Joshua Randle begins teaching, coaching at HHS

By Josh Lefkowitz

Mr. Joshua Randle is a new Learning Support Services specialist and junior varsity boys’ basketball coach at Heritage High School.  

A Littleton Public Schools native and a recent graduate of Hope College in Michigan, this is Mr. Randle’s first year teaching. Randle got a student teaching job here last year, and he liked it enough to come back.

“When it came time to find a job, there was really no other place I really wanted to be,” says Randle.

  Randle attended Eugene Field Elementary School, Goddard Middle School, and Littleton High School during his time as a student in LPS. 

Mr. Randle will also be the head coach for the boys’ junior varsity team, and he is very excited to coach. 

“I grew up playing basketball, I played basketball in college, and I’m super excited about hanging out with some of the kids I see during the day. As well as a new group of students I don’t usually interact with” Randle exclaimed.

Outside of school, Mr. Randle is an avid TV and movie fan, enjoying Star Wars, Marvel, DC and Game of Thrones. Randle also enjoys being outside and exploring new areas of Colorado.  He has a Dachshund named Pablo. 

“I wanted to be part of something great here, and I’m excited to get started here” Randle states.

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