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VUHS students focus on social justice

SOPHOMORES TRYPHENE MIGUEL, left, and Jackson Gernander are two members of Full Send, the growing group of VUHS students who are working with administrators and board members to plan next week’s second annual Social Justice Festival and Community Discussion at the Vergennes school. Full Send is dedicated to improving the school’s climate for all.  Independent photo/Andy Kirkaldy

VUHS students’ results in a national survey on school climate show many are unhappy. Only 41% of the school’s students — grades 7 through 12 — said they felt a sense of belonging there.

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