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FALLS VILLAGE — Last month the All Boards Chairs (ABC) committee of the Region One Board of Education finished the evaluation of Region One Superintendent Pamela Vogel, who is in the second year of a three-year contract.

The assessment was done by the seven combined school boards in Region One: the six town boards in Cornwall, Canaan/Falls Village, Kent, North Canaan, Salisbury and Sharon, and the regional board.

It was then compiled and presented by the ABC committee, which is made up of the chairmen of the seven boards.

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Region One meeting: Grades the topic

FALLS VILLAGE — At their regular board meeting on Monday, Feb. 5, members of the Region One Board of Education questioned Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) Principal Jose Martinez about how many students are struggling with poor grades.

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Final tally for CROP walk

FALLS VILLAGE — The 34th Annual Northwest Connecticut CROP Hunger Walk, held Sept. 24, 2017, raised $33,851, exceeding 2016 by almost $5,000, reported the Rev. Heidi Truax of Trinity Episcopal Church in Lime Rock.  
Three-hundred-sixty-two walkers (and at least three dogs) left Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS)and  covered an estimated 1,767 miles. 

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In photo show, beauty is precarious

FALLS VILLAGE — Photographer Tara Nugent’s exhibit, “The Presence of Absence,” is at the Two Walls Gallery in the library at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) through March 16.
Nugent, who graduated from HVRHS in 2009, said she sees “something beautiful” in ordinary objects, such as precariously tilting outhouses, or a fence made of old, warped boards.
“I know the moment could be gone in minutes.”
Nugent does much of her work in medium-format film — specifically, 120 size film.

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Concerns over grades at HVRHS

FALLS VILLAGE — Concerns about the number of students with poor grades, and the effect on participation in their extracurricular activities, surfaced last week at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS).
On Thursday, Jan. 25, Principal Jose Martinez sent a letter to parents explaining the situation.
There is a new grading system at the high school and it is in its first year of full implementation.

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Frustration and uncertainty in D.C.

FALLS VILLAGE — “It’s an extraordinary time in the nation’s history,” said U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-5) at the start of a wide-ranging interview with The Lakeville Journal on Friday, Jan. 26, at the paper’s new office in Falls Village.
“I feel like I’m back in school and have been given a blue book. ‘Congress: explain. Trump: explain,’” Esty said.

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Geo Bee close call

FALLS VILLAGE - — Lee H. Kellogg School teacher Amy Lake reported the eighth grade Geo Bee on Wednesday, Jan. 10, was “one of our biggest nail-biters in a long time. A real battle for third place, and then neck and neck between the two finalists.” 
The champion was Natalie Wadsworth, with Alex Lopes in second place and Avery Tripp in third. 

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Housatonic Student of the Week: Dean Saccardi

The Lakeville Journal congratulates the honorees of the student of the week program at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. 
 

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Corner ready to join 21st century?

FALLS VILLAGE -— If you’re a resident of rural Connecticut, it is all too easy to imagine, especially in winter, driving down an unpopulated road lined with trees and finding the aftermath of car accident. Equally easy to imagine is checking on the driver, pulling out your phone to call for help, and finding you have no signal. Calling 911 at that moment is not an option. Do you wait with the injured party hoping someone else will drive by in time? Or do you leave so you can eventually make it to an area with service? 

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Town meeting will decide on LHK funds

FALLS VILLAGE — At the regular monthly meeting on Monday, Dec.11, the Falls Village Board of Finance agreed to ask a town meeting to approve a supplemental appropriation for the replacement of the elementary school’s phone system.
School board Chairman Pat Mechare and Lee H. Kellogg School Principal Lexy Juch explained that after Thanksgiving the 20-year-old phone system at Kellogg began to fail. Voice mail functions did not work, for instance, so when staff members were busy phone calls went unanswered.

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Halls alive with sound of music

FALLS VILLAGE — The winter concert at Housatonic Valley Regional High School on Friday, Dec. 15, featured six separate student groups and a wide variety of musical styles.
The Night Choir performed the always-popular “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” the Jazz Band did Chuck Mangione’s “Bellavia,” and the Concert Choir handled “How Far I’ll Go” by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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