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There’s Still Time to Register for Classes at CCM Mini Spring 13, 7 and 2 Week Courses Available

January 22, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ – While full-term classes have begun at County College of Morris (CCM) for the Spring Semester, there is still time to enroll in the college’s mini session courses. 

A 13 Week spring session runs from February 8 through May 16. Classes being offered during this session include Biology, Business, Communications, Computer Information Systems, English, Mathematics, ...

Randolph High School Juniors Enjoy Treaty of Versailles Program

RANOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School students reenacted the Treaty of Versailles in a daylong history project. Students in Mr. Jonathan Misiunas’ classes each represented a country at the event in the high school library. Some baked or cooked food or desserts from their country and prepared presentation materials all about their country.

Students then spent hours making presentations and ...

BOE Revisits Chronic Absenteeism Concerns at RHS

RANDOLPH, NJ- Following a comprehensive presentation on chronic absenteeism in mid-October, RHS Principal Debbie Iosso and Vice Principal Matthew Agrati returned on Jan. 15 to update the BOE on the school’s efforts to measure and manage this critical issue. Joined by Charles Dimiceli, Director of Guidance, they offered a more encouraging outlook for the current school year, along with ...

Randolph High School Teacher Recognized With Prestigious Award

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School Debate Team Advisor Peter Quinn was recently recognized by the National Speech and Debate Association with the Distinguished Service Gold Key Award.

"I’m really honored to receive this award from the NSDA," Mr. Quinn said. "It’s an organization that helps empower students to use their voices and think critically, which are essential ...

County College of Morris Expands Mandarin Language Program

There's never been a better time to learn Chinese in Morris County

Learning Chinese is not as hard as you might think. In fact, more people speak Mandarin, than any other language in the world. Speaking even a little Mandarin can expand your job opportunities in many industries. County College of Morris (CCM) now offers four levels of Mandarin Language courses, including:

CHIN111 ...

First Ever Winter Week at RHS to Become Tradition

RANDOLPH--NJ, This past week, Randolph High School gladly introduced Winter Week, a new event that the students took part in as a way to celebrate the holidays. Similar to the annual Spirit Week that the school hosts every fall, they had another exciting week that the students participated in, representing a new theme everyday.

The week consisted of the following: Monday was Polar Express Day, ...

Randolph Middle School Students Share What They Are Grateful For on Trees of Gratitude

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Middle School students are sharing what they are grateful for on the Trees of Gratitude, a special project created by art teachers Tracey Salvatore and Stacy Wess and sixth grade social studies teacher Rio Clemente.

Students were asked to fill out the white tags in their homerooms and write that they were thankful for their families, ...

Randolph High School Students Decorate Commons for the Holidays

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School members of the National Art Honor Society and the Student Government decorated different areas of the high school commons for the holidays.

The decoration was also to help the Randolph Police Department decorate for their free family pizza and movie night where many Randolph families enjoyed a screening of the movie “Elf” and spent a fun evening ...

Randolph Township Schools Recognized by College Board and Named to 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll : Significant Gains in Student Access and Success

RANDOLPH, NJ — The College Board has named the Randolph Township School District as one of the top school districts in the United States and Canada and has placed the district on the 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll.

 Randolph High School has increased the number of its students participating in Advanced Placement courses while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of ...

Ironia Fifth Graders Perform Circus as Part of Special Residency

RANDOLPH, NJ- Ironia fifth graders learned how to spin plates, juggle scarves, balance on a ball and even walk on stilts and then perform in a circus which they staged for students, teachers and parents on November 30.

The exciting event was part of a residency with NJ Circus Kid Productions, which was sponsored by the Ironia PTO. “Every grade got to be ‘taught’ by Doug and ...


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