Randolph High School
Dear Parents, Caretakers, and Community Members,
Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year at Randolph High School.
Welcome to the opening of what promises to be a wonderful school year! I hope your summer has gone well and you're excited to learn. I am looking forward to the 2013-2014 school year. I would like to extend a warm welcome to our new families and staff members of RHS.
As I settle in for my first year as Headmaster, I’ve had the privilege to meet some great educators. The people I’ve met really care about the Randolph community and its high school. All of our new hires seem to genuinely care about students and their achievement. My personal motto is: High standards and high expectation must be embraced by a culture of support. As we work hard to continuously improve our practice, I’m asking all community members to reach out and support this wonderful place that has so much potential.
My personal theme for this school year is BTR (Back to Roots). I am committed to helping the RHS staff grow as it strives to provide our students with the highest quality of instruction based on proven practice and research. We will use data to drive our instruction and work diligently to insure that our students receive the education they will need to become strong members of the community. We will place a strong emphasis on effort when preparing our students with the skills to think critically, solve problems and demonstrate learning through creation to compete in a global society.
August 27th is right around the corner. Together, teachers, students, and parents/guardians make a stronger RHS family. Throughout the year I look forward to meeting and connecting with all community members.
Michael Allen M.Ed., CAGS
Randolph, MA 02368
Michael Allen, Headmaster
Message from RHS Head Football Coach:
My name is Keith Ford and I am the Head Football Coach at Randolph High School. I, along with several community members, would like to cordially invite you to join in our efforts in rebuilding a connected community. Please join us as we embark on our first ever Randolph Community Gridiron 7 v 7 Classic, which will take place on Memorial Weekend Saturday May 24th at 11:00am. It is our goal to bring our youth, local fire, police, RPS faculty and staff, public officials, and local establishments together for a fun filled spirited day of two-hand touch football. We are looking for teams to participate in the event as well as sponsors. Below is our flyer that we will begin to circulate around Randolph. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in playing in this event please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 617-997-7193. If you want to help sponsor the event, please contact Ms. Trina Caesar at 781-308-1212 or Mrs. Lori Thames at 617-968-2506.
Thank you in advance for all the work you do and your support.
Keith Ford M. Ed.
Message from the Superintendent concerning the death of a Randolph High School student:
On behalf of the entire Randolph Public School Community, we hold Tommy Hoang and his family in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. We are deeply saddened by the loss of one of our students. We know that the entire community will come together in support of one another during this time of sorrow.
We appreciate the way the students, faculty, and community have chosen to remember Tommy for the outstanding student athlete and member of our community that he was.
To help our school community through this period of grief, we have been providing supports for students and faculty members throughout the day and will continue to make these supports available throughout the week.
Superintendent of Schools
Randolph Public Schools
This is a message from the office of the
Supt. of Randolph Public Schools
Each year the Mass. Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education surveys parents in select school districts to determine how well your child’s school is communicating with you and promoting your engagement in your child’s education. This year Randolph is being surveyed.
This is an online survey; flyers are being sent home in backpacks this week. The flyer contains the link to the survey: http://maparentcohort2.com
Your participation in this survey is important for Randolph Public Schools and DESE in enhancing your participation in your child’s education.
Families: We want to hear from you. We encourage you to please take the time to complete the survey. Thank You.
Message from the Music Boosters:
The Music Boosters have launched a ‘Go Fund Me’ campaign in an effort to raise the estimated $5,000 in transportation it will take to have the RHS Marching Band compete in the New England Scholastic Band Association marching band circuit Fall 2014. This will be the first time our students have competed in over 25 years.
Link to the site:
Thanks to all from the Music Boosters!
Civil Rights and Bullying Complaint Report Form
If you would like to report an a civil rights or bullying complaint, please fill out this Online Form
Turner Free Library
The Turner Free Library runs all sorts of great programming for kids and families! Click links below for more details.