Pioneer Valley Regional School District

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Pioneer Valley Regional School District
Established 7-12: 1957; K-12: 1991
Type Public Regional Academic
Students 1,151
Grades K–12
Location Warwick, Northfield, Bernardston, Leyden, Massachusetts, USA
Campus Rural
Colors Black and Yellow
Mascot Black Panther
Website Pioneer Valley Regional School District

Pioneer Valley Regional School District is a four town town regional school district in eastern and central Franklin County, Massachusetts. Grade K-6 elementary schools are located in each town, and the single middle/high school for the entire district (Grades 7-12), Pioneer Valley Regional School, is located in Northfield, Massachusetts. The district was initially formed by the four member towns in 1957 to serve grades 7-12, and became a fully regionalized district K-12 district in 1991. Its administrative offices are housed in Pioneer Valley Regional School at 97 F. Sumner Turner Road, Northfield, Massachusetts.

The schools are:

  • Leyden: Pearl Rhodes Elementary School (K-6)
  • Bernardston: Bernardston Elementary School (K-6)
  • Northfield: Northfield Elementary School (K-6) and Pioneer Valley Regional School (7-12, district-wide)
  • Warwick: Warwick Community School (K-6)

The District is governed by a 12-member School Committee, with three members elected from each of the four district towns.

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