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June 11, 2022 Print Edition: Graduation Issue

June 11, 2022 Print Edition: Graduation Issue

June 11, 2022

In This Issue:  News & Features: Pledge of Allegiance Returns to MG Interviews with Graduation Speakers Robotics Club Competes in Regional Competitions Student Art Featured at MASS...

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill to Take Effect in July

Charlotte Holubar May 1, 2022

On March 28, 2022, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Bill 1557, referred to as the “Don’t Say Gay" Bill, into law. This bill, which has the official title Parental Rights in Education Act, will...

Photo Courtesy of Lainey Gill

Little Kid Track Returns to Mount Greylock Track and Field Program

Lucy Igoe April 30, 2022

Due to the pandemic, “Little Kid Track” has not been able to happen for the past two years. This spring, it is up and running once again. LKT, as it is known, is one of the things that the Mount Greylock...

Photo Courtesy of The Boston Globe

Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race Features Diverse Candidates

Jennah Simpson April 29, 2022

Midterms are elections that occur halfway through the current president’s term. In the Massachusetts 1st Congressional District, no one has challenged incumbent Congressman Richard Neal. Neither Massachusetts...

Jennah Simpson Attending SGD - Photo Courtesy of Mary MacDonald

Mount Greylock Sends Representative to Massachusetts Student Government Day

Krishiv Malhotra April 22, 2022

On April 1st, Mount Greylock junior Jennah Simpson attended Student Government Day (SGD), an event where students from all over Massachusetts come together and participate in mock government for the school...

Photo Courtesy of iBerkshires Sports (@iBerkSports)

Unified Track and Field Races Into Inaugural Season

Knowl Stroud April 20, 2022

In addition to Mount Greylock’s traditional spring sports, Unified Track and Field was added to the offerings for the spring of 2022. The Special Olympics, an organization which provides competitive...

Three New Classes Added to the 2022-2023 Program of Study

Quin Repetto April 19, 2022

Among the wide variety of classes MG students will be able to take next year, there will be a number of new courses that students can take for the first time ever. Music Theory, Advanced Physical Education,...

Photo Courtesy of Mount Greylock School Committee

Community Members Debate Director of DEIB Position

Molly Sullivan March 23, 2022

On March 10, the Mount Greylock School Committee voted to approve the 2022-23 budget, proposed by Superintendent Jake McCandless. Included in this budget is a proposal to hire a Director of Diversity,...

Photo courtesy of Emma Sandstrom

New Mask Guidelines for the Mount Greylock Regional School District

Lucy McWeeny March 22, 2022

Going into effect Monday, March 14th, masks will no longer be required at all three schools within the Mount Greylock School District. Anyone inside these schools, including students, teachers, staff,...

Lyndon Moors Guest Conducts Band Concert

Krishiv Malhorta February 22, 2022

On January 12, 2022, the middle and high school bands, in conjunction with the jazz band, held a concert with former Mount Greylock band teacher Lyndon Moors acting as a guest conductor.  The middle...

A Look at Mount Greylock’s GMSU

Krishiv Malhorta February 19, 2022

The Mount Greylock Multicultural Student Union (GMSU) helps to educate the students and staff of the school community on issues pertaining to diversity and common stereotypes. The group aims to provide...

Echo Releases New Podcast

Emma Sandstrom February 19, 2022

On February 10, 2022, the Echo released their first episode for their new podcast, Beyond the Echo Chamber.  Episode one was a part of the new "#womeninstem series," in which the Echo staff hopes to...

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