offer meals at no charge for all students. The good news is that free lunch will continue throughout the school year, so please stick with us while we face yet another challenge. Your participation helps our program stay strong, and we look forward to serving you!  
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-Cost is $100 per student.   -Checks payable to Mount Greylock. -Taught by Mr. Thistle in room D153 -Signup with Ms. Patsy by Thurs 10/7
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The Guidance department would like to bring an area opportunity to MGRS student's attention. Starting October 12 and running through much of the year, Playwright Mentoring Project meets once a week (three different days to choose from) in two locations (Pittsfield and North Adams).
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PUBLIC FLU VACCINATION CLINICS ...at no out-of-pocket charge to you! presented by the Berkshire Public Health Alliance through a public health nursing contract with the Town of Williamstown. The flu vaccine is available at no charge to individuals ages 6 months and older. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
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The School Council currently has an opening for one parent representative to serve a 3 year term; parents from any grade 7-12 and any town may be considered, and middle school parents are strongly encouraged to apply.  Candidates must commit to monthly meetings held on TBD; have a strong desire to serve in this capacity; and be aligned with the school's mission.
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