District Announcements


    Please read the latest issue of The RTNJ News!


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  • RHS Ranks No. 51 in NJ, No. 1581 in U.S.

    U.S. News & World Report ranked Randolph High School No. 51 in the New Jersey and No. 1581 in the country, ranking Randolph High School in the top 7.5 percent in the country. Board of Education President Al Matos commended the school district for this achievement at the April Board of Education business session. For the story, click here.


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  • Welcome to the new RTNJ.org website!

    We hope that you like our new look. Please note that the new RTNJ.org consists of a main school district website and six subsites, one for each school. You can get to the other subsites by using the "Select a School" tool at the top right of this page. The new Schoolwires website features convenient channel bars at the top of the district and school home pages, photos, announcements and news sections as well as global icons, to the right of the photo gallery, which help website users quickly find what they are looking for. An upcoming events calendar and Quick Links section are located on the left side of the home pages. Thank you for visiting!



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  • PARCC Testing

    Please note that PARCC Testing will begin on Monday, April 11. For PARCC testing schedules, click here for RHS, and here for RMS. The elementary school schedules are as follows: Center Grove, Fernbrook, Ironia and Shongum. For general PARRC more information, click here.


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  • Randolph Rocks 5K Registration Open

    The Randolph Education Foundation is accepting registration for the seventh Randolph Rocks 5K Run/Walk. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available.

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  • Randolph's Music Education Program Receives National Recognition

    Randolph has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Randolph joins 476 districts across the country in receiving the prestigious award in 2016.

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  • Board of Education Names Jennifer A. Fano as Finalist in Superintendent Search

    At its meeting April 12, the Randolph Board of Education announced that it had selected Interim Superintendent of Schools Jennifer A. Fano as its finalist for the superintendent position following a lengthy search. Board of Education President Al Matos provided a PowerPoint presentation illustrating the search process and answered questions from the public. Fano also made a presentation outlining her vision for the district, which focuses on empowering our students and evolving as a school district resulting in academic excellence, increased student achievement and a superior faculty...

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