Randolph Township Schools Observe Veteran's Day With Special Programs

November 15, 2017

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Township Schools paid tribute to American veterans with special assemblies, letters, flowers and songs this past week.

Veterans were asked to visit classrooms and share their experiences with students at several schools. At Randolph High School, students wrote letters and created special cards for veterans and active servicemen thanking them for their efforts to keep our ...

Randolph Middle School Students Learn Using Virtual Technology

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Middle School students have the opportunity to learn using the latest Virtual Reality technology in their technology and computer classes.

Teacher Dr. Ned Sheehy said he is using the Vive Virtual Reality (VR) technology to expand students' experiences and interactions in the classroom.  "VR delivers an innovative way to engage and capture the attention of ...

Randolph High School Students Get Hypnotized During Spirit Week

RANDOLPH NJ--Skylr the Hypnotist drew a large crowd to his popular show, which was held in the auditorium at Randolph High School last week. His annual performance is a Spirit Week tradition at the high school. As usual, his show left many spectators laughing with their peers, who were hypnotized both on stage and in the audience.

Linnea Tootsov, an RHS senior who volunteered to be hypnotized ...

Center Grove Back to School Carnival Amusement a Blast

RANDOLPH, NJ- On Friday, Oct. 6, the Center Grove Parent Teacher Organization hosted its annual Back to School Carnival. Students, families, and school staff spent a few hours munching on cotton candy, popcorn and other treats and playing games and enjoying other amusements.

About 242 families or 871 people attended the Center Grove Back to School Carnival on Oct. 6. The ...

MPAC October Music Students of the Month Include Randolph Eighth and Twelfth Grader

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Musicians from Randolph, Butler, Boonton, Whippany, Parsippany, Morristown, Flanders, New Vernon, Roxbury and Mendham were honored as Mayo Performing Arts Center's October Music Students of the Month prior to the Sunday, October 1 performance by Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

The students were recognized for their achievements on stage prior to the concert and had the ...

Peck Eight Grader Encourages Students to "Be a Voice, Not an Echo"

MORRISTOWN, NJ - “Be a voice, not an echo,” encouraged Bella Veiser ’18 at The Peck School’s recent Honor Code Assembly.


“The honor code has prepared us to enter high school, college, and beyond, with independence, confidence, integrity and good judgment. Although we may face competitive situations with individuals who do not share these values, I ...

Randolph Board of Education Addresses Football Game Incident Tuesday Night, Policy and Concerns

RANDOLPH, NJ -  Board President Al Matos described the first day of school as the “best ever,” but could not proceed without acknowledging the football season opener which resulted in blood tests for approximately 80 Randolph High School students.

“There was great concern by administrators and the school security team that a large group of students seated in the ...

Transforming The Peck School Campus to Accommodate a Community of Learners

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Spin around slowly at any vantage point on The Peck School campus and you will witness the process of transformation. Peck students are not only transforming intellectually, creatively, and emotionally, they are actively transforming the world around them. And The Peck School campus is undergoing a metamorphosis to keep pace with a transformational ...

Randolph Residents to Join County College of Morris Faculty

RANDOLPH, NJ –To replace recently retired faculty and to better accommodate the needs of students, County College of Morris (CCM) has hired 18 new full-time faculty members in the School of Professional Studies and Applied Science, School of Health Professions and Natural Sciences and School of Liberal Arts.

“We’re pleased to be adding additional high-caliber ...

Randolph Summer Academy Helps Students Accelerate Learning in the Summer

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School students are getting ahead and brushing up in mathematics at the Randolph Summer Academy. Students are taking Algebra I and Geometry to help them get ahead and take more difficult math classes in the 2017-18 school year.

The Randolph Summer Academy offers new opportunities for students to accelerate their learning, said Jonathan Olsen, the district’s ...

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