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Mt. Greylock Students Win Fourth in First Envirothon Appearance

Williams College junior Jeffrey Rubel helped a team of Mount Greylock students take fourth place statewide in their first-ever appearance at Envirothon. Full Article

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Envirothon 2016

On May 12, a group of local high school students will compete in a statewide environmental science competition called Envirothon. The event—which takes place at Hopkinton State Park in eastern Massachusetts—brings teams from across the state to an outdoor, hands-on competition. Winning teams from each state will compete in Ontario in July at the North

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Williams College Pledges $5 Million for Capital Needs of Mt. Greylock Regional School District Outside Scope of the Building Project

Williams College announced today that it will form a $5 million fund to support the Mount Greylock Regional School District’s capital needs outside the scope of the building project that the district is pursuing with the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA). Full Article

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MathBlast draws 166 High School Students

This morning, 166 high school students from Mt. Greylock Regional High School, BArT, and Deerfield Academy experienced the joy of learning math at Williams College.  Started by Professor of Mathematics Olga R. Beaver, MathBlast is meant to expose high school students to exciting topics in math that are not seen in a typical high school

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Williams College to Deepen Partnership with Mount Greylock Regional School with Annual Operating Revenue

Williams College and Mount Greylock Regional School announced today a gift from Williams that will expand the college’s longstanding partnership with the school to include annual operating funds. Full Article

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ScienceBlast 2015

Early on a recent spring morning, physics professor Tiku Majumder asked more than 70 Mount Greylock Regional High School students gathered in Wege Auditorium to consider a different view of science. Full Article Video

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Williams Students Teach High School Chinese

Thanks to two Williams seniors and associate professor of Chinese Li Yu, local high school students can now take introductory Chinese. Full Article

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Test scores rise at local high school

Students at Mount Greylock Regional School are achieving and surpassing statewide standards on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS), six years after the community decided to take action to improve falling and stagnant standardized test scores. Full Article

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It takes a Village Beautiful

Over the past six years, standardized test scores have risen dramatically at Mount Greylock Regional School in all areas of study. A decade ago, the school’s falling standards were a point of concern for many community members. The rise in test scores certainly correlates with the increased community and College involvement in Mount Greylock, namely

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Greylock High School scheduled to undergo feasibility study

The Mt. Greylock High School Building Committee recently formed a Community Outreach Task Force in an effort to persuade citizens to support the funding of a study to examine the feasibility of renovating the school’s deteriorating facilities. Residents will be asked to vote to approve the study in late spring. Full Article

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Stop. Go. Listen.

The warm-up game for 93 8th graders is simple.  Pick one of three words: “stop,” “go,” or “listen.”  When it’s your turn, stand up and face your peers, then speak your word loudly and clearly.  Sit down, and it’s on to the next student.  The game’s coach and referee is Kairav Sinha, a first-year Williams

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