PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two dozen protesters Wednesday demonstrated outside the Pittsfield office of U.S. Rep. Richard Neal to encourage him to sign on as a co-sponsor of the Green New Deal.
Three of the activists — all students at Mount Greylock Regional School in Williamstown — went inside to make their case to a member of Neal's staff.
The robotics club (now named the Mechanical Mounties) will be travelling to the NE FIRST robotics competition in Waterbury, CT on March 8-10. We will also be travelling to the NE FIRST robotics competition in Springfield, MA on March 22-24.
In 2018, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) communicated expectations for all schools to be accountable across multiple standards, including student attendance. Incidents of chronic absenteeism, identified as 18 absences per year, contributed negatively to a school's overall accountability score.
I wanted to send a quick email to offer personalizations on yearbooks that will be purchased for seniors. As you all know, each senior will receive a yearbook that has been paid for via their class dues.
BOOK FAIR COMING TO MOUNT GREYLOCK! Mounties get ready for your very own Scholastic bookfair!! It's coming to town March 5th through March 7th with a community open house on Wednesday March 6th. All proceeds will benefit the Middle School English department. Stay tuned for more information!
Adam Cohen '19 will be representing Mount Greylock at this month's Conversations series sponsored by the Berkshire Eagle that will look at the interests, hopes and concerns of Berkshire County young people. Community members of all ages are encouraged to attend this free event.
Dear 7th Grade Families,
Attached is a copy of the 7th Grade Academic Team's Newsletter, designed to keep you abreast of work in and outside of the classroom. Also published are details regarding how to best access student assignments and learn what's going on day-to-day in class.