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The mission of Randolph High School, with the combined support of parents/guardians, school committee, and the community, is to provide a safe learning environment where students can obtain the skills useful to become productive, creative, and caring members of a diverse society. While valuing differences in cultural backgrounds, needs, goals, and learning styles, the curriculum provides students with opportunities and challenges to grow socially, physically, and intellectually.  Through a variety of learning activities and assessments, students are taught to recognize the value of education as a continuous process and to realize their responsibilities to each other and to the larger community.​ 


70 Memorial Parkway

Randolph, MA 02368

Phone: 781-961-6220

Fax: 781-961-6235​


Michael Allen, Headmaster

Alpha Sanford, Assistant Headmaster

Jason Conetta, Assistant Headmaster

Josh Frank, Assistant Headmaster

Cheryl Parsons, School Nurse
(781) 961-6220 ext. 556/589

Willie Bradley, Director of Safety and Security
(781) 961-6220 ext. 590​



3/5/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/10/2015 6:00 PM Multicultural Advisory Committee 
3/10/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/12/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/12/2015 7:00 PM School Committee Meeting 
3/17/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/19/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/24/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/26/2015 6:00 PM English as a Second Language (ESL) 
3/26/2015 7:00 PM School Committee Meeting 
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This is a reminder from the office of the Supt. of Randolph Public Schools.
This Wednesday, March 4, is an Early Release Day for Randolph schools. The High School will dismiss at 11:00; the middle school at 11:02, and the Elementary schools at 11:55. Please make the necessary arrangements for your children. Thank You.


Dear Randolph Public Schools' Families and Community,


We welcomed the summer-like days of September, but now, like many of you I’m thinking – enough already with the snow.  Should there be no additional snow days or modifications to the school calendar, our last day of school for students will be June 25 (a change from the original date of June 15).  We have, therefore, only 3 days remaining to complete the required 180 instructional days by June 30, and the wintery month of March still looms.


We are all deeply concerned about the recent interruption to student learning because of the weather.  Moving forward it will require some creativity and flexibility as we investigate a combination of the following possible options to complete the 180 days:


Ø  Saturdays (half-days)

Ø  Class on Good Friday (April 3 – half-day)

Ø  Classes during April Break

Ø  Converting selected half-day professional days to full days


 Over the past couple of weeks I’ve engaged parents, the PTO Council, REA leadership, and district administrators and principals to discuss possible options.  Collective feedback is critical as we work to devise the most appropriate plan to address the impact that the snow days have had on the teaching and learning process. 


Your understanding is appreciated as we work through these weather challenges together. 


Enjoy the Winter Recess

**February 16 through February 20, 2015**


Classes resume Monday, February 23, 2015


Dear Parents and Guardians,

In the 2016/17 school year RHS will be having our NEASC accreditation visit. In preparation for the visit, we need to begin to look at our mission statement, our core values and beliefs as well as our civic, social, academic expectations. 


I’ve enlisted the support of the School Site Council members to help with developing a list of core values and beliefs the town of Randolph would like our high school to focus on. The list is located on Survey Monkey. The top three of each will be what we adopt. 


A Survey Monkey online survey has been created so that we can establish these core values:

Please go to the link above and rank in order your preference. 


I want to thank all of you for your support! 

Blue Devils Proud, 

Michael Allen M.Ed., CAGS 


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Educational Facilities Plan (Master Plan)
In spring/summer of 2011, the Town Council set aside funds to review our current school and town facilities.  After receiving community input, an Educational Facilities Plan (Master Plan) was created with the help of a Master Plan Sub-committee.  At this time, we again want to ensure the community is thoroughly engaged and participates in reviewing the plan.  This will assist in determining the next steps.  Please see the attached document as well as the full 456 page Master Plan.

This is a message from the Office of the Supt. of Randolph Public Schools with important health information about the Enterovirus; cases of the virus have been confirmed in Massachusetts. 

Symptoms can include fever, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, and body aches, but not necessarily all of these symptoms. We each need to take precautions to minimize the spread of both Enterovirus and flu. 

It is recommended that parents and caregivers have their children with respiratory illness remain home until they are symptom-free for 24 hours to lessen spreading of the illness. You should also seek medical care immediately.

The Health Department has provided important information for you concerning the illness. Click Here for a link to there website. We will also send letters home next week with all of this information.
 To listen to the above message, you will need audio software and speakers on your computer.​

​A Community Coming Together
Shaw's Donates to RHS
Jeff Botellho-Shaws Manager and Assistant Staff Present check to RHS​

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We have gotten off to an excellent start this year and with your support the excitement and progress will continue. I wanted to remind parents that last spring it was decided that we would use the Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). The MAP assessments will assist in determining your child’s instructional level and measure their academic growth in reading and math throughout the school year and from year to year. Students will be assessed on the computer four times per year in grades K-11.