May 28, 2019
Fellow Randolph Residents,
The Randolph Municipal Alliance Committee (MAC) is pleased to offer praise and support to the administration of Randolph High School (RHS) for their continued efforts to keep students safe during this busy season of proms and graduations. The Randolph MAC recognizes and applauds the school administration for offering new, safer alternatives for our students to celebrate the end of the school year. If you are a parent or guardian that can support the administration and encourage our students to take part in these events we would like to ask for your help in increasing participation. These events are intended for the class of 2019 to celebrate their time at RHS and allow for the creation of fond memories, together as a class.
The Randolph Municipal Alliance Committee was established in 1989 with the goal of combating alcoholism and drug abuse in the community. It is one of thirty-one alliances in Morris County, all of which are overseen by the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and funded through Drug Enforcement Demand Reduction (DEDR) fines that are collected for drug-related offenses.
The Randolph MAC is comprised of local community leaders, school and municipal employees, clergy and private citizens who want to be involved in preventing alcohol, tobacco and drug-related problems in the township.
The Randolph MAC works with township officials, volunteers, health professionals to provide trainings, presentations and other programs for the community on the topic of substance abuse education.
The Randolph MAC pledges its continued support and will gladly offer to assist with programming and healthy alternatives for students as we work closely with school officials and others in the community.
Jim Loveys, Mayor
Elizabeth Ritter, MAC Chair
Kate Olsakowski, MAC Coordinator
Steve Mountain, Township Manager