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First Ever Tie For Salutatorian Announced For Randolph High School Class of 2018

June 10, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- When it came time to recognize the top academic achievers for Randolph high school's class of 2018, the calculations revealed a "first ever" tie for Salutatorian.  After being averaged down to four decimal points, seniors Sydney Jenkins and Jenna Sandler were declared Co-Salutatorians for 2018.

Jenkins, who took 8 AP classes at RHS and is a ...

Randolph Superintendent Fano Releases Statement Addressing Recent Events

The following statement was sent out to the  Randolph School community on the evening of Friday June 8, 2018:

Dear Randolph School Community,

The purpose of this communication is to express my gratitude for the support shown to me by the Board of Education, staff, and community. However, I recognize a divide exists and my message and efforts require refinement. I have been dedicated to ...

Randolph High School Prom 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- The 2018 Randolph High School Senior Prom was attended by over 560 students on Thursday June 7.  After gathering at RHS, the students boarded buses and headed off to the Sheraton Tara hotel in Parsippany where they ate, laughed, took selfies, sang, and danced the night away.

The following is a photo slideshow of the beginning of the ...

Students Present Impressive 21st Annual Randolph High School Film Festival

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School’s Mass Media department held its 21st annual film festival. A variety of both under and upperclassmen student films were screened with genres ranging from PSA to Drama. Following the screenings, attendees were treated to dinner catered from restaurants all around Morris County and then an award ceremony hosted by seniors Holden Zuschlag and Jake ...

Randolph High School Students Conducted AP Capstone Research Projects

RANDOLPH, NJ- Seven Randolph High School students researched and became experts on a variety of topics ranging from sports coaching techniques and their impact on student athletes, the psychological impact of sports injuries on team members and the representation of how gender in television affects the audience for their AP Capstone Research projects.

These students, all juniors, took AP ...

Morristown Resident Wins County College of Morris 2018 Peace Prize

RANDOLPH, NJ – Morristown resident Mary Rose Cortes and Diana Boehm of Kenvil were awarded the County College of Morris 2018 Peace Prize.

The prize is intended to inspire students to use their imagination and creativity in the design and production of a work that both commemorates the events of September 11, 2001 and makes a positive statement about the importance and pursuit ...

Former Randolph Football Coach Joseph Lusardi Reminisces Over Upcoming Retirement

Randolph, NJ -- In the back of Randolph High School, in an athletic room not often used, a man full of inspirational and uplifting words told the story of his plans for retirement at the end of the school year, and his 20 year tenure in the Randolph Township School District.

“There are things in life that I would like to do with the family,” Coach Joe Lusardi says of his ...

Students Host Women in STEM Guest Speaker at Randolph High School

RANDOLPH, NJ- On Wednesday, April 25, Professor of Astrophysics, Jo Dunkley, from the renowned Princeton University presented to a group of students at the Randolph High School, including members of the Science and Math National Honor Societies. She began with a brief introduction before discussing her work, including a demo. Professor Dunkley provided valuable insight into a career in the field ...

Randolph's Middle School Play Delivers Another Great Performance With “The Sound of Music”

RANDOLPH, NJ- Over the past decade or so, Randolph's Middle School has earned itself a reputation for putting on fantastic performances for their Spring Musical, in what has become an RMS “year-end” highlight for all involved.

The spring musical production has been run by social studies teacher Rich Sackerman for the past 12 years, and has ...

Randolph Middle School Teacher Named Lego Master Educator

RANDOLPH, NJ- Lego Education has announced that it has selected Randolph Middle School technology teacher Dr. Ned Sheehy to participate in its Lego Master Educator program.

The Lego Education Master Educator Program identifies, promotes and empowers educators who represent their mission in providing meaningful learning experiences. Lego Education distinguishes educators who are passionate ...

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