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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

  • Outstanding Questions from Dr. Guskey’s meeting with Region One Parents and Community

    Outstanding Questions from Dr. Guskey’s meeting with Region One Parents and Community
    Thursday, August 30, 2018
    Note: These are the questions that Dr. Guskey was able to address since our meeting with him. He felt he was not able to answer any questions specific to Region One policies and curriculum.


  • Newsletter of the HVRHS Career Experience Program

    Newsletter of the HVRHS Career Experience Program...more

  • A Crisis We Cannot Ignore

    We are aware of the nation-wide drug crisis in our area, particularly now with opioids. We are fortunate to have a number of supportive agencies in the northwest corner of our state which provide much needed help, both for prevention and treatment.

    Connecticut Attorney General’s Office
    On February 14, 2018, the Northwest Corner Prevention Network (NCPN) held their monthly meeting at HVRHS. Ines Cenatiempo, from the CT Attorney General’s office, spoke about opioid use in the state and she shared the film, “Chasing the Dragon” and highlighted how extensive the drug problem is in Connecticut.

    Ms. Cenatiempo will be invited to speak with administrators to present this same information. A morning hour long session with 7th and 8th graders and an afternoon session with High School students will also be planned. We expect to schedule this for a day in April. The purpose of all these meetings is to create awareness of opioid dangers and the support that is available for prevention and addiction.


  • College Admissions and Mastery Based (Proficiency Based) Transcripts

    74 New England Institutions of Higher Education State that Proficiency-Based Diplomas Do Not Disadvantage Applicants


  • Mastery Based Learning and Colleges: What are colleges and universities looking for today?

    Please click the link below to read a Q and A session with Nancy Davis Griffin, VP of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs for the University of Southern Maine.  Nancy has worked in higher education for over 35 years.  She has worked directly in admissions as a Dean and a Director, and now she oversees admissions, financial aid, and a variety of other student services.  She connects with admissions and prospective students on a daily basis.


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.

Quarterly Newsletter

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