High School Graduations Delayed
Will Sennott
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School 2020 graduation is tentatively set for July 26, and the Martha's Vineyard Charter School is looking to the fall for a ceremony.
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High School Mulls Graduation Alternatives
Aaron Wilson
Alternative plans for graduation ceremonies and budget matters occupied the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee Monday.
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School Superintendent Outlines Strategies for Coronavirus
Louisa Hufstader
The coronavirus is making its presence felt in Martha’s Vineyard schools, with four staff members under self-quarantine after recent international travel and a number of children out of class.
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Amid Coronavirus Concerns, High School Cancels Student Trips
Aaron Wilson
Amid growing concern about the global coronavirus outbreak, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has taken numerous measures including canceling school trips.
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Athletic Field Plan Hits Early Snag
Aaron Wilson
An ambitious plan to overhaul the athletic fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School hit a bump in the road this week.
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Planning Board to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed Athletic Complex
The Oak Bluffs planning board will hold a public hearing on March 12 at 5 p.m.
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Student Magazine Earns National Accolades
The National Council of Teachers of English awarded the regional high school magazine Seabreezes its highest award.
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High School Files Plans for Athletic Field Overhaul
Aaron Wilson

Following years of discussion, planning and controversy, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School this week submitted the first phase of a plan to renovate the school track and athletic fields.

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High School Students Earn Top Prizes at Scholastic Art Competition
A total of 24 students from Martha’s Vineyard earned recognition for their work in this year’s Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, an annual statewide competition.
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High School Students Put Litter in Its Place
Will Sennott
Members of a student-led initiative to eliminate litter on Martha’s Vineyard have spent nearly every Sunday since October combing streets and beaches for trash.
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