A New Face in Guidance

Posted on November 15, 2010 by


There’s a new face in the FAHS guidance office, and her name is Mrs. Kim Randolph. She started working at the Fleetwood Area High School on October 13th and is enjoying the experience so far.

Mrs. Randolph grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and attended Roosevelt High School. She went to the University of Minnesota and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications. Her previous occupations have been varied, but she has been very lucky to act as a stay-at-home mom for most of her life.

Her hobbies include reading, going to the movies, and traveling with her family. A few of the places that she has visited with her family include New York City, San Francisco, Kitty Hawk, The Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, Disney World, Europe, and the Mall of America. Mrs. Randolph has been married to her husband for seventeen years, and she has three children: Zach, Max, and Noah.

Mrs. Randolph’s all-time favorite book is “A Prayer for Owen Meany” by John Irving, and her favorite movie is “The Notebook.” Some of the TV shows that she likes to watch are “Modern Family,” “Desperate Housewives,” and “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Mrs. Randolph claims to enjoy “any team that [her] boys are on,” but  she also supports her home teams, the Minnesota Twins and Vikings.

Mrs. Randolph likes being a secretary in the guidance office because she likes to help people and keep herself busy. More than likely, you will meet her quite soon, since she is usually the first face you see when you enter the guidance office. Her friendly personality will be a good addition to the faculty.

The next time you’re in the guidance office, be sure to welcome Mrs. Randolph to FAHS.

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