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A nationwide pandemic trend of schools short-staffed in substitutes has not spared the Berkshires. "Even in a typical year we don't have enough subs. In an ongoing pandemic, it's significantly harder," Berkshire Hills Regional School District Superintendent Peter Dillon said.
The old building is shortchanging students academically, officials say. It's also unsafe.