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Speaking about storms, we applaud the continued display of perseverance witnessed throughout the past year.  Both individually and collectively we've seen first hand our students, families, and staff triumph over obstacles and come together to support each other.  We're confident we'll weather this storm together, turning some struggles into strengths.  
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The Main Office will be closed April 19-23 and will re-open Monday April 26.
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It is my great pleasure to inform you that Preston Maruk and Anthony Welch are Eagle Scouts. Both passed their Board of Review on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 and were conferred the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.  | The following students will be participating in the Berkshire County District Attorney's Office Annual S.T. R. I. V. E. Leadership Conference on Wednesday and Thursday morning from 9:00AM to 11:30AM via Zoom:
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It's MOUNTIE BINGO time!! All are welcome to play along - students and adults- and we encourage you to get your family members involved too. 
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This week REV has the privilege of hosting a voter registration event in collaboration with The League of Women Voters. In school on Tuesday the 13th and Thursday the 15th, a REV member will be helping to aid the facilitation of learning how to register and learn about why voting is so important. 
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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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On each of the next TWO Saturdays the YES and SOC clubs are co-hosting community clean up days. Here's the plan for each day:  *You can choose whichever day works better for you- or join both.  
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The latest Greylock Eggplant(!) has hit the halls this week. This newly formatted issue offers six pages of snews, rants, slander, spoofs, and more. Editor Clara McWeeny has lost control a rambunctious team of writers this month who are working on undermining our credibility while maintaining an online version of the news (with separate content than the print edition).
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The Spring Athletic Season will begin the week of April 26th and conclude no later than July 3rd. There are still a lot of logistics unconfirmed at the state and county level, but I would like to be as prepared as possible at Mount Greylock.
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For Juniors and Seniors: Information regarding AP testing, college planning reminders & events, and for information on a host of scholarship opportunities for all students, click March 2021 Guidance Bulletin or navigate to the Guidance page found under MG Resources
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We are writing today to inform you of a policy recently approved by the school committee at their 03/31 meeting.... ...In short, students participating in in-person after school activities must participate in the pool testing program to be considered eligible.
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Last night the school committee adopted two new interim (temporary) student travel policies. They can both be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gn45B2PvSvE-FwOWXSrou_A58EXUpv6eUw6M23AZI38/edit?usp=sharing. We are at the point in the road where the following all meet:
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Mr. Welch, with the help of new vocal director and music teacher, Jackie Vinette created a virtual opportunity for students to rehearse and perform a musical piece of their choosing.  We have had 13 Mount Greylock students attending remote rehearsals for the past two months in preparation for the 2021 Mount Greylock School Musical. Each student piece includes a short monologue to set the scene and explain the reason for selection. [Video]
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Raise Your Voice is an upcoming GreylockTalks series on local food, social justice, and environmental sustainability. In addition to learning about some of the most pressing issues of our generation, the series will focus on what we as a community can do to make an impact and inspire change. All interested students and community members are welcome and encouraged to join! Raise Your Voice is co-hosted by WRAPS (Williams Recovery of All Perishable Surplus) and the Williams Center @ MGRS.
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Learn about exhibition creation, object research, and interpretation with a Berkshire Museum educator. Participants will create a virtual exhibition using SketchUp that will feature objects from the Berkshire Museum collection and their own original work.
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The anticipated Program of Study 2021-2022 has been released. Counselors will begin to meet with students to discuss opportunities, requirements and new courses available to them for the coming school year. Students are asked to speak with teachers and their families as they select courses into which they would like to enroll.
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The Student Council requests that you participate in the ratification process of the Mount Greylock Student Government Constitution by reviewing and voting with this ballot by Monday, March 15, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. The full Mount Greylock Student Government Constitution can be found here: http://bit.ly/2021constitution
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oin the NEW "Diverse Books" Club for HS students at MG!  Contact or visit Mrs Barrett in the library for more info (lbarrett@mgrhs.org) and follow us on instagram @mg.bookclub For our first official meeting (TBA in April) we invite you to read a diverse book of your choosing.
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...You must endure the bad if you want to live to see the good. Moreover, only a fool tests the depth of a river with both feet. Now we are paying the consequences....
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A Better Chance (ABC) member school & W'town supported an ABC house, home to talented students of color from Boston, Philly, NYC as part of ABC's leadership mission. Earl Edwards, MG '06 shares his experiences at Mt. Greylock & his path to UCLA Phd candidate. [Video]
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The MGRS faculty and staff recently completed their second book of the year, Stamped, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram Kendi.  Stamped is being read by all students in grades 7-12 this year as part of the English curriculum, which made it a natural choice for the faculty/staff book club.
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Back in middle school, Jacob Hane '22 would have hardly expected his first Latin class to lead into anything like a college major. "There were times where I wanted to drop it, focus on a different language," he acknowledged. Last month, Hane presented a paper he wrote on classical reception at the NYU Society for Ancient Studies Undergraduate Research Conference. And at Hamilton, he is a founder and editor-in-chief of The Haley Classical Journal, which publishes undergraduate classics papers from around the world. Safe to say, it's a good thing he stuck with it.
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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. 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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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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