October 31, 2014 Print Edition of the Greylock Echo


In this Issue:

Students Have Voice in New Greylock Way –

Aging Building Endures Ongoing Problems –

Late Buses Cut Due to Reduced State Budget –

Superintendent Search Under Way –

1 in 650: An Interview with Evan Arthur –

Shakespeare Festival Preview –

Williams Center Flourishes at MG –

Interviews with New Teachers Mark Mitchell: Paraprofessional, Brandon Price: Math, and Jennifer Buda: Paraprofessional –

Greylock Seeks Re-Accredidation from NEASC –

Coyote Flaco Review –

Greylock Garden Grows This Summer

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