New Brazilian Teachers Look to Focus on Language and Culture
The regional high school recently hired Daniel Soares and Carlos Trindade, both natives of Brazil, to join the school's world languages department.
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High School Assesses Feasibility Study Funds
High school committee members had voted last year to reduce the $2 million feasibility study request for the new school by kicking in $500,000 in excess and deficiency funds. But this week, the committee voted to ask towns for the full $2 million instead.
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High School Considers New Sports Ticketing Policy
Island students and their families won’t have to pay at the gate to attend high school sports events for at least the next month, as the Martha’s Regional High School committee works out a new ticketing policy.
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High School Tightens Fiscal Year 2024 Budget
Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School administrators have made further adjustments to the school’s operating budget for fiscal year 2024, arriving at a slim 2.11 per cent increase.
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Big Band Swings in Debut Winter Jazz Fest
The MV Big Band’s first-ever winter jazz festival was a double triumph for the regional high school music program led by teacher Ray Fallon.
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Recent MVRHS Graduate Dies in Maine Car Crash
A recent MVRHS graduate and Maine Maritime Academy student from Aquinnah died in a car crash early Saturday morning in Castine, Maine that killed four college students and left three others injured.
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High School Committee Shifts Shelter Discussion Date
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School committee will discuss the winter shelter request on Nov. 28 at 6 p.m.
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School Enrollment on the Rise, Contrary to Statewide Trend
Bucking a statewide trend, the Vineyard public school system continues to grow, with 2,253 students enrolled across the Island on Oct. 1 compared to 2,191 a year earlier.
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High School Analyzes Improved MCAS Scores; ELL Population Grows
Island high school students have effectively bounced back from pandemic-era educational challenges with improved MCAS scores, as the English Language Learner program grows.
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Oak Bluffs Becomes First Town to Approve New High School Funding Formula
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's proposed renovation project took a key step forward Tuesday night, as Oak Bluffs became the first Island town to approve changes to the regional high school funding agreement.
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