Posted 04/12/2019 01:12PM
The calendar of events from last day of classes through senior week to graduation have been placed on the website calendar.
Posted 04/12/2019 01:02PM
Learn what is happening in the 7th grade team's rooms.
Posted 04/10/2019 12:00PM
Text of letter robo-emailed to 10thgrade students and their parents/guardians: Last week, the Department of Early and Secondary Education contacted superintendents and district leaders to tell them about reactions to one of the writing assignments that had been part of the ELA 10 MCAS exam.
Posted 04/09/2019 01:00PM
Two teams, Mount Greylock Regional School and Wahconah Regional High School, will spar on As Schools Match Wits, airing on WGBY public television Saturday, April 20 at 7 p.m. (rebroadcast Sunday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m. and available for subsequent online streaming.
Posted 04/09/2019 12:12PM
DESE Commissioner Jeffrey Riley and Department of Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel have shared a joint letter about vaping, marijuana, and opioids.
Posted 04/09/2019 11:54AM
With our three cancellations resulting from power outages and a sub-zero freeze day, the high school exam schedule has shifted. Students in high school classes can expect exams on Wednesday 6/19 through Friday 6/21. Monday 6/24 will be available for make-up exams. Middle school students have a field trip on Wednesday 6/19 and will follow abbreviated class schedules on Thursday and Friday.
Posted 04/08/2019 08:00AM
The Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline provides referrals to over 300 adult education programs that offer one-on-one tutoring and small-group or classroom instruction to adult learners. Individuals can visit the hotline website or call 800-447-8844 for information about basic reading, math, English language training, family literacy, and High School Equivalency Test preparation and testing sites.
Posted 04/01/2019 01:00PM
The latest Greylock Eggplant has hit the halls this week. April 1st issue offers four pages of snews, rants, scandal, laughs, and more. Editor Owen Tucker-Smith has assembled an impressive team of writers this year who are working on print editions as well as maintaining an online version of the news (with separate content than the print edition).
Posted 04/01/2019 09:37AM
Mount Greylock JCL is running a book drive starting Monday 4/1. There are collection boxes in the cafeteria and lobby. JCL students will be coming to directed study classrooms on Monday to announce the book drive. They will also come to collect books during the week. The last day for book collection will be Friday 4/5. You can let us know if you have books to donate, and we'll make sure that students come to collect them.
Posted 03/29/2019 04:45PM
The school committee has approved 2019-2020's school calendar. The "Year at a Glance" has been uploaded to the Resources menu of the webpage.
Posted 03/29/2019 04:29PM
Ahhh... sleep! Williams College psychiatrist Lara Aillon-Sohl talks about the science of sleep and recommends healthy sleep habits for students.
What is Zen? Williams College professor Bernie Rhie talks about zen meditation.
Posted 03/29/2019 01:43PM
Parents/guardians can have access to their child's account in Canvas, a learning management system used by many teachers. These directions explain how to set up your phone to gain access to monitor assignments and see grades.
Posted 03/25/2019 02:41PM
The Program of Study 2019-2020 has been released. Counselors meet with students to discuss opportunities, requirements and new courses available to them this year. Students are asked to speak with teachers and their families as they select courses into which they would like to enroll in the coming academic year.
Posted 03/22/2019 12:44PM
As part of a program sponsored by the MGPTO, Cindy Pierce, a health educator, will be speaking to parents and 11th and 12th graders on Wednesday, 4/3.
While she will be speaking to parents in the evening at 6:30, she will address students during the day.
Posted 03/22/2019 11:34AM
Looking for quick news bites and updates from Mount Greylock? Follow our Twitter feed @MGMounties. Don't use Twitter? Check the posts out right on our website twitter feed. Last week alone there were twenty posts.
Posted 03/22/2019 10:21AM
iBerkshires: WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — From firefighters to financiers, a wide range of options were laid out to Mount Greylock Regional School students on Wednesday morning.
And while the vocations presented in a career fair in the school's cafeteria offered a variety of choices, the role models tended to have one thing in common.
"Almost everyone who is here presenting was a student here at Mount Greylock," Mount Greylock teacher Lisa Mendel said.
Posted 03/18/2019 09:41AM
Anthony Bellmon MG '08 George Washington Univ. '12 is returning to Mount Greylock to speak with students about his current work as an aide to Congressman Brendan Boyle (Pennsylvania 2nd District).
Posted 03/17/2019 12:00PM
"Math SAT prep starts this Thursday!! There are still spots available for the evening session from 6 to 7pm. The course costs $100 and runs for 6 Thursdays leading up to the May 4th exam. Please see Mr. Polidoro ASAP to sign up!!"
Posted 03/15/2019 01:40PM
Mount Greylock Regional School District will be presenting its annual musical theater production on Friday and Saturday, March 22 and 23, 2019, at 7 PM in the newly remodeled auditorium at Mt. Greylock Regional School.
This year, we will present Hello, Dolly!, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman and book by Michael Stewart.
Posted 03/15/2019 11:39AM
Mount Greylock always wants to partner with families to keep students physically and emotionally healthy. One of our current challenges is increased experimentation with vape pens and e-cigarettes by students.
Posted 03/15/2019 09:30AM
Photo from FIRST regional competition in Waterbury, CT. 2nd place finish!
Posted 03/13/2019 09:55AM
After school homework help/tutoring goes on Spring Break starting next week. Due to the Williams College Spring Break, the after school homework help/tutoring program, which comes to us by way of The Williams Center at Mt. Greylock, will not meet on any days during the weeks of March 18 and March 25. The program will resume in full force starting on April 3 and will finish up for this school year on May 9.
Posted 03/13/2019 07:51AM
Students in grades 7 - 10 are slated to take various exams as part of the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS). With the exception of the 9th grade Introduction to Physics and HS Biology Exams, the MCAS tests will be taken on computers. Students will be reviewing how to use the testing platform prior to the tests, and most students are already familiar with it or similar modes of test-taking.
Posted 03/08/2019 10:00AM
Rising 7th graders and their families are invited to Mount Greylock for an orientation evening. Students will work with the Peer Team while parents enjoy a panel presentation from faculty and administration with a Q&A to follow. Everyone will have a chance to tour the new facility. Child care will be provided for younger siblings (call the Main Office at 413-458-9582 ext. 1010 to reserve a child care spot).
Posted 03/07/2019 02:18PM
Join us for fun and games at Trivia Night next Thursday, March 14th from 7-9 PM! The SEE Fund and the Class of 2020 are hosting a pub-style trivia event. Teams of students, teachers and community members welcome. See post for details for a fund raising evening of fun.