Savoy may extend its tuition agreement with the Hoosac Valley Regional School District to the middle school level.
 iBerkshires.com reports reports after reviewing decreasing school choice numbers Monday, Superintendent Aaron Dean said he has been in communication with Savoy about possibly including its middle school-age children. The school already sends most of its high school students to Hoosac Valley High School.
 Dean said the addition of Savoy wouldn't massively increase Hoosac Valley's population but would add a few more kids to the student body.
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