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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

  • Middle School Regional Athletics and Activities Proposal

    The History Behind the Proposal:

    The idea of a regional sports team for Middle School students began over ten years ago, with coaches. In the past two years, more groups—parents, coaches, rec center directors—have spoken about this topic. In the past, all six schools fielded teams consisting of 7th and 8th graders in each season (soccer in the fall; basketball in the winter; baseball/softball in the spring).  Schools would play each other for a ten-game season. With declining enrollment and being unable to field teams by themselves, schools needed to join with other schools (co-op) as well as add 6th graders to the team in order to field teams.


  • A Letter Regarding Middle School Sports and Activities

    To the Students, Parents, and Constituents of Region One,

    On January 6, the Region One Board was to consider including the Middle School Sports and Activities Program in the proposed budget for 2020-2021. Unfortunately for the students in Region One, the vote of the Region One Board was 4 against and 2 for, in spite of the fact that four of the six K-8 schools had voted for the program.


  • Notifications for School Closings, Delays and Dismissals

    Dear Parents, Faculty/Staff, and Administration: 

    As we enter the winter months, I feel the need to communicate with you on the important issue of emergency closings, early dismissals and late openings within Region One. As a school district, we know of the many plans for childcare that come with snow and other inclement weather conditions. I want to take a few moments to outline our district's procedures for closings and delays and request your understanding as we begin the winter months. 

    To explain how the process begins,


  • Our Focus - by Dr. Pam Vogel, Superintendent

    We have had a good beginning to our school year. Our administrative team is cohesive and forward thinking; our teachers and support staff understand that we seek excellence in our schools and that our boards and the administration will support them as they strive for this.

    An important part of our story is sharing the news about what it is that our schools provide. Communication is everything- telling others about what exists, the wide variety of programs and opportunities, the caring environment, and, based on student needs, more that we anticipate needs to take place.


  • HVRHS Senior Carly Tygart wins prestigious Contemporary Visual Arts Scholarship

    Carly Tygart of Lakeville received the Contemporary Visual Arts Scholarship (CVAS) award presented at the recent Awards Ceremony held at HVRHS.  The forty-thousand dollar scholarship is given annually to a graduating senior who plans to pursue a four-year degree in Fine Art.  ...more

Notes from the Superintendent

  • Our Year in Review – and What Lies Ahead

    Each year, we speak about how quickly the year flies by. Suddenly it’s June and time for end of year field trips and graduations! 

    I want to begin by thanking our teachers, administrators, and all of our staff members who have consistently been open to new ideas and new learning. Each and every one is always giving their best. It is because of our staff that we are able to grow, to create new pathways to learning, and try new approaches. We recognize that we are 19 years into the 21st Century and this new century presents new challenges that we had not before ever imagined, but now are our reality....more

Regional Highlights

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