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If all the towns agree, the two districts could merge, and teens from all eight towns would attend Monument Mountain High in Great Barrington. Mount Everett would maintain its middle school. The middle and elementary schools would go unchanged.
Things are looking up in Stockbridge, like property value and the number of children living in the community. Also up is the cost of education.
The Berkshire Hills Regional School District has received $41,250 in state funding to support a program that provide high school students with opportunities to learn and gain experience in a particular industry through career exploration, technical courses and internships.
Berkshire Hills takes another step toward a new Monument High: A $1.5 million design study that will help secure state funding for what is estimated to be a $100 million project.
A study group is proposing a potential consolidation of two under-capacity South County high schools, an important but early first step.
Merge Berkshire Hills and Southern Berkshire school districts into one, and have high school students attend a newly overhauled Monument Mountain High, a consultant told the panel. All eight towns will have to agree.
Stockbridge Town Administrator Michael Canales presents the Select Board with a town spending proposal that includes a big increase for education.
The Great Barrington Select Board and Finance Committee will hold a public hearing on the fiscal year 2023 budget at 6 p.m. Tuesday, via Zoom.
A shift in student numbers at Berkshire Hills makes Stockbridge's share of school budget costs rise steeply for fiscal 2023. The total proposed budget is up 5.08 percent.
A $485 million increase in funding for K-12 public schools in Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget proposal is a step in the right direction, Berkshire County lawmakers say, but they are concerned that the unique needs of rural districts aren’t being addressed.