Chief Sorrell in 9th Grade English class: Chief came to talk about his job/career this past Monday. Ms. Houle's students are reading excerpts from Studs Terkel's Working, and the students are interviewing people about their jobs and writing their own narrative essays in the style of Terkel.
The Mt. Greylock Echo is the student-run newspaper of Mt. Greylock Regional School in Williamstown, Massachusetts. The Echo is developed and edited by a team of student writers, photographers, and editors participating in the Echo Club or, some years, enrolled in MGRHS' newspaper production class.
During the next two weeks, the library will have after-school hours until only 4:00 on 6/11,12, 14, 18 and 19. The library will close at 2:30 on other full days of school. The 5:15 after-school bus will continue to run until further notice.
Students, if you are not planning on returning to Mt. Greylock in September, please make sure to bring your Chromebook, Sleeve and power cord to the library as soon as possible. There is a short form for you to fill out and then you can get Mrs. Belastock or one of the librarians, Mrs. Share or Miss Henry, to sign your sign-out sheet. It's as simple as that! If you have any questions, come to the library and we can help.
The Friends of the Arts Program is once again hosting a program for middle school students to help introduce them to theater and performance. Students with no experience and those with hours of experience are all welcome! There will be a late bus provided on each day the group meets (dates listed below). Please think about participating!!