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Elementary Schools

Where the learning begins! Click above to see links to all six of our elementary schools.

High School

The Housatonic Valley Regional High School provides an enriching educational experience for grades 9 - 12.


The Regional School Services Center (RSSC) provides services to all seven schools in personnel, business and finance, curriculum, and special education.

What's Happening

  • 2019/2020 Budget Statement

    The proposed 2019/20 budget does not include any funding for the implementation of a new middle school sports program.  It was decided that additional time is needed to investigate and study the issue further. A broad based district-wide committee will be formed to study a comprehensive K-12 athletic program.  There have been many legitimate concerns raised about the proposed plan and it was decided that a comprehensive review should be completed before any changes to the existing program are made. Anyone interested in participating on the committee should contact Anne MacNeil, regional athletic director at amacneil@hvrhs.org.  

    The Region One Board of Education places the highest priority on the health and safety of all of it’s students.  The district is making changes to the high school to make the campus more secure. Unexpended funds from the 2018/19 budget will be used to address these improvements.  The proposed budget does not include funding for an armed security officer. The Board will continue to study the need for a security officer.


  • Weather Advisory Information

    I want to share with parents, students, and staff the issues with which we must consider, as we are now approaching the winter season....more

Notes from the Superintendent

  • June 2018

    To the Parents, Students, and Community Members of Region One, 

    I reflect on this past school year and think about the changes that have occurred. For certain, many changes that happen in education come under scrutiny, largely due to the fact that it is a departure from what we all have been accustomed to doing. We expect that changes are to happen in the business world, but changes in education have lagged behind the world in which we are preparing our students....more

  • March 2018

    To the Parents, Students, and Community Members of Region One, 

    I always prefer to speak and write about the positive things taking place in our schools. Our students and programs designed to promote increased learning are what we should be spending all of our time communicating....more

Regional Highlights

Best Practices for Reporting Student Achievement, a presentation by Dr. Thomas Guskey at the August 30, 2018 Parent Information Meeting.