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A Taste of Halloween 2014

A Taste of Halloween 2014

November 7, 2014

On Halloween, the hallways of Mt. Greylock transformed into a sea of characters as the senior class and some others dressed to impress. From fairies to popes, the class of 2015 certainly showed its whimsical humor. Big shoutout to the Math Department for killing it with their “Hell’s Angles” attire....

Middle Schoolers Strive to Live the Greylock Way

Middle Schoolers Strive to Live the Greylock Way

October 28, 2014

This year’s first half day brought with it not only the relaxation that comes with shortened class periods but also the inception of the middle school “Living the Greylock Way” awards. In an attempt to make students more aware of how they treat one another, seventh grade core teachers introduced...

JCL: A Chat with Advisor Marjorie Keeley

JCL: A Chat with Advisor Marjorie Keeley

October 20, 2014

The Mt. Greylock Junior Classical League is a club open to all middle and high school students.  Latin teacher Marjorie Keeley advises the members in an exploration of Ancient Roman culture.  The Echo spoke with Keeley to learn more about the activities the JCL plans to participate in this year. ...

“TextLess Live More” Comes to Greylock

“TextLess Live More” Comes to Greylock

October 9, 2014

“TextLess Live More” is a national campaign founded in honor of Merritt Levitan, an 18 year-old girl who knew how to live life to the fullest and appreciate the world around her. Levitan was fatally struck by a driver who was using their phone at the time while on a bike trip with Overland, a company...

Open House a Success

October 7, 2014

At 7:00 P.M. on September 30, parents and guardians of middle and high school students came to Mt. Greylock’s Open House to follow their child’s schedule and to get more information about the school’s athletics and co-curricular activities. Parents followed a Monday schedule and participated in...

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