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Signage Conversation Continues at Student Forum

Signage Conversation Continues at Student Forum

November 28, 2018


Filed under News

Editor’s note: “Students Express Concern Over Bathroom Signage,” the article which this forum was a response to, was published in the November 16 print issue of the Echo. You can read this article, as well as the rest of this print issue, here. On Tuesday, November 20, Principal Mary MacDonald held a public forum for interested students about bathroom signage at Mt...

PALS Continues at Greylock (Interview)

PALS Continues at Greylock (Interview)

November 26, 2018


Filed under Community, Interviews

PALS, or “Promoting Acceptance and Learning through Sports,” is a program where neurotypical MG students get paired up with students with special needs and participate in various sports and activities. The Echo spoke with Donna Narey, one of the co-founders of the program, about what it entails and...

An Interview With Andrew Agostini

An Interview With Andrew Agostini

October 11, 2018


Filed under Community, Faculty & Staff, Interviews

Of all the teachers at Mt. Greylock, there is perhaps nobody so versatile as Andrew Agostini, who has taught Math, Latin, and Physical Education on top of being a paraprofessional and football coach. The Echo sat down with Mr. Agostini to ask him a few questions. Echo: Could you give us a timeline of what you used to...

Mount Greylock to Offer AP Computer Science Principles

Mount Greylock to Offer AP Computer Science Principles

June 15, 2018


Filed under Features

As many students already know, one of the new classes coming to Mount Greylock’s ever-interesting selection of courses is AP Computer Science Principles. The course is a welcome addition to the school’s unfortunate lack of computer science courses in a world where the permanent presence of techn...

An Interview with Kim Grady

An Interview with Kim Grady

June 7, 2018


Filed under Faculty & Staff, Interviews

The Echo sat down with Kim Grady, who has recently been appointed to the position of permanent superintendent, to ask her some questions. Echo: Give us a brief rundown of what happened within the School Board leading up to you being chosen to be the new superintendent. How did it all play out? Was it ...

Williamstown Action Orchestra Delivers Musical Joy to Greylock Community

Williamstown Action Orchestra Delivers Musical Joy to Greylock Community

June 4, 2018


Filed under Arts, Community

The Pokémon Go Theme. Hava Nagila. Viola Concerto in G Major. What do these three wildly different pieces have in common? They are all a part of the incredibly diverse and compelling repertoire of the Community Intergenerational Action Orchestra (CIAO), and its smaller but just as formidable sibling ...

Avengers: Infinity War Review

Avengers: Infinity War Review

May 21, 2018


Filed under Arts & Living

I remember how I felt at the end of Avengers: Infinity War so incredibly vividly. It was a strange sensation, summed up not by “is that how the movie is going to end?” or even “what just happened?” but “did they really do that?” Marvel movies are known for having underwhelming villains...

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