Charlie McInerney is not your typical high school kid. He just got back from orientation at Ohio Technical College in Cleveland, Ohio, having driven there and back in a 1983 Mercedes 300 D Turbo Diesel that he converted to operate on vegetable oil. Herald, April 4th
Supt. Brent Kay has been selected as the Vermont Superintendent of the Year for 2014 by the Vermont Superintendents Association (VSA). Brent was presented with the Frederick H. Tuttle Superintendent of the Year Award at the annual meeting of the Association on May 22, 2014.
What do a dairy farmer, Miss Vermont, pregnant teens, a recovering addict, a medical doctor, local minister, and the Chancellor of the Vermont State Colleges all have in common? Each of these people – and many more – have been involved in a special class at Randolph Union High School this year.
Twenty-two students from Randolph Union High School traveled throughout Portugal and Spain during the recent April vacation. Along with their chaperones, Principal Dave Barnett and teachers Deb Lary and Simona Talos, the group also crossed the Mediterranean by way of a 45-minutes ferry ride to spend a day in Morocco.
Randolph Union High School had an unprecedented number of applicants apply for participation in the Governor's Institutes of Vermont Summer Programs for 2014, and according School Counselor and AP Coordinator Beverly Taft, all 22 were accepted.
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