MVC Approves High School Athletic Fields Plan 10-6
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted 10-6 to approve the regional high school athletic field project at a dramatic meeting Thursday night, capping a long-running and often acrimonious debate over synthetic turf fields.
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High School Will Try Again to Enter MSBA Program
The Martha’s Vineyard regional high school district committee voted Monday to apply for a sixth time to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) grant program.
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Class of 2021 Looks to Shift from Pandemic Past to Brighter Future
Alone and together, the regional high school class of 2021 persevered. Graduation is Sunday at the school baseball diamond, with a public parade set for Saturday morning along State Beach.
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Electronics Disposal Day Moves to High School
The spring electronics disposal benefit, taking place Saturday, has a new location — the high school parking lot.
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High School Graduation Will be Held on Campus Outdoors This Year
Graduation ceremonies for the class of 2021 will be held outdoors on the varsity baseball field in June, school officials confirmed this week.
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High School Launches Program to Help Struggling Students
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has launched a program to support at-risk students and those struggling academically.
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High School Students Shine at Scholastic Art Awards
Louisa Hufstader
Students from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School have received 42 nominations in the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
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Film Highlights Hidden Dangers in The Social Dilemma
Louisa Hufstader
The Island Wide Youth Collaborative, Youth Task Force and NAMI of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard sponsored a free screening of The Social Dilemma and hosted a discussion after the film.
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Schools Report Six New Cases, But Reopening Process to Stay on Track
Maia Coleman and Noah Asimow

Martha's Vineyard schools reported six new cases Thursday. Superintendent Matt D'Andrea said in a letter to parents that in-person learning would continue.

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High School Committee Narrowly Adopts Hybrid Learning Plan
Maia Coleman
At a heated meeting Monday, a sharply divided Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee voted 5-4 to approve a hybrid learning plan.
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