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How to Succeed
The Leland and Gray Players presented the musical satire, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, from November 14 to 18 for hundreds of appreciative Players' fans from the Valley and beyond. All agreed, the 50-year-old musical still has relevance today. Ann Landenberger was director; Ron Kelley, music director; and Abby Wicker, assistant producer. Here are some images of the show from Players' parents Dale Stevens and Lisa Litchfield.
On April 4th 2014, Leland & Gray Middle & High School will present Career Day 2014. Career Day will be an opportunity for all students’ to learn more about career choices from representatives working in many fields. The table below provides information about each Career Cluster. When ready to take the survey, select the five top sessions you would like to attend. If you have a specific career field interest in mind (job description) please put that information in the "specific areas of interest" box when you are filling out the online form.
From Rence Ricohermoso, Leland and Gray math teacher, and Filipino citizen
Dear Leland and Gray Community,
As many of you know last Friday, November 8th, one of the most powerful typhoons in history hit the Philippine Islands, devastating everything in its path. Many lives were lost and the death toll is climbing daily. Medical facilities, homes, businesses, and infrastructures were completely destroyed, and the survivors are desperate for basic needs of water, food, clothing, and medicines. Personally, my family is safe, but many of my friends and community members have lost everything. On behalf of my country people, I am asking for help in supporting their needs by raising funds. At the school we have organized a bottle drive, and we are asking the local community to join in the effort. An L & G Disaster Relief Fund account has been set up at D & K's Redemption Center in Jamaica, and at the Putney Road Redemption Center in Brattleboro. Please help us help the Filipino survivors by bringing your redeemable items to one of the redemption centers and donating the funds to the relief account. In addition to the bottle drive, donation checks can be made out to Leland and Gray Union High School with a memo noting the Disaster Relief Fund (PO Box 128 Townshend, Vermont 05353). I will make sure that the funds directly reach those in need. MARAMING SALAMAT PO! ("Thank you very much" in Tagalog).
With great appreciation,