Pioneer Valley Regional School District
|Pioneer Valley Regional School District|
|Established||7-12: 1957; K-12: 1991|
|Type||Public Regional Academic|
|Location||Warwick, Northfield, Bernardston, Leyden, Massachusetts, USA|
|Colors||Black and Yellow|
|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.