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HVRHS freshmen given preview of the year to come

FALLS VILLAGE — The Class of 2022, about 80 of them, arrived at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) on Friday, Aug. 24, at 8:30 a.m. for orientation.
The first day of school was the following Monday, Aug. 27.
They were greeted by a group of “peer helpers,” easily identifiable by their bright yellow T-shirts and big smiles. 

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Good to be back and see old friends

The new school year started in the Region One School District  on Monday, Aug. 27. Children in elementary school and young adults at Housatonic Valley Regional High School returned to their campuses early Monday morning; freshmen at the high school had already spent a day getting oriented to their new schedules and campus on Friday, Aug. 24. 
At Salisbury Central School, a little after 8:30 a.m., the area in front of the upper building was a seething mass of small children, teachers and staff, and parents taking photographs.

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Enrollment and spirits up at NCCC

WINSTED — Enrollment is up this year at Northwestern Connecticut Community College (NCCC), where 988 students have enrolled for the fall semester, an increase from last year’s tally of 957 students.
The community college in Winsted was founded in 1965 and serves students from 22 towns in the state. The first day of classes was Tuesday, Aug. 28.
The college offers 46 different academic degree and certificate programs. Its campus includes 11 buildings, which are all located in downtown Winsted.

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