The Mt. Greylock Regional High School Chapter of the National Honor Society will hold a candlelight induction ceremony and reception on Friday, 18 January 2019 at 7 PM. This ceremony honors students who have demonstrated high achievement at school and in the community in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service. Families and friends are welcome to attend the ceremony.
Showcasing the Peer Team Website:
JANUARY: Kindness Month!
Let's kick off the new year with lots of positivity and support of our peers, teachers, and ourselves! Even the smallest act of kindness can go a long way, and we know that statement has been said a million times, but that doesn't make it any less true!
This letter is to let you know that the annual mandated screenings will take place the first the first full week in February 2019. At this time, I will be screening body mass index (BMI), posture, vision and hearing. The purpose of the screenings are to find early signs of possible problems in grade school students. This is not a diagnostic service but rather a screening to identify young people who should have further medical evaluation.
For Parents/Guardians of ALLstudents
Our trip to the Canadian Rockies June 2019
Is right around the corner and we still have 2 spots available.
We are pleased to announce
that we are opening up those spots to all 7thgraders!
The School Profile is created each year to reflect the most recent academic statistics and achievements; it accompanies all student college applications to illustrate specifically what a high school student would experience at Mount Greylock.
Expectations and procedures regarding attendance in class as well as timeliness are outlined in the Student Handbook.
Link: Mount Greylock Regional School Attendance Procedures and Expectations excerpted from the Student Handbook
In effort to support parents across the district, Mount Greylock Regional School District has organized a variety of presentations around social and emotional learning. Please join us for a parent workshop on Behavior Interventions for Middle and High School Students organized by Eric Denette, M.Ed., BCBA, ALBA, Director of Clinical Services at Berkshire Family and Individual Resources.
Pals stands for Promoting Acceptance and Learning Through Sports. It is a program pairing up high school students with students who have special needs to participate in activities such as kickball, swimming, and bowling. Pals typically meets on Sunday afternoons for an hour during the school year.