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Lanesborough Elementary School, Mt. Greylock Regional School District (Middle and High School) and the Williamstown Elementary School form a shared superintendency agreement. While each district has its own school committee and governance, the positions of the central office are shared among the three schools. The three districts have the opportunity to share services, collaborate on curriculum work, and provide for common professional development.
Lanesborough Elementary School (LES)
Lanesborough Elementary School (LES) is a pre-K to grade 6 elementary school with approximately 200 students. One of the first towns to be settled in Berkshire County, Lanesborough is a quiet, residential township comprised of around 3,000 persons living in two villages: Lanesborough Village and Berkshire Village, spread over the rural landscape. The Taconic Range divides the town from Hancock on the west, and a spur of the Hoosac Mountains separates it from Cheshire on the north and east. These two ranges unite at the foot of Mount Greylock, the highest mountain in the state; and the beautiful view down the valley to Pittsfield and the mountains beyond. Pontoosuc Lake, one of the most popular recreation areas in Berkshire County, is on the town’s southern border.
Mount Greylock Regional School District (MGRSD) is a middle and high school with approximately 600 students. Located on the site of an old mountain airport in South Williamstown, the view from the front of the school is across “The Hopper” to the top of Mt. Greylock. Students from Williamstown, Lanesborough, New Ashford, and Hancock travel to the high performing regional school, home of Mountie Pride.
Williamstown Elementary School (WES) is a pre-K to grade 6 elementary school with approximately 400 students. Centered in the picturesque town of Williamstown, WES is surrounded by the Berkshire Mountains. Its culturally rich neighbors include Williams College, the Williams College Museum of Art, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Clark Art Institute and MASS MoCA.