7:00 PM - 8:00 PM FFT Committee Meeting
Mark your calendars for October 2, 2018. Randolph voters will head to the polls to vote on a $24 million bond referendum which includes needed improvements to our schools including security updates at all of the elementary schools, renovations to high school science labs and music rooms, middle school culinary rooms and bathrooms, a new roof and gutters at Center Grove, locker room renovations at Ironia and Fernbrook, a fire alarm stystem at Shongum, and a new high school field house. For more information, click here.
The Randolph Board of Education and the Randolph Education Association are pleased to announce that they have ratified an agreement for a multi-year successor contract from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2021.
The Board thanks the Association’s Negotiations Team as well as the Superintendent and Business Administrators for their diligence and commitment in achieving a mutually beneficial agreement.
The Randolph community is invited to a Board of Education Candidate forum on Tuesday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Randolph High School Library. The evening will be co-hosted by the Randolph PTO Council with the Morris County League of Women Voters providing the moderator for the evening. The public is invited to come out and learn more about the five candidates who are seeking three seats on the Board of Education. The evening will consist of candidate statements and a question and answer period with the audience. Township residents will have the opportunity to vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6. The five candidates are: (in alphabetical order) Ron Hadley, Allison Manfred, Eliza Schleifstein, Robert Soni (incumbent), and Anne Standridge (incumbent).
The Randolph Preschool Program is accepting registration for the 2019-2020 school year. A lottery will take place in February. Parents can fill out this application and send it to Gina Luciano, Randolph Township Schools, 25 School House Road, Randolph, NJ 07869. If you have questions please contact Mrs. Luciano at email@example.com or call (973) 361-0808 ext. 8105.
UNAUTHORIZED SALE OF RANDOLPH SCHOOL DISTRICT MERCHANDISE
It has come to our attention that a company which goes by various names including Boost Integra Media, Touchdown Inc. and Boost Sports is contacting community members and local businesses seeking donations for banners, t-shirts, etc. in the name of the Randolph Athletic Department. Please note that this company is unauthorized to solicit donations or sell merchandise in the name of the Randolph School District. We have contacted the Better Business Bureau, law enforcement and our board attorney about this scam. If you are contacted by this group or any suspicious group which purports to represent the Randolph School District please do not purchase any merchandise from them or make any donations without validating with the Randolph School District’s Athletic Department first. The Randolph School District’s Athletic Department can be reached at (973) 361-0808 x 6512.
The Randolph Community School is accepting registration for childcare for children in grades K-5. The childcare rates are the same as the 2017-18 school year. Information is conveniently available by selecting the Community School channel bar on the top of the district website or the schoolhouse global icon on the school website. We will continue to offer EarlyBirds and After School Kids programs at all four elementary schools. We will also offer early dismissal care and holiday fun care on some days when schools are closed. Registration is available on our convenient online Community Pass registration system here. If you have any questions, please call the Community School at (973) 361-0808 ext. 8603.
2017-18 Exams Are Impessive
College Board Recognizes Randolph High School Students
Randolph Ranked in the Top High Schools in New Jersey
Senior Allie Wu Participates in Economics for Leaders Program
Mr. Soni to Fill Unexpired Term of Former Board Member Al Matos