GREAT BARRINGTON — Cramped classrooms. Narrow hallways. Little to no natural lighting. Lockers that are too small to fit more than a coat.
Those were the descriptions used to illustrate the current learning environment at Monument Mountain Regional High School by some of its students, at least.
They led tours of the 51-year-old building as a way to give the public a glimpse of what it is like to attend classes.
“You just kind of get used to the negatives,” said student Elana Doren.
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