Longtime Miami Springs High School teacher Hayward Randolph is given a Miami Springs proclamation by city Councilwoman Roslyn Buckner at his retirement luncheon on April 8. Randolph stepped down after 46 years on the job.
Longtime Miami Springs High School teacher Hayward Randolph is given a Miami Springs proclamation by city Councilwoman Roslyn Buckner at his retirement luncheon on April 8. Randolph stepped down after 46 years on the job. BILL DALEY River Cities Gazette
Longtime Miami Springs High School teacher Hayward Randolph is given a Miami Springs proclamation by city Councilwoman Roslyn Buckner at his retirement luncheon on April 8. Randolph stepped down after 46 years on the job. BILL DALEY River Cities Gazette

After 46 years, a favorite Miami Springs High teacher says goodbye

April 25, 2016 10:03 PM

UPDATED April 26, 2016 07:50 PM

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