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Pittsfield schools are delaying drills this week designed to help students and staff prepare to respond to violent intruders, out of respect to the lives lost in Tuesday’s school shooting in Texas.
Williamstown brothers Jimmy and Eddie Brannan are now Eagle Scouts, the town’s first scouts to achieve this honor since 2017. Williamstown Troop 70 recognized the Brannans for their accomplishments at a Court of Honor ceremony at First Congregational Church.
Pittsfield music teacher to retire after 29 years educating students in Pittsfield Public Schools. Alla Zernitskaya gives final concert on Thursday.
Alla Zernitskaya will direct her final spring concert with the middle and high school orchestras at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at Zion Lutheran Church. Alumni are invited to join in playing a final piece together at the end of the concert. A reception toasting her retirement will follow.
Herberg Middle School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2021-22 school year.
In an attempt to contextualize recent fights at Taconic High School, Superintendent Joseph Curtis presented data on physical altercations within the district's secondary schools. But the data shows that Taconic does have an elevated rate of fights when compared with similar schools across the states.
The Pittsfield Public School Committee will decide whether or not the accelerated courses in the district's middle schools will resume this year or remain "paused" after the curriculum subcommittee identified equity gaps in the program.
Pittsfield Public Schools has added late afternoon and early evening meal pickup options at two schools.