RANDOLPH, NJ - Randolph Township Schools has made significant progress in the advancement of several projects.

After the Referendum passed, Randolph’s district leadership team worked with the district’s architect of record, Parette Somjen Architects, to render drawings and secure the necessary post referendum approvals needed for the district to begin work on these initiatives.

Since passing the referendum, significant progress has been made in carrying out the plans that were proposed. Work has begun at every building and many projects are expected for substantial completion by the Fall of 2019 when students return to school. Center Grove, Ironia, Shongum, Fernbrook, and Randolph Middle School will all have Security Vestibules. Shongum will have a new fire alarm system. Center Grove is receiving a partial roof replacement and site drainage. Both Fernbrook and Ironia are undergoing locker room conversions. Ironia’s conversion will become storage and Fernbrook’s locker room renovation will transition into a new classroom. Finally, Randolph Middle School’s culinary arts classroom and Randolph High School’s music room are both undergoing massive reconstruction. There will be many positive changes for the start of the school year. The district will continue to make updates as new information becomes available.

The additional referendum projects are expected to be completed by the 2020-2021 school year. Bathroom renovations at Randolph Middle School are expected to be completed in the Fall of 2020. The new Field House and Science classrooms at Randolph High School are also expected to have made substantial progress during the same time frame. The district will open formal bids for the Field House on August 27 and the bid for the bathrooms and science classrooms will be released in 2020.