• Elementary Programs

    The Community School is pleased to announce the opportunities for your elementary-aged students to enrich their learning in the summer of 2020. All enrichment courses are run Monday through Thursday for 2-week periods. They are taught virtually by Randolph teachers using Microsoft Teams. Descriptions of the courses offered, the calendar and information about registration below.

    Registration: available at rtnj.schoolcashonline.com
    Cost: $80 per course
    Questions: Email communityschool@rtnj.org

    (NOTE: grade level is based on the 20-21 grade level)


    (No classes are held on Fridays)

    Together We Can Change the World
    (Incoming Grades 1-5)
    July 13 – July 23
    9:30am - 11:30am

    Engineering for a Sustainable World
    (Incoming Grades 4-5)
    July 20 – July 30
    1:00pm – 3:00pm

    Novel Engineering
    (Incoming Grades 2-3)
    July 20 – July 30
    1:00pm – 3:00pm

    Course Descriptions

    Together We Can Change the World (Incoming Grades 1-5; divided by grade level)

    Supporting interconnected learning of core language arts, science, social studies and math standards through real world exploration and problem solving. During each two hour session, students will engage in a balance of one on one instruction, independent practice, small group instruction and whole group instruction. Students will explore the big picture problem engaging in cross curricular learning opportunities to develop a solution. We can’t wait to see what solutions our Randolph students come up with!

    Engineering for a Sustainable World (Incoming Grades 4-5)

    Kids can do anything! Together we can discover an important problem facing our world today. Learning and utilizing the engineering design process, coding, apps and your brainpower we can develop innovative solutions to make the world a better place.

    Novel Engineering (Incoming Grades 2-3)

    Students have the power to be anything they want. Together we can discover solutions to real world problems using engineering, books, coding and computer applications. Using our most important muscle, our brain, we can use our brainpower to come up with these solutions. No experience necessary, there is no such thing as a bad idea. Let’s see what your brainpower has to offer for these real world problems! Join us in discovering what we can do to help change the world for the better!