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If a child is absent from school for three or more days, homework requests should be made to the school. For absences of fewer than three days, your child should request assignments from their classmates.
According to Randolph Board of Education policy, students are not allowed to bring any medication to school - including over-the-counter medications such as cough drops - unless the proper Randolph Township Board of Education "authorization to medicate" form is completed and signed by both the parent and the student's physican. Parents should bring the medications and the completed form to the school nurse's office.
Defibrillator (AED) Equipment Available at All Schools and Central Office
The department is pleased to announce that there are now Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) available in all Randolph public schools and also in the Central Office. The high school has three machines, the middle school has two, and there is one in each of the elementary schools and in the Central Office.