This year's recipients of The Dickinson Trust are SRS teachers Elizabeth McCarthy and Laura Fitzgerald. Gene Theroux joined us at the December 5 School Committee Meeting to present the award. Congratulations Laura and Elizabeth!!!
The Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Awards program has brought recognition to more than a thousand distinguished educators since its launch in 2004. The program annually honors Western Massachusetts educators in Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden counties and seeks to motivate teachers at all stages of their careers to aspire to excellence. This year we are pleased to honor three teachers: Morgan Gall at Southwick Regional School. Congratulations to these distinguished teachers and thank you for your service and dedication to the students at STGRSD!
The Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Awards honors Erin Wilson at Southwick Regional School. Congratulations!
Superintendent Willard had the pleasure of honoring Woodland School 1st Grade Teacher Julie Dolan with the first “You Make a Difference Award”. The recognition came from a parent who reached out to Superintendent Willard to tell her of the positive impact Mrs. Dolan had on her daughter in 1st Grade.
Thank you Mrs. Dolan for your commitment and dedication!
The Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Awards honors Emily Tampone at Woodland School. Congratulations!
We partnered with State and Local Police to conduct lockdown drills at each of the of the four schools. We learned a lot and the students and staff did an excellent job!
We extend our thanks to ALL of the Officers from our community and the surrounding communities, and the Southwick Fire department, for working so collaboratively to make the drills successful.
Our Regional School District serves the three towns of Southwick, Tolland and Granville. Southwick is an agricultural and residential community with approximately 9,000 residents. The town of Granville joined the District in 2012 and has approximately 1,500 residents. Tolland, an original member of the district, is a small town on the edge of the Berkshires, with a population of about 500 residents. The District is located along the southern Massachusetts border in Hampden County. The Woodland School, the Powder Mill School and the Regional High School are located on the same campus at Feeding Hills Road in Southwick. The Southwick Town Library is also conveniently located on this campus. The Granville Village School (K-6) is located on Rt. 57 in Granville just east of the Town Common. The District is committed to maximizing each student’s academic and personal potential, and to providing an enriching and supportive learning environment.