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Peter and the Starcatcher Coming to RUHS

Peter and the Starcatcher will play at RUHS March 16-18

Ken Cadow's Work is Getting the Recognition it Deserves

RU's Director of Career and Workforce Pathways, Ken Cadow, will be recognized by the New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) and the Vermont Agency of Education as the 2017 State Champion for Vermont in the areas of workforce development, personalization, and proficiency/standards-based graduation. Find out why

School of Tech Introduces Students to Careers in Plastics

Ken Cadow, RU Director of Career and Workforce Pathways, has formed a partnership with GW Plastics called the "School of Tech." This video helps show how this partnership is a win-win for students, the school, and our local economy.

7th Grader Wins Geo-Bee

Cameron Kennedy, a 7th grade student at Randolph Union High School won the school competition of the National Geographic Bee on January 30, along with a shot at a $50,000 college scholarship. The school Bee, at which students answer questions on geography, was the first round in the 29th annual National Geographic Bee.

RU Educator Named 2017 VT State Champion for Education Leadership

Randolph Union High School’s Director of Career and Workforce Pathways, Ken Cadow, has been recognized by the New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) and the Vermont Agency of Education as the 2017 State Champion for Vermont in the areas of workforce development, personalization, and proficiency/standards-based graduation.

Community Forum, January 24, 25, 26th

RU Principals Dave Barnett and Elijah Hawkes invite parents and community members to a discussion on recent and upcoming changes at RUHS.

RUHS Students Plan Guadeloupean Exchange

As a French teacher at RUHS, Brigitte Savard has had the opportunity to take students on trips abroad every year.

Changes at RUHS Generate Questions, Confusion – and Opportunities

Recent changes in teaching, grading, and scheduling are generating questions among students and parents

"Red" to be Performed At RU Oct 20-21

A powerful new drama will be performed at Randolph Union High School October 20-21. “Red” examines the turbulent life and career of artist Mark Rothko – the father of Abstract Expressionism.

RU’s Cross Country Teams Excel at Invitational Meet

On a chilly, cloudy afternoon to end the fourth week of school, Randolph Union hosted its first "home" cross country (XC) meet since 2014 at Vermont Technical College’s official 5k and new 3k courses. The invitational was Randolph’s first opportunity to host a meet since the 2014 season.

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