Randolph High School Graduation 2020 (via automobile only)
Saturday, June 6th
10:30am virtual speeches (prerecorded on RCTV)
1:00pm car parade/car graduation ceremony (Live on RCTV)
LIVE on Educational Access (Comcast Channel 22 & Verizon Channel 28)
Congratulations to the Class of 2020!!!
CLICK BELOW FOR GRADUATION SPEECHES:
Randolph High School Graduation Speeches 2020 (available June 6, 2020 at 10:30am)
CLICK BELOW FOR LIVE YOUTUBE GRADUATION STREAM:
Randolph High School Graduation 2020 Live Stream (beginning June 6, 2020 at 1:00pm)
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SCHOOLS CLOSED FOR ALL STUDENTS
Virtual learning for the remainder of the year
Your children will have daily assignments to complete in Google Classroom
Click here to access the Parents' Guide to Google Classroom
For technology questions, please email email@example.com.
(Be sure to include your child's name, lunch number, and school or refer to our website for further information.)
Internet Connectivity & Technology Support During Covid-19 Response
Remote Learning Live/Video Call District Agreement
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Breakfast & Lunch Meal Delivery & Pickup:
Tuesday's & Friday's
Please click here for menus & more information
The Randolph High School food distribution site has been moved
to Randolph Community Middle School for this Friday, June, 5th
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Randolph High School Graduation 2020 (via automobile only)
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM High School Graduation (Rain Date)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Finance Sub-Committee
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Committee Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Facility Sub-Committee
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Committee Meeting (Superintendent's Review)
During the School closure, the Family Resource Center & Registration Office will be closed to the public, but will continue providing regular registration services wherever possible.
We are currently registering student for Kindergarten, 2020-2021. We will open registration for grades 1 to 12, 2020-2021, on June 22, after the close of this current academic year.
The Randolph Public Schools has compiled the following information to educate families on the Novel Coronavirus (CoVID-19). Please check this page regularly as we will be updating information as soon as we receive it.
DPH has created a website updated constantly with the latest guidance, including printable fact sheets in multiple languages.
Visit: mass.gov, cdc.gov
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Randolph High School
7:20 AM – 2:03 PM
Randolph Community Middle School
7:35 AM – 2:35 PM
8:30 AM – 3:15 PM
It is very difficult to put into words the challenges we have all faced over the course of the past eight weeks and the sense of loss and disappointment many of our students feel, especially the students of the Class of 2020. The spring months of senior year have always and rightfully been considered a celebratory time and a rite of passage for both senior students and their parents/guardians. I
Todd Audyatis, Associate Dean of Admission, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted the college search process, the application process at both public and private institutions, and reveals how juniors may benefit from the changes made by colleges and universities during this time.
Families whose students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch started to receive P-EBT cards in the mail on Friday, May 29, and many are having trouble activating their card. Please share the following information from the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) with families
The recent horrific events in Minneapolis and other similar occurrences around our country, are tragic, heartbreaking, and wrong. The senseless killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd (along with countless others) are devastating. Events such as these cannot be seen as normal; we cannot stay silent.
Families have recently begun receiving P-EBT cards in the mail. However, we have heard that there has been some confusion around activating the card. Please share the below information with families in your school or district to help them correctly set up their P-EBT cards.
The Randolph Public School district is committed to providing an excellent educational opportunity for our students. Since our schools closed in March, our devoted staff have worked tirelessly to provide remote learning for students during these unprecedented times. We have seen many of our educators go above and beyond expectations to try and give students as much enrichment and enjoyment as possible, while continuing to try and stay healthy and safe.
We are happy to share with you that beginning on Monday, May 18th, a new COVID-19 testing site will open on 32 South Main Street in Randolph. More information in the attached press release.
Last Friday, April 17th, you received a letter from the Superintendent’s office about the second phase of the Randolph Public Schools (RPS) Remote Learning Plan (RLP). It contained a lot of information about how we are educating our students and valuable resources for your family to use during this time.
Earlier today, we received information that all Massachusetts schools have been closed through the remainder of the school year. Though the building itself is closed, we know that the support and education of our students is of the upmost importance and all of us at RHS will continue to do everything we can to help each student!!