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    Student Athlete Opioid Abuse Workshop

     

    Randolph educates students about the dangers of substance abuse as part of the district's comprehensive health curriculum. We also recognize that learning opportunities for our parents and community can play an equal role in prevention. Here is an amazing opportunity for the community and parents of student athletes to learn more about opioid abuse prevention:

     

    Tackling Opioids

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    BOE Meeting Summary 11/12/2019

     

    District auditor Mark Wilson from Nisivoccia LLP presented the fiscal year 2019 annual audit stating that “the district is as healthy as the state will permit.”  Randolph High School Principal Debbie Iosso and her administrative team presented on chronic absenteeism, in-school suspensions, and vaping prevention. Randolph High School and Randolph Middle School co-hosted a presentation for parents on October 23rd on the dangers of vaping as part of the district’s efforts to eliminate student tobacco use. The link to that presentation is attached.   

     

    Board Vice President Joe Faranetta announced that the communications committee will host its first open meeting on November 19th at 6:00 PM in the high school library. Members of the community are encouraged to attend. The Community School has proposed a preliminary reorganization of summer camps into one camp at Randolph Middle School. Ms. MacKay reported that the field house demolition is expected to be completed over the coming weeks with the blasting bid anticipated sometime in December for expected completion at the beginning of the new year. Mr. Frost also announced a competitive contracting bid for webservices which will be reviewed on November 21st. He also presented a new paperless service for board policies, meetings, and minutes for the board to consider.   

     

    Ms. Anne Standridge announced her resignation from the board of education, after more than 7 years of dedicated service. Her last day of service will be next Tuesday, November 19th.

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    Unofficial Election Results

     

    The following candidates were elected for 3 year terms based on unofficial results:
     
    Susan DeVito
    Tammy MacKay
    Jeanne Stifelman
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    Website Redesign RFP Now Available 

     

    https://www.rtnj.org/Page/2948

     

    Questions on the RFP

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    Preschool Registration

     

    Preschool registration is now open for the 2020-2021 school year. The application can be obtained by visiting the link below:
     
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