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Megan Hight, Special Education

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    After previously working at Randall for four years, Megan Hight made her return this year.  Hight teaches math, history, science and English in the TLC classroom.

“I returned to Randall because it is in the best school district around,” Hight said. “I love my students. They make coming to work fun.”

Hight, who initially went to college to become an athletic trainer, said she became a teacher because she wanted to be a good role model for kids.

“I want (my students) to know that they can do anything they set their heart to,” Hight said.

When it comes to her students, Hight said there is one thing she likes most.

“(I love) seeing my students walk the stage,” Hight said.

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Spencer Maddox, Staff Writer

Spencer Maddox is a junior, and this is his first year on the newspaper staff. Maddox said he wanted to be on newspaper staff because it sounded fun. 

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