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Please be sure to check this updated bus schedule.  Many times have been slightly adjusted since the start of school.  Other have changed more dramatically, specifically bus route L4 in Lanesborough.
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Please join us in officially congratulating Coach Brian Gill as a MA State Track Coaches Association WMASS Coach of the Year for Girls Spring Track 2021. Coach Gill will be presented this award in early September at the 14th annual MSTCA Awards Banquet.
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Middle School Supply lists are posted:  7th Grade List 8th Grade List
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Read the book or books listed for the class you will be taking next year. Come to school prepared to discuss and write about important ideas from the text(s).
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Malina Woodbury, a rising MG senior donates loaded backpacks for MG students who might be in need. Malina's efforts are supported by a grant though the local legion. 
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When we return to school in the fall, pre-covid bell schedules will be the norm. Individual student schedules will be available via powerschool the first week in august.
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The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) is pleased to announce Lindsey von Holtz as the 23rd President of the MIAA Board of Directors.
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We will begin enrolling new students for the 2021-2022 year during the last week of August. We accept residents in the Mount Greylock Regional School District with children in grades 7-12.
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HONOR ROLL QUALIFICATIONS 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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Massachusetts Boys State is designed to teach democratic values, improve knowledge of government and encourage citizen involvement through an intensive week-long program that immerses students in grass roots democracy. Over the course of seven days, students create and manage their own municipalities and work to understand how our government functions. In addition, they form political parties, create a platform, and vote in a slate of officers that mirrors state government. They also elect two senators to represent them at Boys Nation, a gathering held every July in Washington, D.C.
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Cole Kuster, MGRHS class of 2019 and a sophomore at Harvard University, qualified and competed at the U.S. Olympic Team Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska this week for the 2021 Olympic team selection. He represented Harvard and the Coronado Swim Club. He achieved personal bests in his 3 events and 2 time trials with significant time drops. Cole finished 11th overall in the 1500 freestyle, 14th overall in 800 freestyle and 20th overall in the 400 freestyle.
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In the past few years the American Legion has provided the colors for the naturalization ceremony that takes place for Berkshire County residents who have immigrated to the United States from around the world. In the past the ceremony had been held at the Normal Rockwell Museum but this year it will be held at Naumkeag in Stockbridge.
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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 take their editorial debut with this graduation issue. They have inherited an impressive team of writers  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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Note: MGRHS Graduation is Saturday 11am, rain or shine. Attendance is by invitation only.  [photos]
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For the first time ever, the MGRS Prom was held in the field behind the school- and midway through the evening the seniors were treated to an incredible 15 minute display of fireworks!
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Mrs Barrett is asking all students to look through their backpacks and bookshelves to for any MG library books - and to please return them ASAP.
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Cortney Tunis is a consultant working on a listening and learning project for the District. The goal of the project is to better understand the student community's sentiments around their sense of inclusion and belonging in the school community. More information about her role and background were shared on April 30 by the Superintendent and her introduction letter is available at the link below.
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Dear 6th Graders (Rising 7th graders!): Included here is a link to an orientation video which was 100% produced by our high school Peer Team members and is meant to both inform, but also to entertain and help the 6th graders to feel more comfortable about coming up to Mount Greylock. [Video]
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Student election results have been posted on the Student Council page which can be accessed in two places on our website, Student Life and Community.
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We are pleased to announce that the Williams 62' Center graciously invited us to hang our student artwork in the windows of their lobby space. The work will remain there until June 15th. Please stop by and enjoy the work created in Ms. DeSomma's and Ms. Mendels's classes. We are both excited to present it.
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Earlier today, the Mt. Greylock Regional School District School Committee updated its policy relative to Face Coverings at our three schools. The updated policy can be found here. The policy change is based on guidance from the CDC, from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), and the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA). 
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Save these dates for a SEE Fund grant sponsored series of Greylock A Better Chance scholars who will speak with our student body. Speakers will talk about their trajectory from Mount Greylock as Greylock A Better Chance Scholars to college, career and beyond.
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Mount Greylock will be celebrating student accomplishments in specific academic areas, the arts, athletics, volunteerism, and with select college book awards. Additionally, five students per grade will receive an award for their consistent demonstration of the characteristics that frame the Greylock Way – integrity, responsibility, and perseverance. Finally, we will honor our top five Greylock scholars in each grade who have achieved continued academic excellence.
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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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