We're excited to have students return to the building. Without realizing it, there seems to be a sense of "normalcy" as we prepare for the end of the year. MCAS exams are upon us. AP testing is scheduled. SATs were completed. Athletics and co-curriculars are in full swing. Graduation and prom is planned. Caps and gowns arrived... and summer programming is finalized. Yet, there's a month to go (15 days for seniors).
Join ROOTS Teen Center, hosted by the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition, to learn bicycle mechanics from the Pedal & Wrench Bicycle Collective's head mechanic, John Gadbois. Ages 13-22. Free. All equipment provided.
Saturdays, 9:30am - 11:30am from May 15th to June 19th at the North Adams Armory.
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Applications for the Safe Schools Program for LGBTQ Students' 2021-2022 Gender and Sexuality Alliance Student Leadership Council and August Summit are now open! All youth who are in grades 9-12 during the upcoming school year and who live in Massachusetts are eligible to apply as students. Anyone interested in applying as a volunteer must be over 18 years old. All interested in making social change in their community are encouraged to apply. Applications are due Friday, May 14. Accepted applicants will both attend the Summit and be a member of the 2021-2022 GSA Leadership Council.
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.
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.
The Berkshire Community Land Trust is looking to engage Berkshire County youth on the topic of equitable land access and how it can be used to address some of our region's most pressing issues like affordable housing, entrepreneurship, and community wealth building.
Next year's Wellness Trip is to Costa Rica. We are planning to travel to San Jose, kayak at the base of Arenal Volcano, visit hot springs and hanging bridges, play soccer with students from Monteverde, zipline through the canopy, horseback ride and much more.
Join us for an informational Zoom meeting Wednesday, April 28th at 7:00 pm
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.