HYDE PARK — Sara Hoadley, a student at Green Mountain Technical and Career Center, received the Land Steward Award and a $250 prize from the Vermont Land Trust. As the first student involved in GMTCC’s Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems class, she spent last summer helping to manage the land and grow the program. She has also been involved with other activities, including the Game of Logging and the dairy foods competition at the Vermont Farm Show, where she placed second. She has played many team sports and was inducted into the National Honor Society this year. This fall, Sara will be attending Vermont Technical College as a high school senior through their early college program. She will be enrolled in the Vet Tech program, focusing on large animals.

RANDOLPH — Brooke Moses, a student at Randolph Technical Career Center, also received the Land Steward Award and a $250 prize from the Vermont Land Trust. Brooke works at two dairy farms and has five oxen of her own, which she shows at the Tunbridge Fair. “Brooke is passionate about organic dairy and working with her animals,” wrote agricultural technology teacher, Matthew Dragon, about why he nominated her for this award. “When she finds out about new breeds or markets, she researches them and alters her plans accordingly. Brooke is intelligent, determined and focused.”

Brooke has been attending weekend entrepreneurship classes at Community College of Vermont, where she will study business this coming fall semester.

MOUNT HERMON, Mass. — Abigail Renee Mihaly, of East Calais, was named to the head of school’s list for the 2016-17 academic year at Northfield Mount Hermon prep school.

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