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Randolph Middle School Families Enjoy STEAM Night

May 18, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Middle School families enjoyed a night full molecular gastronomy, fun experiments and presentations at the third annual Family STEAM Night on May 3.

Students made presentations about different STEAM topics. Eighth graders Andrew Berthier and Matthew Blutig encouraged families who visited their table to switch to organic fertilizer, which will make plants healthy and ...

Randolph Board of Education Approves New High School Humanities Supervisor

RANDOLPH, NJ- At its May 15 meeting, the Randolph Board of Education approved the appointment of Amelia Wolfe Wright, a former Randolph High School student teacher, as the hew high school Humanities Supervisor. Dr. Wright, currently an English teacher at West Morris Central High School in Chester, where she has worked since fall 2010, said she “is thrilled to be back in Randolph, a ...

Andrew Palmer, Randolph HS, receives the AFA Chapter 195 Teacher of the Year Award

RANDOLPH, NJ- Andrew Palmer, of Convent Station, NJ, a Science teacher at Randolph High School, was presented recently with an Air Force Association Chapter 195 Teacher of the Year Award by Betty McConnell, Vice President, AFA Chapter 195, of Randolph, NJ. He was presented with this award for engaging students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) within his class curriculum ...

Randolph Transition House Update in Time for Special Education Week, May 13-19

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph School District will be celebrating Special Education Week from May 13-19 with the theme of “Working Together to Build a Special Future for All.” The N.J. School Boards Association and the ASAH, an organization serving the special education community, host the week and chose the theme.

Superintendent Jenn Fano commented, “We take great pride in our ...

Randolph Athletic Director's Resignation Shocks Residents; Superintendent Fano Comments on Matter

RANDOLPH, NJ - After only two years on staff, Athletic Director Jeff DiLollo submitted a letter of resignation to the Board of Education on Tuesday. The board voted to accept his resignation, despite many public comments in support of his role in the district.

According to comments from residents, this announcement came unexpectedly before the meeting began and seemed related to ...

#ThankATeacher from May 7-11 in Randolph Schools

RANDOLPH, NJ - Randolph schools will celebrate National Teacher Day on May 8 DURING National Teacher Week from May 7-11. Students are encouraged to use #ThankATeacher on social media to share the impact teachers have had on their lives.

According to the National Education Association website, National Teacher Day began in 1944 when a teacher from Arkansas, Mattye Whyte Woodridge, ...

Randolph Music Education Program Receives National Recognition

Randolph, NJ — Randolph has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.

The Best Communities Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students. To qualify for the Best ...

Randolph BOE Approves 2018-19 Budget, Details the Need for Upcoming Referendum

RANDOLPH, NJ - The average Randolph resident will see a $144 increase in property taxes this year after the Board of Education unanimously approved the 2018-2019 budget of $91 million at Tuesday’s meeting. The school budget represents 69.49 percent of a resident’s property tax dollar.

Board Vice President Joe Faranetta also detailed the reason for the upcoming referendum, pointing ...

Randolph Education Foundation Awards 2018 Next Practices Grants

Randolph, NJ — The Randolph Education Foundation (REF) announced the recipients of the 2018 Next Practices Grants. Leah Konikowski, second-grade teacher from Center Grove Elementary School; art teachers Maura Boucher, from Shongum Elementary School, and Amanda Droussiotis, from Center Grove Elementary School; Cara Gilligan, eighth-grade science teacher from Randolph Middle School ...

Ignite/Impact Event at The Growing Stage Sat. April 21, Randolph Teen Activists to Speak

RANDOLPH, NJ- This Saturday April 21, Randolph residents Bryn Bennett and Christopher Maximos will be co-hosting an event from 6-8 at the Growing Stage in Netcong, NJ called Ignite | Impact.

In partnership with Citizens University, Ignite works to give a platform for teen activists across fields through 7 minute speeches with a Q&A session afterward.

Along with 6 other inspiring teens, ...

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