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Randolph Middle School Celebrates Veterans Day

November 12, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- The students and staff of Randolph Middle School once again celebrated Veterans in a program last week at RMS.

The event began with Veterans checking in and registering with RMS teachers Rich Sackerman and Kelly Young.  The RMS PTO provided coffee and beverages during the brief registration period, which concluded with the pledge of allegiance and a student performing ...

Fernbrook Celebrates Diversity with Special Lunch of Indian Cuisine

RANDOLPH, NJ- Fernbrook students enjoyed a special lunch of Indian cuisine today thanks to the creative idea of one of its students and a Student Voice Group. Fifth grader Veer Patel said he thought the school lunch menu should better represent the diversity of the school and suggested this to the Student Voice Group and Principal Dr. Michelle Telischak. Dr. Telischak then helped set up a meeting ...

CCM Offers Added, Practical, Hands-On Support to Earn a Bachelor’s in STEM Bridges-to-Baccalaureate Program Provides Research Opportunities and More

RANDOLPH, NJ – A newly launched Bridges-to-Baccalaureate program at County College of Morris (CCM) is providing underrepresented students with extensive support, guidance and research opportunities to assist them in transferring to a four-year institution to earn a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field.

 The Northern New Jersey Bridges-to-Baccalaureate ...

RHS Dancers Perform at Annual Spirit Week Pep Rally

Randolph, NJ—Approximately 120 RHS dancers performed at the annual Spirit Week pep rally, held on the football field in front of the entire student body at Randolph High School on, Friday, Oct. 19. It marked the dance troupe’s 11th performance at the week’s closing event to celebrate a successful week of school spirit, marked by students dressing up, various evening activities ...

Randolph Township Schools to Celebrate American Education Week

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Township Schools will observe American Education Week November 12-16. At its meeting October 16, the Randolph Board of Education approved a proclamation celebrating American Education Week. Randolph’s school principals are busy planning special activities to observe the week. Randolph High School Principal Debbie Iosso said the high school’s Tomorrow’s ...

Continued RHS Cheerleading Coach Turnover Draws Some Community Concern at Board of Education Meeting

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Board of Education voted to rescind the appointment of Kimberly Moreno, Head Cheerleading Coach for the 2018-2019 school year at its Business Session on Tuesday, Oct. 16.

In anticipation of the decision, several community members attended the meeting. When BOE President Ronald Conti opened the floor for public statements, three came forward to express ...

Randolph Middle School Student Helps Girls in India

RANDOLPH, NJ- When Randolph Middle School eighth grader Radha Godkar visited India, she was shocked to learn that many girls did not have access to an education.

So the middle school student decided to do something about it. Radha started by making donations of supplies to a school in India for girls. She then felt that was not enough so she started "KANYAA" which means girl in Hindi ...

Randolph High School Homecoming King and Queen Nominees and Winners Announced

RANDOLPH, NJ- During halftime of the Randolph football teams dismantling of Roxbury this past Friday Oct. 5, the annual Homecoming King and Queen ceremony was held on Bauer field. 

This year, the school put a new twist on the event.  Instead of having the traditional underclassmen court with students from each grade, the event included only the senior nominees for King and ...

Randolph VFW Offers Scholarship Opportunities For Middle and High School Students

RANDOLPH, NJ - Each year the Veterans of Foreign Wars offers two scholarship opportunities for students in middle school and High school.

Both programs are essay contests where the student is asked to write an essay on a patriotic theme provided on the attached entry forms.

The first essay contest for the middle school students is called “Patriot’s Pen”. This year’s ...

Color Splash Run To Be Held this Saturday at RHS

RANDOLPH, NJ –Randolph students and residents of all ages are invited to participate in the inaugural Color Splash FUNDrun, a fitness-based fundraiser sponsored by the Randoph High School Class of 2021. The run will be held on Saturday, October 6, at RHS, 511 Millbrook Avenue, with check-in time at 9:30 a.m. and the run at 10:30 a.m.

Registration costs $35 and will be open the day of the ...


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