The classic Rodgers & Hammerstein musical The King And I runs next week starting on Thursday, March 15th through Saturday, March 17th for four performances only at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. Winner of five Tony Awards when it opened in 1952, The King and I has continued to win Tony Awards with each revival, featuring songs that have become beloved classics: Getting To Know You, I Whistle A Happy Tune, and Shall We Dance.
Visit Tickets ($10 students/seniors, $15 adults) available online, from cast members, at the Salisbury, Sharon, and Kent Pharmacies, or at the door. Special Friday only – balcony seats $5 (only available at the door)!

Cap, Gown & Tassel Orders for Graduation 2018
Attention Seniors – you MUST have your order turned into the Main Office no later than Thursday, March 29. You can also order on-line with this link:
If you are not planning to order or have any questions please call the high school main office 860-824-5123.

Time to register for Spring Sports
The on-line registration for spring sports is open. Go to the “Athletics” tab and click on the registration link. The first day for Baseball pitchers & catchers has changed to Tuesday, March 13. All other spring sports will begin on Saturday, March 17. Team Parent Meeting is Wednesday, March 7.

2nd Annual Wellness Fair
Friday, April 6 from 1:30 – 5:30 pm at the HVRHS Gym. Sponsored by Northwest Corner Prevention Network in partnership with Housatonic Valley Regional High School. Email for more information or to participate in the family-friendly FREE event:

SOAR Trivia Challenge
Date change information HERE

Attached is a letter to explain how the school is handling mid-year senior transcripts and the designation of “NYP” as it relates to GPA and the transcript. If you have questions about this please don’t hesitate to ask the school counselors, Mr. Strever, or Dr. Martinez. Click HERE to see letter.

Career Experience Student Workshops
Students can sign up in Enriching Students under Dr. O’Neill.
Winter 2018 Newsletter of the HVRHS Career Experience Program is available HERE

For information or to enroll online follow this link:
or call 800-732-8090.

Winter 2018 Parent Newsletter Now Online
The Winter 2018 edition of the Parent Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the most recent edition, and email us if you would like to be added to our mailing list for future newsletters!

High School Late Opening Dates 2017-2018
Thursday, March 29 will be the next Teacher Professional Development, the high school will start at 9:45 am and dismiss at the regular time of 2:25 pm. There will also be Late Openings April 26 and May 24.

Click the link for your bus on Late Opening Days:
Cornwall Bus #2 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Cornwall Bus #3 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Cornwall Bus #4 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Falls Village Bus #13 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Falls Village Bus #14 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Kent Bus – #17 Late Opening_2017_2018
Kent Bus #18 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Kent Bus #19 – Late Opening_2017_2018
North Canaan Bus #21 – Late Opening_2017_2018
North Canaan Bus #22 – Late Opening_2017_2018
North Canaan Bus #24 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Salisbury Bus #27 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Salisbury Bus #28- Late Opening_2017_2018
Salisbury Bus #29 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Salisbury Bus #30 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Sharon Bus #5 – Late Opening
Sharon Bus #8 – Late Opening_2017_2018
Sharon Bus #9 – Late Opening_2017_2018

PLEASE NOTE: The above schedules are for High School PD 2 hours late openings (with Elementary Schools on regular time). For weather related 2-hour delayed openings effecting all of Region One schools; the pick up times will be 2 hours later than regular pick up time. (Example: normal time 6:45 am, 2 hour unscheduled delay opening 8:45 am). For questions about bus pick up or drop times contact: All-Star Transportation 860-435-0352.

Order 2018 Yearbook
You will need to use School Order #14109. The yearbooks will arrive at the school late August to early September and we will announce they are ready for pick up on this website.

Self-defense Club
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 pm run by community member Bill Anstett. All are welcome – you just need to get a waiver form from Mr. Tripp and return it signed by a parent or guardian. If you are headed off to college next year – this is a great opportunity to gain some confidence in your ability to protect yourself. In addition to learning techniques, you will learn situational awareness and how to avoid potentially dangerous situations.

Robotics Team
The Who’sCTEKS Robotics team meets at the Mahoney-Hewat Science & Technology Center (located behind the high School). All are welcome to attend.
Click on the link below for the Who’sCTEKS website:

To learn more about FIRST Robotics click on the link below:

Shrinking Our Carbon Footprint
Here at Housatonic, we are doing our part to reduce our carbon footprint. We’ve gotten rid of Styrofoam plates in the cafeteria, and we’re working on eliminating as much plastic as possible from our wastebaskets by looking at solutions such as metal cutlery and boxed water. We’re also using solar power now to offset our fossil fuel consumption. Click on the image to the left to view real-time data on the energy being generated by our new solar panels!