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VHS athletes playing sports at next level

Vandegrift has a large number of athletes from the class of 2018 participating at the next level in their respective sports. Photo by Jenny Palmieri

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Easter new FPMS principal

LaToya Easter is the new principal of Four Points Middle School replacing Joe Ciccarelli, who opened the school in 2010 and is now retiring.

“I am excited to welcome LaToya Easter back to Leander ISD as the new principal of Four Points Middle School,” said Dan Troxell, Leander ISD superintendent on May 17. “LaToya is an energetic leader who brings a vast amount of experience in best instructional practices and supporting achievement for all students. LaToya is ready to build upon the incredible culture that has been established at Four Points and continue to enhance teaching and learning for all.”\ Continue reading

Walton new CRMS principal

Kimberly Waltmon is the new principal of Canyon Ridge Middle School replacing Susan Sullivan, who opened the school 2004 and is now retiring.

“Kimberly has worked her entire educational career in Leander ISD, and she is a proven leader in our district,” said Dan Troxell, Leander ISD superintendent who made this announcement on June 1. “She is ready to build upon the incredible culture that has been established at Canyon Ridge and continue to enhance teaching and learning for all.”

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2018 Vandegrift “senior walks” inspire young students

Vandegrift senior walk at Grandview Hills Elementary.

By CAITLIN MCKEAND, Vandegrift Voice

Vandegrift graduation took place Friday night with approximately 550 seniors at the H-E-B Center. Prior to commencement ceremonies, many members of the class of 2018 participated in “senior walks”, where they walked through the halls of the local elementary and middle schools they attended.

“I think it’s really for closure and also I’m always amazed how excited everyone is to see where the students are going,” VHS college and career transition coordinator Sarah Spradling said. “I think the seniors have been working so hard and from my perspective, the celebration is so fast at the end. So I think we need to draw out that celebration so it will be really nice and fulfilling for students.”

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