Tri-District Obtains $50,000 Regionalization Grant

The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) announces the $50,000 regionalization grant award to the Mount Greylock Regional, Lanesborough and Williamstown public school districts.


The objective is to form a supposed Regional District Amendment Committee. Regionalization makes the tri-district to have a single school committee and a single budget, managed by one superintendent. The grants enable the tri-district to hire specific specialists to assist the Committee.

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