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MCST to Hold Share Time Information Session for High School Students

January 20, 2018

Denville, NJ – The Morris County School of Technology in Denville will be holding an Information Session for their Share Time High School Programs on Wednesday, January 31 at 6:00 pm in the Cafeteria, Building One.

Interested students and their families are invited to learn about two year, half day programs, providing students the opportunity to receive daily Career ...

Visitation Day (for 4th & 5th Grade Students) at Morristown's The Peck School

 

UPDATE - Registration has now been closed for this event. The Peck School welcomes individuals who would like to arrange a personal tour or individual visitation day for their child. Contact Wanda Fiorini at 973-539-8669, ext. 108.

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Take a peek at The Peck School during Peck Visitation Day on Thursday January 11 from 7:45am - 1:15pm. The day is designed ...

Randolph Township Schools to have a 90-minute Delayed Opening,  Then Close on Thursday

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Township Schools are NOW Closed today.

Randolph Township Schools will have a 90-minute delayed opening on Thursday, Jan. 4 due to the impending snow storm. Children should report to their bus stops 90 minutes later than usual and school will start 90 minutes late.

Randolph High School will start the day at 9 ...

Randolph High School Students Model UN Students Recognized

RANDOLPH, NJ- Four Randolph High School students were recently recognized at the Model United Nations conference.

Pictured left to right, Club Advisor Roberta Spray congratulates winners Gavin Renken, who won outstanding delegate in the Untied Nations Development Program, Chris Nessel, who won best delegate in UNESCO, Linea Tootsov, who won best position paper for UNESCO, amd Chris Latteri who ...

Retired Shongum Teacher Returns to Celebrate Her 100th Birthday

RANDOLPH, NJ- Retired Shongum School teacher Ethel Lerner recently returned to visit the school where she taught for 15 years to celebrate her 100th birthday.

The former fourth grade teacher visited a class taught by fourth grade teacher Mrs Christine Giousios. Principal Cliff Burns, Mrs. Giousios and students welcomed Mrs. Lerner to the school and celebrated her visit with a party. The ...

Randolph High School Chapter of National Social Studies Honor Society Inducts 33 Students

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph High School Chapter of the National Social Studies Honor Society inducted 33 new members at its recent induction ceremony in the high school commons.

Each student was recognized and called up to receive a certificate and shake hands with officers, faculty, Humanities Supervisor Ben Horwitz and Randolph High School Vice Principal Michael Sorge.

"You are all ...

Randolph High School Chapter of Math National Honor Society Inducts New Members

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph High School chapter of the Math National Honor Society inducted 46 new members at its recent induction ceremony.

The juniors and seniors were each recognized for their accomplishments in mathematics at Randolph High School. Students were congratulated by parents, teachers and administrators.




Sophomores

Carle, ...

Shongum 5th Graders Build Mini Golf Course

RANDOLPH, NJ- Shongum School fifth graders in Bobbie Sobel’s class designed and built a miniature golf course as part of a special class project.

Once it was done, students and even school administrators were invited to come and play on the course. The whole project took about three to four weeks, Mrs. Sobel noted.

Students used everything from corrugated cardboard to cardboard to ...

Annie Reed Earns Randolph High School’s Artist of The Month Award

RANDOLPH, NJ--Annie Reed was named the first Artist of the Month at Randolph High School for the 2017-2018 academic year. She achieved this title because of her work in the field of photography.

“I don’t think they would pick the artist of the month on just one piece” said Reed. “This is not given to just anyone who takes a lucky shot.” According to Reed, a ...

Randolph High School Hosted Teen Dating Conference

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School’s Natural Born Leaders Club in conjunction with Jersey Battered Women’s Shelter (JBWS) proudly hosted the 6th Annual Teens for Healthy Relationships Conference.

The conference on November 8 was an opportunity for high schools across Morris County to come together and discuss dating violence among teens and young adults.  The featured ...

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