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McCann Quarter Two Honor Roll
10:49AM / Tuesday, February 07, 2023
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Abuisi, Nicholas 2023

Ames, Ian 2023

Belisle, Camryn 2023

Booth, Collin 2023

Boyer, Molly 2023

Braman, Noah 2023

Champney, Isabella 2023

Ciempa, Erin 2023

Covello, Vincenzo 2023

DeBenedetto, Noah 2023

Durocher, Cameron 2023

Gamari, Alexis 2023

Gamari, Renae 2023

Girard, Anastasia 2023

Glasier, Emily 2023

Hartwig, Josephine 2023

Hayer, Addison 2023

Kipp, George 2023

Lake, Matthew 2023

LaSalle, Julia 2023

Lennon, Keira 2023

Liang, Ivan 2023

Livsey, Aaron 2023

Livsey, Joshua 2023

Loughman, Thomas 2023

Marsh, Catryna 2023

McGrath, Lucan 2023

McGrory, Daniel 2023

Medon, Ryan 2023

Meehan, Lillian 2023

Modena, Devon 2023

Moran, Cordelia 2023

Morin, Max 2023

Mroz, Lauren 2023

O'Neil, Katlyn

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Mount Greylock School Committee Hears Budget Requests, Budget Constraints
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
05:01AM / Tuesday, January 17, 2023
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  WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On the same night it heard about a challenging budget season ahead, the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee heard requests for as many as eight new full-time positions in the district.   The first order of business on the schedule Thursday was a discussion of fiscal year 2024 funding priorities for Williamstown Elementary School and Mount Greylock Regional School.   Middle-high school Principal Jacob Schutz gave a presentation from Mount Greylock's School Council that identified five priorities for FY24, including the addition of four positions: a Spanish teacher, visual arts teacher, a 504 coordinator and a behaviorist.   The

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Mount Greylock School Committee Holds Off on Track
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
10:36PM / Thursday, January 12, 2023
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee voted 6-1 on Thursday to put off building a track with a new multisport grass field for at least another year.   "We're going to build a good project," Carrie Greene said. "It's just going to be one year later. Instead of being ready spring 2024, it will be ready spring 2025."   Greene brought the one-year delay idea to her colleagues from the district's Field and Track Committee, on which she serves.   As she explained in a special meeting earlier this month, the delay was suggested because the estimated cost of the improvement to the middle-high school campus far

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BCC and BRPC Offer Free 'Choke Saver' Training Certification
08:12AM / Monday, January 09, 2023
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. —Berkshire Community College (BCC) and Berkshire Regional Planning Commission (BRPC) will offer a free Choke Saver Training class offered on various dates in several locations throughout Berkshire County.     The 75-minute class provides participants with a two-year certification.    Local businesses, such as restaurants, that are required to have Choke Safe certified individuals on site are particularly encouraged to participate. Space is limited; each class can accept up to 30 students.    Classes will be held on Mondays from 10:15–11:30 am on the following dates: Jan. 9 at the Great Barrington Fire Station, 67 State Road,

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Mount Greylock School Committee Considers Pause
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
01:01PM / Saturday, January 07, 2023
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Thursday discussed hitting the pause button on a project to build an eight-lane running track and multi-sport grass athletic field.   The idea was floated as a way to give the district time to secure financing for the project, which has an estimated price tag north of $4 million, well above the balance remaining from a $5 million capital gift the two-town district received from Williams College nearly seven years ago.   The School Committee was on track to vote to put the project to bid at its Jan. 12, meeting a timetable designed to entice prospective bidders in a period when the district hopes to receive

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1Berkshire Accepting Applications for 2023-2024 Youth Leadership Program
11:59AM / Tuesday, December 20, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — 1Berkshire's Youth Leadership Program (YLP) announced the launch of the application process for the YLP class of 2023-2024.   The 1Berkshire Youth Leadership Program, open to all current sophomores in the Berkshires, selects a cohort of up to 30 motivated students from all backgrounds for this ten-month experience that will help them to explore the regional economy and develop their leadership skills. Once selected, students will begin the program with a 2.5-day, 2-night retreat in June 2023.   At the retreat, students will meet for the first time, begin to build deep connections, and learn about and advance their individual leadership

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Mount Greylock's Art Receives Superintendent's Academic Award
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
03:10PM / Friday, December 16, 2022
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A common lament on municipal committees the last couple of years has been members' frustration with virtual meeting formats.   But "Zooming" had at least one advantage for Mount Greylock Superintendent Jake McCandless on last week.   "I can assure you that the superintendent of your school district, academically, does not even deserve to be in the same room with you," McCandless told high school senior Annabelle Art.   Art joined McCandless and the School Committee via Zoom to receive the district's Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Academic Excellence Award.   McCandless, who has been involved in

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Mount Greylock District Plan Looks to Serve Every Student
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
12:13PM / Wednesday, December 14, 2022
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — While the numbers continue to show students in the Mount Greylock Regional School District beat the state average in most metrics, the administration is focused on making sure that all of the district's students are thriving.   "Part of expanding opportunities is not as much about creating more opportunities but getting more people to see all of the opportunities that we offer are potentially for them and then supporting them as they step into attempting those opportunities and making it safe to do so," Superintendent Jason McCandless told the School Committee last week.   McCandless provided the committee with a wide-ranging update on the

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Williams College Lays Out Concepts for Potential Campus Changes
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
06:22AM / Saturday, December 10, 2022
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College would see a reconfiguration of its dorms and radical changes to its athletic infrastructure if it follows the path laid out by an ambitious campus plan that grew out of a multi-year strategic planning process.   A project manager from the college and an associate planner from Boston design firm Sasaki Associates gave a presentation on Tuesday to the town's Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.   "For the last year and a half or so, we have been hard at work on our own campus framework planning effort, which is the first large-scale, consolidated planning at a campus level that the college has endeavored in its long-standing

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Mount Greylock Regional High School honor Roll
08:15AM / Wednesday, November 23, 2022
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Mount Greylock Regional High School quarter one Honor Roll   Ainsley Abel, Arsil Ahmad, Bryn Angelini, Annabelle Art, Moby Asch, Seamus Barnes, Elizabeth Bertolino, Matthew Bertolino, Henrik Bingemann, Marguerite Brody, Elena Caplinger, Matteo Chang, Hannah Chase, Cailean Fippinger, Lainey Gill, Emma Gilooly, Emma Gray, Arthur Greenfield, Dylen Harrison, Eamon Hetherington, Ezra Holzapfel, Aiden Hoogs, Lucy Igoe, Lily Jayko, Lyla Kocsis, Juliet Kornell, Trey Lepicier, Clarissa Louis, Elliot Louis, Wren Mangano, Will Marsh, Maxwell McAlister, Patrick McConnell, Altan McIntosh, Olivia McKeon, Elliott Moore, Nelson Nnodim, Liam O'Keefe, Nathan Overbaugh, Zenalyssa Packer, Beatrice

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