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Regional School District #17 to Host Third Community Meeting on Master Plan

By Town of Killingworth.

(Spetember 13, 2023)— Regional School District #17 (RSD17) invites Haddam and Killingworth residents to attend the third in a series of Community Conversations about RSD 17’s Master Planning process. The conversation will take place at Haddam Killingworth High School tonight, September 13, 2023, at 6:00 pm. Prior to the event on September 13, there is an open house at the high school at 4:30 p.m. Building tours will be held from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Guided tours will begin at the Central Office lobby area of the High School campus at 4:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.

RSD17 is focused on achieving its vision and fulfilling the components of the Vision of the Graduate. To that end, the school district is creating a Master Plan to guide RSD 17 over the next 20+ years. The Master Plan is a long-range plan to repair, rebuild or replace the school buildings. The information residents provide during these conversations will be used to identify a plan that meets the educational needs of our students while also addressing the expectations of the community.

During this third community conversation, attendees will be presented with a further refined version of the overall plan. The current plan options were developed with the community input received to date, while also considering enrollment projections and the current conditions of our buildings. At the community conversation, attendees will have an opportunity to provide feedback. Prior to the presentation, questions may be sent to Please review our most recent flier with the upcoming important dates.

RSD17 has already held two community conversations, hosted school tours, conducted surveys, enrollment forecasts, a facilities analysis, and held multiple planning meetings. These materials and additional master planning information can be found on the Master Plan website.


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