The Adams-Cheshire Regional School District is down 7 percent in enrollment.
According to Oct. 1 preliminary enrollment numbers, the district dropped 98 students, from 1,318 down to 1,220. This year's enrollment numbers are down more than 300 since 2010.
Williamstown Elementary School's enrollment saw a dramatic increase over the summer, but school officials were able to find the money to hire new teachers without cutting programming at the K-through-6 school.
McCann Technical School administrators are preparing for the upcoming school year and welcoming a small uptick in incoming freshmen.
Principal Justin Kratz told the School Committee on Thursday that 144 eighth-graders have shown an interest in going to McCann.