Career Technical Education Advisory Committees forming

Posted by Ty Hobbs

PDF icon Dear Community Member,

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School is committed to excellence and continuous improvement in our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. We are reaching out to all community stakeholders, and requesting they work with us as CTE Advisory committee members in enhancing  and building our CTE programs… [continue reading]

PDF icon Prezado(a) Membro da Comunidade,

Martha Vineyard Regional High School tem o compromisso com a excelência e melhoria contínua em nossos programas de Carreira e Educação Técnica (CTE). Estamos estendendo as mãos para todos os interessados em trabalhar com a gente como membros do conselho consultivo do comitê do programa CTE na melhoria e construção de nossos programas… [continuar lendo]

PDF icon Role Of CTE Advisory Committees

PDF icon Papel Dos Comitês Consultivos do CTE

Captains of Industry: Infographics

Check out these infographics made by 10th grade students in Ms. Thulins U.S. History class!  Their assignment was to compare “Captains of Industry” from 1900 to today.  They are proud of their work. Feel free to comment!

Bezos vs. Vanderbilt
Mary Morano

Chen vs. Edison
Doug Debettencourt

Edison vs. Jobs
Julia Hart

Gates vs. Morgan
Kate Sudarsky

Gates vs. Rockefeller
Juniper Ezanno

Jordan vs. Taylor
James Robinson

King Saud vs. Rockefeller
Lucas Debettencourt

Page vs. Carnegie
Mitchell Chavez

Zuckerburg vs. Edison
Cana Courtney

MV Gazette: New Principal Joins Students for Walk Through Island History

Ninth grader Emily Hewson had just finished reading her peers the plaque outside the Overton House, the former home of a civil rights political leader and one of the stops on the African American Heritage Trail, when the field trip took an unusual turn.

“It seems we have lost the principal!” Elaine Weintraub, history teacher and a founder of the African American Heritage Trail, announced. The high school freshmen craned their heads around one another to see if, in fact, the principal was missing. He was.

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