The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee last week decided to cut down the number of new school choice slots open in the district in response to uncertainty about the coming academic year.
In fact, the district will offer just two slots at one of its two elementary schools in order to allow the younger siblings of two existing pupils to enroll in kindergarten.
Generally, the administration asked that the committee cut back from the 13 choice slots that the committee discussed earlier this year.
Mount Greylock Regional School did not have any choice slots in the original, pre-COVID-19 plan. Lanesborough Elementary School originally had seven slots proposed, but Principal Nolan Pratt agreed with the proposal Grady made to the committee, even though he generally likes the choice program.
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