6:00 PM - 8:00 PM RMS Spring Art Show
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 43rd Annual Jazz Concert
4:30 PM - 9:00 PM RHS Film Festival
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM FFT Committee Meeting
Randolph Township Schools is pleased to announce new opportunities for students to accelerate their learning. The Randolph Summer Academy is designed for students interested in taking a class this summer for credit or for those who would like additional help in high school math. The original credit courses are for students who would like to fulfill a graduation requirement and be able to take higher-level or full-year elective courses during the regular school year. Courses offered include Algebra I, Precalculus, personal finance etc. For more information, click here.
The Randolph Community School has opened registration for its three summer camps for children in grades K-8: Summer Kids (grades K-1); Summer Stars (grades 2-5) and Camp Discovery Travel (grades 5-8) from June 26-August 18. The camps will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. in eight one-week sessions. Space is limited. Give your children the summer to remember which special activities including sports, cooking, science, nature as well as exciting trips to fun places. Discounts are offered for early registrations. Please register at https://register.capturepoint.com/RandolphCommunitySchool . Special new trips will be offered this summer and we will update the information on our website as they are booked. Camp Discovery Travel will feature three exciting trips each week, Summer Stars two trips per week and Summer Kids one to two trips per week.
The preschool lottery has been completed for September, 2017. Names which have previously been submitted will remain in the lottery pool until all spaces are filled and confirmed. Letters will be sent out to all applicants notifying them whether or not they have been accepted by Feb. 24. Applicants for the 2018-19 school year can begin an application after school starts in September. For information, call Hilary McCaddin at (973) 361-0808 ext. 8105.
Please note that all state and/or federally mandated assessments for the 2016-17 school year have been listed on the Randolph District calendar.
As part of our efforts to celebrate Randolph High School's football and marching band programs, we would like to share these safety precautions as well as revisions to our security procedures at stadium events. For details, please read this October 7 letter from Randolph High School Principal Debbbie Iosso.
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New Maintenance Building to Help District Run More Efficiently