MGRSD to Resume Hybrid Learning on Monday


Clara McWeeny, Editor-in-chief

On Thursday, February 4th, Superintendent McCandless released a school wide email announcing that the Mount Greylock Regional School District will return to hybrid learning on Monday, February 8th.

The email read, “Our new committee for hybrid/remote learning determination met to review our latest state, local, and school-based public health information and determined that conditions in our community are such that a return to hybrid learning is viable for the coming week.”

Both the elementary schools and high school will transition back to the hybrid model that was implemented early on in the school year. 

Williamstown and Lanesboro Elementary school students will attend either a morning or afternoon session as they did in the fall.

The high school will continue to use the “pod” model. Pod A will attend school on Monday and Tuesday, while Pod B will attend school on Thursday and Friday. Wednesday will be used as a cleaning day. 

This decision comes just a few weeks after a new Memorandum of Understanding was agreed upon by the teacher’s union. 

This story is rapidly changing. More information on this Memorandum will be published this weekend.