Bazata plans to slow down after long career with Randolph schools

RANDOLPH - Educators tend to be dedicated to lifelong learning, being a good role model, and impacting the future generations. This can be said for Dennis Bazata, Randolph High School Principal.  

After 40 years of dedication to the Randolph School, Bazata will be retiring at the end of the school year.  

Bazata came to the Randolph school after graduating from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln in 1979.  

For 28 years he taught the agriculture classes, and was the Future Farmers of America (FFA) adviser in Randolph.



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