Randolph Supports Student Mental Health
Randolph has always prioritized the social, emotional, and mental well-being of all students. Although our buildings may be closed, our school counseling and mental health professionals continue to remain accessible to help students who may be struggling during this uncertain time. For our students with anxiety and depression, the district has remained extra sensitive to ensure that the individual needs of each child are being met. In addition to utilizing technology, our mental health teams have also devised creative strategies to ensure that every student feels supported.
We will continue to find new and innovative ways to support our students and learning community. As students continue to adjust to this new normal, our mental health team advises that parents put their child on a schedule and daily routine. In addition to resources provided directly by the district, parents can also access programs in Morris County.
Counselors are also available every day: