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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

  • 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


  • Information for Families 5/6/2020

    Dear Families in Region One,

    Yesterday, we learned that Governor Lamont requested that all schools remain closed for the remainder of this school year. While we are all sad that we won’t be back in our schools to see our students, we understand that this must be done, to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

    We know that students and parents have been accomplishing much to see that students are receiving an education while they are at home. Our teachers and administrators have been planning for the past months, so that our students could have the best education possible through distance learning. We understand that students would much rather be in school, able to see their teachers and friends face to face. Time for our children and adults to talk together is so important. We recognize this and are looking to find more ways to make learning even more interesting—something that students look forward to. What is most important for everyone is for our kids to be engaged and for them to want to learn. Please help us as we continue to try our very best to create engaging learning activities for your student. We encourage you to stay in contact with your child’s teacher or principal to let us know how your child is doing. We are here to support you through this time.

    There are a few other important things for you to know:


  • 4/10/2020 Information for Families

    Dear Families,

    First of all, I want to thank you for the help you have given to our students these past weeks. Life is upside down for everyone, as now family members are placed with the responsibility of helping children learn and communicate online, at the same time family schedules and situations are far from normal. We greatly appreciate all that you are doing to support your children and each other through a trying time.

    The following is important information for everyone to know.


  • SMART Recovery Program for Ages 15-18


  • The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”)

    The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) goes into effect Wednesday, April 1, 2020.


Notes from the Superintendent

  • September 2019 - Our Focus

    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.


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