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The preliminary budget proposal for the Lenox Public Schools includes a $775,000 spike over the current year, mostly driven by inflationary pressures.
Lenox Superintendent Marc J. Gosselin has appealed to parents to overcome COVID concerns and send their kids to school since cases have been few and mostly occurred during the holiday break.
In the wake of the recent school shooting in Oxford, Mich., Lenox Police and school officials detail their "safety reset," urging the public to communicate anything that might need an intervention.
The Lenox School Committee gratefully accepted the donation of two standard poodles from Lee Kohlenberger of Berkshire Dogs Unleashed.
Lenox Superintendent Marc Gosselin Jr. declares: "We’re looking at everything with a fresh set of eyes."
When a school district releases its calendar for the year, parents and educators alike have learned to scan to find the days labelled “PD.” PD stands for “professional development.” That means parents have to reshuffle schedules and educators are required to get more educated.
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 Lenox School Committee approved a mandate for all staffers to undergo weekly, pooled COVID testing, and it voted unanimously to support a cross-district lacrosse program for boys from grades 7-12.
Lenox has been awarded $398,035 to upgrade safety and “traffic-calming” measures on East Street near Lenox Memorial Middle and High School and on the downtown portion of Walker Street.
LENOX — It took only 75 minutes for annual town meeting voters to approve $29 million in town spending — it includes $14.2 million for public …