• Update 03/25

    Dear BHRSD Community, The last week and a half has been challenging.  I hope you and your families are doing well. I know the uncertainty of this pandemic has been hard.  I’m writing to share some updates. This is a high level letter that will raise dozens of additional questions.  We’ll get to those details in the near future. Collectively we’ve done a great job providing meals to kids and supporting kids and families emotionally.  Special thanks to food service, custodians, teachers, counselors, principals, secretaries, technology staff, and administrators who have reached out to kids and families. Well done all! […]

  • Evening Check-in – 3/19

    Dear BHRSD Families and Community, As we near the end of our first week of quarantine, I’m reaching out to touch base to see how folks are doing and what shifts we may want to make in our routines. I’m hoping your basic needs around food are being met.  Please email if we can be of help and go to any of our 4 meals sites Du Bois Regional Middle School, Great Barrington Fire Department, Housie Dome, Stockbridge Town Hall.  As an aside, the West Stockbridge site will close after Friday and you can go to the Stockbridge location […]

  • Meals starting March 17

    Dear BHRSD Community, In response to community need, BHRSD will be preparing and sharing to go meals (lunches and next day breakfasts) starting Tuesday March 17 from 11:30-12:30.  This will be pick up/drive thru.  Stay in you cars. Meals will be available at the following sites: Du Bois Regional Middle School  (in the main loop) GB Fire Station (in the back parking area) Housie Dome (front entrance) Stockbridge Town Hall (back entrance) West Stockbridge Town Hall (front entrance) Please email us at to let us know how many you want. Be healthy and stay safe. Peter Dillon, Superintendent

  • Social Distancing

    All, I hope everyone in coping well in these challenging times.  I’m happy to report our meals distribution plan is off to a good start.  I hope as well that many of you have heard from your students’ teachers. There is one more piece of information that I’d like to share.  It’s described well in this article:  Social Distancing: This is Not a Snow Day The big idea is that by limiting our contact with others we can flatten the curve and reduce the eventual impact on our health care system.  It makes sense but it may be challenging to […]

  • Berkshire Hills Regional School District Closed For Two Weeks

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