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Lenox Memorial Middle and High School, facing ongoing interior structural and environmental challenges, is seeking to join the line of schools statewide, including Monument Mountain Regional High, hoping to win Massachusetts School Building Authority grants.
The School Committee has adopted a total school budget of $14.9 million for fiscal 2023, which is about $270,000 higher than the Select Board's targeted 3 percent spending increase.
With budgets being balanced while taxpayers and town leaders watch closely, some new ideas on education priorities are emerging.
The proposed Lenox school budget is $270,000 higher than the town had wanted, and the School Committee chairman said that deeper spending cuts require personnel reductions.
The Lenox School Committee holds a public forum on Tuesday to discuss whether pandemic restrictions such as mandated indoor masking should be eased. Members would be well-advised to stick to the facts.
The Lenox School Committee gratefully accepted the donation of two standard poodles from Lee Kohlenberger of Berkshire Dogs Unleashed.
In Lenox, public school leaders are acting to help middle and high schoolers, especially in 7th and 11th grades, overcome social-emotional difficulties after the resumption of full-time, in-person education.
The policy guideline adopted Monday night applies to everyone inside Lenox public school buildings and on school transportation.
Marc J. Gosselin, the new superintendent of Lenox schools, talks about the challenges ahead as school districts across the Berkshires scramble to navigate fraught questions about reopening classrooms as the delta variant surges.
The Lenox school board, unable to agree on a policy reflecting state guidance on masking for students, will try again, seeking more suggestions from parents.