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See Superintendent's Letter to the Graduates

Live Your Own Dreams

Graduates of the Randolph County School System: 

During the next week, high school graduation special events and ceremonies will occur throughout the Randolph
 County School System. In fact, one such ceremony already has been held for the Randolph Early College High School graduates. Thus, I want to take a moment to congratulate each one of you for reaching this educational milestone in your life.

In addition to congratulating you on this accomplishment, I want to “thank you” for your positive impact on our school system. During the years since your first day of kindergarten, you have worked hard to learn and apply new ideas and information as well as build a special community culture throughout our school system. Along the way, you also have played a major role in many successes beyond the classroom for ourschool system in areas such as the performing arts, student organizations, academic competitions and athletics.

Please know that you are admired for your success in these areas.

Furthermore, you are greatly appreciated for the manner in which our school system was represented by your positive actions in so many different arenas, both inside and outside of the borders of our school system.

As you graduate and move to the next stage of your life, I realize many different paths will be chosen. Some students will enter the world of work. Other students will join a branch of the military in an effort to serve our great country. Additional education at the college/university level or community college level will be the chosen path for other graduates. Regardless of your choice, please do not to forget to “live your own dreams.” If you think you can accomplish something and put your whole heart into it, success most likely will occur. I urge you to hold onto your dreams. Please do not let anyone take them away from you. Likewise, it is important to act in a manner that supports your dreams rather than causes you to give them away.

In closing, I hope you enjoy your final week in the Randolph County School System and all of the special events associated with your high school graduation as well as your graduation ceremony on June 9. Please know that the members of your school’s staff, your parents, members of your community, members of the Randolph County Board of Education and your superintendent are very proud of you.

Based on my observations, our country’s future is very bright with students like you moving towards leadership positions in society. Nonetheless, I have one special request: While I want you to enjoy the next week, it is imperative that all of you remember to be safe during these exciting times.


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The Randolph County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Marty Trotter, Title IX Coordinator, and Edwina Ashworth, Section 504 Coordinator, 2222-C South Fayetteville St. Asheboro, NC 27205 Phone: 318-6100.

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