Greylock Elementary School's fifth statement of interest to the Massachusetts School Building Authority has gained acceptance into the new-school pipeline. After several years of asking, the new-school proposal is ready to start moving through the multiyear process.

The first step is eligibility, which can take up to 270 days, according to North Adams Public Schools Superintendent Barbara Malkas. During this step, informational groundwork will begin, such as appointing a school building committee by members of the School Committee, she said.

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