The Wachusett Regional School District is the largest regional district in the state with 13 schools educating over 7500 students across the five towns of Holden, Paxton, Princeton, Rutland, and Sterling. Wachusett teachers have demonstrated an extraordinary capacity to bring the benefits of Education Reform and K-12 regionalization into the lives of the children in their classrooms. The results of their efforts are amply demonstrated in the exemplary gains in student achievement. Click here to find out more about our successes and areas targeted for further improvement.
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Our Mission for 21st Century Learning
The Wachusett Regional School District is committed to helping our students develop the college and career readiness skills they will need to find success beyond our schools. Given our challenges, we will need to innovate our approaches, find efficiencies where possible, and support the ongoing efforts of our teachers and administrators to embrace 21st century learning.
To this end, the District embarked on a number of initiatives through our AIM21 campaign. In order to provide students with career competencies they will need, our schools are building 21st Century Skills into all curriculum areas. As we address the demand for digital literacy in the 21st century, classrooms are integrating digital Learning Tools as a vehicle for instruction. Digital Conversion and green school efforts are reducing waste and energy consumption to realize financial efficiencies and protect our environment.