News & updates
News & updates
Now available: The August 2017 "Parent Link" can be viewed in or downloaded from the documents box to the left.
RU Cross Country off to a Fast Start
For the second year in a row, the RUHS Girls' and Boys' Cross Country teams forwent the traditional pre-season practices for a five-day, pre-season training camp.
With coaches Ben Weir and Simona Talos, 15 members of the combined teams traveled to Camp Sunrise in Benson, VT to focus on athletic preparation and team-building. Once there, the runners completed a grueling schedule of workouts along with a variety of team building activities such as trivia, name that tune, a bocce tournament, and the highly-competitive water balloon toss. The week finished with a two-mile time trial that marks the culmination of summer training and the beginning of the competitive fall sports season.
The cross-country teams have grown in both size and popularity over the past few years and are now at their largest-ever size. This year’s team is projected to have approximately thirty high-school participants, along with close to a dozen middle schoolers. New athletes are always welcome to give it a shot. The team practices four-days a week and competes on most Saturdays.
Ken Cadow's Work is Getting the Recognition it Deserves
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. When you see the below video, you'll understand why.