In The Schools

September 14, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- More Randolph High School students took Advanced Placement classes and AP exams in 2018 than ever before and continue to perform well on the exams. Randolph Director of Secondary Education Jonathan Olsen said the 2017-18 AP exam results are quite impressive. “In short, our students ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ – On Sunday, September 16, from noon to 3 p.m., County College of Morris (CCM) will be hosting the annual Morris County Regional College Fair. Sponsored by the New Jersey Association for College Admission Counseling and the Morris County Association of School Counseling Directors, ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ - The County College of Morris wants professionals and businesses to know that its not too late to sign up for one day classes on campus or schedule training at their place of employment. County College of Morris Workforce Development Continuing Professional Education offers free ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Middle School eighth graders who participated in the SIRI or “See It and Repeat It” program are honored at a breakfast in June at the middle school media center. The program gives eighth graders a voice in helping to spread good character in the middle school. The students ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- With parents emotions and the temperature of the air both running high, the Randolph Middle School 8th grade promotion ceremony was off to a great start on a gorgeous spring night. The June 20, 2018 evening began with processional music played by the 6th and 7th grade band ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School graduated the Class of 2018 on Thursday June 21, where students heard positive messages full of inspiration from their student speakers. Principal Debbie Iosso opened the ceremony, sharing words of encouragement for her 10th RHS graduating class.  ( PHOTO ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Fernbrook Elementary School fifth grade students created everything from homemade soap to bird feeders to dart boards which they sold at a special marketplace. "TREP$" is short for entrepreneurs and the program was a success as excited fifth graders first creating entrepreneurial ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Middle School musicians Joanna Peters, Kieran Lucas and Shoshana Zeiger who have been accepted to the NJSMA Region 1 Intermediate Orchestra and All-State Intermediate Orchestra! "The students will grow musically and will learn wonderful new repertoire and meet some ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough,” said the famous World War II photojournalist, Robert Capa.  Marc Aronson, a facility member in the Master of Information program at Rutgers University, visited journalism students at Randolph High School in March to ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ -- County College of Morris (CCM) offers an affordable way to earn credits, fast-track a college education, tackle a challenging class and lighten a course load through its Summer Sessions program. Courses offered cover a range of general education requirements and disciplines such ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Lei Huang stands at the head of the classroom and greets her students with a wide, warm and welcoming smile. She speaks to them in a bright voice; however, the words coming out of her mouth are not in English but in Mandarin Chinese. Huang is not only a new teacher at the Randolph, ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- With the conclusion of states this past weekend, the RHS Fencing season has officially ended. Four out of the six fencing squads qualified for states this year, including boys’ foil, boys’ épée, boys’ sabre, and girls’ sabre. Boys’ foil and épée came in 17th place, and are now ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Township School District has announced  that all schools will have a 90 minute delayed opening due to the forecast for icy conditions. Bus pickups will be delayed 90 minutes.  This means that Randolph High School will start the day at 9 a.m., Randolph Middle School ...

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Randolph, NJ -- On a night that was long awaited due to a snow storm canceling the original date, Alex Wang came out on top in the annual “Mr. RHS” competition on Feb. 20  at Randolph High School.  “Honestly, Mr. RHS was a lot of fun and it was really cool to see all of the talents that my ...

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In The Schools   RANDOLPH, NJ--The Randolph High School fencing program may not be the most glamorous sports program in the school, nor is it the most popular. Some more mainstream sports that Randolph is successful in, such as hockey or basketball, overshadow the underdog fencing ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Hundreds of families spent a fun day at Ironia Feb.10. Children enjoyed face painting, games, a DJ, pizza and a bake sale. Families enjoyed a basket raffle, a Randolph High School cabaret performance, a Randolph Reelers Square Dance performance and the teacher's ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ-  Superintendent Jenn Fano made this statement regarding the tragedy in Florida on Wednesday:  “We are deeply saddened by the school shooting tragedy in Florida.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to all involved.  We are taking this opportunity to once again review all our protocols in ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Two Geography Bees were held last week at Randolph elementary schools. The Fernbrook Geography Bee winner was Akshay Dhawan and the runner-up was Rachel Matthai. The fifth graders had to answer many difficult and challenging questions on everything from islands to mountain ranges ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ - Over the past few years, the Randolph Guidance Department recognized the need to change their name to better reflect their role in providing services to all students from kindergarten to grade 12. While the Board of Education did approve the name change back in November, the ...

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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 ...

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