Imagine a public education full of extraordinary experiences . . .
A community center with tech training, educational toys & equipment, video and audio recording studios,
All in a space that encouraged exploration . . .
That community is ours...
The Mahoney-Hewat Center is the largest project the 21st Century Fund has done and we continue to take an active interest in it's growth and development. The Center is directly behind the Ag Ed wing of HVRHS and is an important regional resource.
MHSTC 2017 Summer Programming
SummerScience for students entering 1st-5th grades:
Intro to Engineering for students entering 8th-12th grades:
Will be cancelled this summer due to construction on HVRHS Campus.
Live Model Drawing/Painting for students entering 10th-12th grades and interested adults:
This will be hosted at Lee Kellogg, contact Warren Prindle at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Civic Life Project Summer Session
July 24th - 28th is open to 8th to 12th grade students. For more information go to - https://www.civiclifeproject.org/summer-camp
Trip to Sharon Playhouse
This year we will be going to a matinee performance of The Music Man on August 10th. If interested contact, Nancy Hegy Martin at email@example.com.
The Mahoney-Hewat Recording studio is complete and open to students!
HVRHS is grateful to the following organizations for their support and commitment to developing diverse educational opportunities for Region One students and the community. Anyone interested in using the recording studio should contact the Mahoney-Hewat Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
21st Century Fund for HVRHS
Carlton D. Flyer and Jenny R. Flyer Fund, a fund of The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut
Carraig Design/ Build LLC