The Greylock Echo

Interview With New Teacher Sarah Holmes

Interview With New Teacher Sarah Holmes

January 30, 2017


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Echo: What did you do before you came to Mt. Greylock? Ms. Holmes: I did two different outdoor educator-type… One was specifically an internship with the Student Conservation Association, which is about forty minutes from here. It was my first experience in this area of Massachusetts, and that was...

New Faculty at Mt. Greylock

New Faculty at Mt. Greylock

October 18, 2016


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Upon returning to Mt. Greylock in early September, students have noticed several new faces around the building. Since last spring, teams of faculty, staff, students, and parents interviewed and selected seven new staff members. Eileen Belastock joins Mt. Greylock as the new Director of Academic Techno...

An Interview with Dr. Burdick

An Interview with Dr. Burdick

October 13, 2015


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Before Dr. Burdick became a teacher at Mt. Greylock in the Fall of ‘98, he worked with a company affiliated with NASA, developing infrared telescope systems. The Greylock Echo sat down with Dr. Burdick to discuss his education, his family, and life before his current job. Echo: So, Dr. Burdick, it...

An Interview with Douglas Dias

An Interview with Douglas Dias

June 18, 2015


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Soon after Dr. Douglas Dias was hired to be our new superintendent, Sophomores Simon Kent and Elias Sekkal sat down with him for a few minutes to find out more about his choice to move to the Berkshires and inquire about some of his initial impressions of our Tri-District. Dr. Dias will be starting...

An Interview with Liza Barrett

An Interview with Liza Barrett

June 2, 2015


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The Echo sat down with seventh grade English teacher Liza Barrett to discuss her being awarded the seventh through twelfth grade 2015 Berkshire County Educator of The Year Award, which was determined by MCLA and local superintendents. Three levels of education were recognized: birth through second grade,...

Interview with Mr. Gibson

Interview with Mr. Gibson

April 1, 2015


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Students admire Andrew Gibson, ninth and tenth grade history teacher at Mt. Greylock, for his fun personality and teaching style, while his adventurous life has sparked interest in students throughout the school. The Echo decided to sit down with Mr. Gibson and see what really went on in his life. Ec...

Math Teacher Courtenay Gibson’s 2,200 Mile Journey

Math Teacher Courtenay Gibson’s 2,200 Mile Journey

February 11, 2015


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For those who are not familiar with the Appalachian Trail, it is a trail that runs through fourteen states in the Appalachian Mountains. Many hike this trail that runs close to the eastern coast of the United States. Running from Maine to Georgia, the trail has a total of 2,200 miles. Seventh grade ma...

An Interview with Math Teacher Brandon Price

An Interview with Math Teacher Brandon Price

November 7, 2014


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Editors’ Apology: In the October Issue, we unintentionally misquoted Mr. Price’s response about his level of education. We have since made the proper corrections to the PDF, which can be found in the print archives on our website, as well as in the interview below. Echo: How long had you been teaching...

An Interview with Trudy Ames

An Interview with Trudy Ames

October 20, 2014


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This year, English teacher Trudy Ames started a new art enrichment in which middle school students explore different aspects of art. Enrichment is an option for seventh and eighth graders who do not participate in band, orchestra or chorus and is a great opportunity to explore new topics and express ne...

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