The Greylock Echo

News

Model UN Team Attends Fall Conferences

Model UN Team Attends Fall Conferences

December 2, 2018

The Mount Greylock Model United Nations Delegation has had a busy couple of months as they entered the third year of the club’s existence. Through the efforts of several Williams College coaches along with the enthusiasm of Mount Greylock students, the Model UN club was brought back to Mount Greyl...

Building Committee Discusses Costs, Logistics as “Closeout” Phase Nears

Building Committee Discusses Costs, Logistics as “Closeout” Phase Nears

December 2, 2018

On November 20, nine of fourteen members of the Mount Greylock Building Committee met to give updates and discuss the future of the current building project. Steven Miller attended his first meeting, as he is one of the school committee representatives replacing Carry Green, who chose not to run for...

Signage Conversation Continues at Student Forum

Signage Conversation Continues at Student Forum

November 29, 2018

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...

Hello, Dolly! to be Winter Musical

Hello, Dolly! to be Winter Musical

November 28, 2018

It has been announced that the Mount Greylock Winter Musical this year will be Hello, Dolly! This classic musical, revived four times on Broadway, is written by songwriter Jerry Herman (La Cage Aux Folles, Mame), and book writer Michael Stewart (Bye Bye Birdie, 42nd Street), and is based on Thornton ...

Weeks After Midterms, Mock Election Data Provides Insight Into Schoolwide Views

Weeks After Midterms, Mock Election Data Provides Insight Into Schoolwide Views

November 27, 2018

On November Fifth, the Mount Greylock students took to the polls, or at least to the folding tables in the meeting room, to participate in a mock election run by the school’s REV club. REV, a new club at Greylock this year, which stands for Register, Educate, Vote, organized the pre-election educati...

Edge Wins Girl Scout Gold Award

Edge Wins Girl Scout Gold Award

November 19, 2018

When most people think of Girl Scouts, they probably only think of young, pigtail-wearing girls traveling door to door to sell their delicious Girl Scout cookies. While this is true, and a large part of the Girl Scout experience is selling cookies, what many people do not know is how much work Girl ...

Class of 2019 Selects Superlatives

Class of 2019 Selects Superlatives

Owen Tucker-Smith, Editor-in-Chief

November 19, 2018

Recently, the Mount Greylock class of 2019 voted on their class superlatives. The results, released last week, are below. Best Eyes: Michael Wellspeak & Margo Smith Best Dressed: Luke Swann & Sophie Jones Best Hair: Tyler Carnevale & Lizzie Paglier Most Likely to go Pro: Co...

Some Races Settled, Some Not in Midterm Elections

Some Races Settled, Some Not in Midterm Elections

November 19, 2018

Almost two weeks after the midterm elections, several races have been newly settled, while some remain undecided. On November 12, the US Senate race in Arizona ended when it was determined that Democrat Kyrsten Sinema beat Republican Martha McSally in a tight race with a lead of 1.7%, becoming the fi...

Students Audition for Senior District Festival

Students Audition for Senior District Festival

November 19, 2018

At the beginning of the month, auditions for the Western District Senior District Music Festival took place in Westfield, Massachusetts. Every year, the Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) holds auditions for both middle school and high school students that play in a school band, orchestr...

Student Council Begins Year With New Goals

Student Council Begins Year With New Goals

November 14, 2018

It can sometimes be hard for Mount Greylock students to express their thoughts, opinions, or ideas to the administration because they feel as though their concerns do not hold precedence. This is where student council comes in. According to president Ella Dudley, “[the student council’s] main goal ...

Voters Elect School Committee

Voters Elect School Committee

Owen Tucker-Smith, Editor-in-Chief

November 13, 2018

Last week, local voters elected seven candidates to the Mt. Greylock Regional School District School Committee. Four members are from Williamstown and three members are from Lanesborough. Three will serve two year terms, while the rest will be members for four years. Joe Bergeron will serve as committe...

Harrington Wins District Attorney Race

Harrington Wins District Attorney Race

November 13, 2018

The tumultuous District Attorney race in Berkshire County drew to a close last Tuesday, and Democrat Andrea Harrington is the victor. Harrington had run against Paul Caccaviello and Judith Knight in the Democratic primary, and she narrowly won, winning against Caccaviello by 692 votes. There being n...

The Student News Site of Mount Greylock Regional High School
News