Mount Greylock will once again be hosting a small celebration for our seniors continuing their athletic endeavors in college.
This year we have 9 students that plan to attend the event with a variety of college athletic plans.
Each student will be signing an official NCAA Celebratory Form sent from their chosen colleges and universities.
On Friday, May 18th and Saturday, May 19th, Greylock students will be directing and performing the play Our Town, written by Thornton Wilder. The play takes place in the early 1900s in a small town called Grover's Corners in New Hampshire. Our Town is unique in that although the setting is Grover's Corners, Wilder sets the play in the theater where it is being performed; the characters frequently break the fourth wall and interact with the audience members, telling them about their home. Since Our Town is set on an actual stage, the physical set for the play is very simple.
The After-School Homework Help/Tutoring Program comes to a conclusion next week. The last week of classes at Williams College marks the end of the program for the year. Thank you to all the students and tutors who participated. It has been a fun and interesting year, filled with completed homework assignments, tons of smiles, as well as the development of many new connections for both students and tutors alike. The program's final meeting for the school year is Thursday, May 10. Thanks again to all who participated!
Do you love our staff at MG? Of course you do! Please help us show our appreciation for our fantastic staff by supporting the Staff Appreciation Luncheon on Wednesday May 9. Sign up here to bring a dish or to send something in with your student. Thanks!
MGRS students and their parents are invited to a free, final dress rehearsal of the BCC musical "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 in the Boland Theatre at Berkshire Community College.