Randolph Learning Community,
This afternoon, the Randolph Health Department recommended that Randolph High School should transition to fully virtual instruction for 14 days. Based on the recommendation of our health professionals, effective tomorrow January 15, Randolph High School will follow their current schedules virtually. In-person instruction for students at the high school will resume on Friday, January 29 and will be an A Day.
All in-person extracurricular activities are cancelled at the high school until January 29. Randolph High School Interim Principal Mr. Jonathan Olsen will share additional information regarding schedules, school lunches, and other pertinent information.
Given the guidance and current data we have received, the district will continue hybrid instruction at our elementary school buildings and the middle school as no new changes have been recommended by the Randolph Health Department for Randolph Middle School, Center Grove, Fernbrook, Ironia, and Shongum. The Randolph Health Department will continue to monitor cases and make any recommendations as necessary to ensure the health and safety of our entire learning community.
If you have any health-related concerns, please reach out to the Randolph Health Department. For instructional questions, please reach out to your child’s teacher or building principal. Families and staff should continue to exercise caution by social distancing, wearing masks, and maintaining CDC recommended hygiene practices such as frequent hand washing.
We received notification of one new positive COVID-19 case today, January 14, at Randolph Middle School. The individual is a student and was last in school on December 23.
Stay safe and be well.