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District Announcements


    Kindergarten Registration 


    Registration for the 2020 - 2021 school year is now open. For more information, please see the resources included in the link below: 


    Kindergarten Registration


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  • Annual RHS Blood Drive 

    Date: Thursday, January 16
    Event: Randolph Community Blood Drive
    Location: Randolph High School Commons
    Time: 2:30 pm - 8:00 pm

    The Randolph PTO Council is partnering with Community Blood Services to help ensure that blood is available to all who need it. Donors receive a brief examination measuring temperature, pulse, blood pressure and blood count (hemoglobin or hematocrit). No social security number is needed. Free child-care is provided. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. To avoid waiting, you can schedule an appointment online at:
    16 year olds need a permission slip to register. Visit www.vitalant.org for more information.
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    Board of Education Meeting Summary 01/07/20


    Randolph Township Schools held its annual reorganization meeting. Business Administrator Gerald Eckert issued a statement on the results of the annual meeting of voters. Mr. Eckert swore in Tammy MacKay, Sue DeVito, and Jeanne Stifelman who will serve 3 year terms on the Board of Education through 2022.


    Mr. Eckert asked for nominations for the Board of Education President. Joe Faranetta was elected Board President. Mr. Faranetta asked for nominations for Vice President. Tammy MacKay was elected Board Vice President.


    Randolph Education Foundation President (REF) Ms. Paola Heincke announced a $10,000 donation to be used towards sustainability initiatives that were started with the previous grants awarded by Bosch and the REF. Between 2018-2020 both the REF and Bosch have each granted $64,000 (total $128,000) toward sustainability at Randolph. The district will hold a special ribbon cutting ceremony next Thursday, January 16th to celebrate the generosity of the REF.


    The REF has been a proud supporter of Randolph Township Schools for the past decade providing support to the district since 2009. The REF uses its platform to harness the power of the community to create opportunities that enable students and teachers to thrive. In its 10 years of service, the REF has provided more than $300,000 in donations for the community, school readiness, and innovation.


    Mr. Faranetta reminded the public that candidate interviews will be held for the vacant seat on the Board of Education on Tuesday January 21st, 2020. Interested candidates must send a cover letter and resume to Mr. Gerald Eckert, Board Secretary, 25 School House Road, Randolph, NJ 07869, no later than 4 pm Friday January 10, 2020.

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    Blasting Notification


    In October we anticipated blasting operations would start for our new field house / wellness center between the Randolph High School and the Randolph Middle School, but this work was delayed until recently.


    Starting this week, the Blasting Contractor, J. Fritz Inc., will move equipment on site. The blasting zone is located between both the Randolph Middle School and Randolph High School on the site of the old field house and is a safe distance from both buildings. All blasting operations will be done in strict accordance with all local, State and Federal laws, and safety regulations.


    On or about December 27, 2019 (Friday) blasting will commence and may continue through March 2020. Blasting may take place Monday through Saturday between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:00 pm. There are many safety procedures that will be utilized prior to every blast and they include, but are not limited to:


    1. Signage: Signage will be posted
    2. Signals: There will be multiple signals prior to any blast. A signal will occur (2) two minutes prior to the blast as well as a second signal (1) one minute prior to the blast. School Officials will also be notified in advance.


    Blasting will be at non-damaging levels; however, it is normal for the blasts to be heard and / or felt, sometimes for considerable distances depending upon the local geology and weather conditions.


    We have been coordinating with multiple parties including our Township code enforcement (Fire Marshall), Township Manager and the County.


    If you have any questions, please feel free to email Gerald Eckert at geckert@rtnj.org.


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