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The Student News Site of Mount Greylock Regional High School

The Greylock Echo

The Student News Site of Mount Greylock Regional High School

The Greylock Echo


Parental Leave at Mount Greylock and in the US

Molly Sullivan March 23, 2023

Currently, 193 countries belong to the United Nations, and over 150 of them mandate paid parental leave. The United States government does not. The current policy under the US Department of Labor is 12...

Teachers who Attended Greylock as Students Reflect

Lucy Igoe March 23, 2023

A small group of the staff at Mount Greylock Regional School attended the high school as students and have returned to teach. These teachers, having spent a large portion of their lives in Williamstown...

The Mount Greylock Library - Photo Courtesy of Molly Sullivan

The MG Library: A Safe Space for Students

Emily Mole March 23, 2023

The environment in school can be a stressful place. However, there are few places in the building that are considered a safe space during the long lasting school days. Ever since the new building of Mount...

Photo Courtesy of the Mount Greylock Regional School Website

Film Club, American Sign Language Club Formed at Mount Greylock

Lucy McWeeny, News Editor October 1, 2022

On Thursday, September 15th, Mount Greylock Regional School held its annual club fair. Every year, a few weeks after the start of school, all of the Mount Greylock clubs set up a booth during lunch so...

The Greylock Wordle

Emma Sandstrom and Molly Sullivan April 7, 2022

The Greylock Wordle, with Mount Greylock themed words, has been updated. This new website will keep all of your statistics, and you can return to the same link each day for a new word. Good luck, Wordlers!

Educational Gender Bias and Its Place at Mount Greylock

Alayna Schwarzer, Staff Writer December 11, 2021

School communities, while unique in their own ways, often reflect broader issues of the world at large. Even with relatively small and isolated districts, such as ours, it is important to recognize that...

Mount Greylock Switches to Telehealth Model for Mental Health Services

Molly Sullivan, News Editor February 3, 2021

Due to Mount Greylock’s remote school model, many mental health and therapy services have had to transition into a remote setting as well. The Echo talked to school social worker Keith Jones and school...

Teens Staying in Touch

Lucy Igoe, Staff Writer January 30, 2021

COVID-19 has completely uprooted our world and changed day to day lives. Now that Mount Greylock is fully remote and strict guidelines remain in place students have had to find new ways to see and connect...

The Negative Effects of Remote Learning

Andrew Petropulos, Staff Writer January 30, 2021

For many, online learning is a perfect solution for the challenges COVID-19 poses towards education. While on the surface it may seem like a good solution to protect our community from contracting COVID-19,...

Greylock Reacts to Capitol Riots

Quin Repetto, Staff Writer January 29, 2021

On January 6th, 2021, millions of Americans anxiously watched as a Trump rally turned into a violent riot outside the Capitol building. Armed Trump supporters stormed the building. The insurrection was...

COVID Regulations Magnify Underemphasis on Greylock Arts

COVID Regulations Magnify Underemphasis on Greylock Arts

Lucy McWeeny and Sylvie Clowes January 29, 2021

“The arts are a creative outlet for being able to express yourself in a different mean, which is really important,” said Mount Greylock band and chorus teacher Jaqueline Vinette.  Vinette began...

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