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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

  • Region One Announces A New Assistant Superintendent Team

    Falls Village, Connecticut (June 8, 2020) - The Region One Board of Education is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Scott Fellows and Ms. Jill Pace as the team to fill the Interim Assistant Superintendent position for .6 of their time, with .4 of their time devoted to responsibilities in their respective schools. 

    The Assistant Superintendent Search Committee, composed of all members of the Region One Board of Education and the All Board Chairs Committee along with incoming Interim Superintendent Lisa Carter, determined that it was best to consider internal qualified candidates who could leverage understanding of the Region One school system and therefore be immediately effective in continuing curriculum and professional learning support. The teaming of Dr. Fellows and Ms. Pace will be effective in serving all grades throughout the Region during a time that will continue to present complex challenges to all educators. Dr. Fellows will support the curriculum and professional learning needs for Housatonic Valley Regional High School as well as for the Pre-K -12 math teachers, and Ms. Pace will do the same for the six Region One Pre-K-8 schools. 


  • Communication to Communities - June 8, 2020

    “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”  – Nelson Mandela (1994)

    Dear Students, Families, Staff and Community Members of Region One,
    We stand together with those we serve at this time of crisis. Unfortunately, our nation has a devastating condition of racism. Ending racism must be about ending inequities of all kinds. We strive for greater equity in our own work. We are unrelenting in our efforts to inspire our society to embrace and translate solutions into policies and collective and individual action for a better, more just world for all people.

    There are deep divides in our country at the moment; these deep divides have existed for many years. Now, after the death of George Floyd, as well as others who have lost their lives as a result of racist and extreme violence, the deeply painful experiences of the last weeks require us to acknowledge that we must do more. 


  • CT State Department of Education, June 2, 2020

    Please click the link below to read important information from our Education Commissioner about the current situation facing our nation with protests. Included are many resources for educators and families.

    Letter from Commissioner Cardona...more

  • The Arts Fund for Region One Scholarships 2020

    Dear Families,

    In light of the current situation with Covid-19 and the uncertainty surrounding the availability and safety of arts programs, The Arts Fund for Region One has regrettably decided to defer scholarship offerings until next summer when we hope that things will be back to normal. Our Board of Directors debated long about this decision, but inevitably decided that this was the best course of action.  

    We are hearty advocates of art-related pursuits, therefore, it is our hope that your child will apply for a summer study scholarship next year.  We will, of course, be sure that you are reminded about the availability of funds in early spring 2021.

    Until then, be well and be safe. 

    Most Sincerely,

    Linda Law Peppe

    Scholarship Chair


  • SMART Recovery Program for Ages 15-18



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