7:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Committee Meeting
8:30 AM – 3:15 PM
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Hello and Welcome Back Young Families and Community Members!
We hope this letter finds each of you well, having had time to enjoy family time this summer. We also hope you made many visits to the Turner Free library!
The window and door project is coming to a close. The building is brighter as a result and insulation against sound and weather is much improved.
Robin Hass, Kindergarten, room 24
Christin Brink, GROW program, room 34
Kristina Durado, 1:1 GROW program
Ms. Horgan will be teaching grade 2.
Ms. Correia will be an inclusion teacher.
Ms. Levitz will be teaching grade 1.
Ms. DiRusso welcomed Talia to her family this summer. She will return from maternity leave sometime in November.
Ms. Landreth is spending time with her family this year and will not be teaching.
Mr. Morong will be at Young and Lyons. He will be at Young on Wednesday mornings, Thursdays, and Fridays.
Before/After School Care:
The new provider is the YMCA. Information is on the website and on DOJO.
Open House is Monday, August 26th, from 5 – 7. Join us for a great start to the school year.
First day for students in grades 1 – 5 is Tuesday, August 27th
K screening is Wednesday, August 28th. Please schedule with the Family Registration Office, 781 961 – 6247
First day for K is Tuesday, September 3rd
We are looking forward to another productive, challenging, and fun year for students. For more detailed information about the school day, resources, academic and behavioral expectations, please be sure to review our Young Handbook. A more comprehensive handbook for RPS is also available here.
Please be sure to sign on for DOJO as teachers and administration do most communicating through this tool. Your classroom teacher will give you the necessary information.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Sara Hosmer Kelley Breen
Principal Assistant Principal
Click here to view schedule
Greeting Randolph Families, Randolph Public Schools continues to upgrade its pest management plans. Since my appointment as Superintendent, I have worked with my team to bring on a new pest management company and to provide ongoing food safety and building cleanliness. The Town’s Board of Health Inspector visited our schools on August 16th and all schools passed inspection; our kitchens are open. We are posting notification of the placement of exterior bait boxes around all the schools. These bait boxes are a preventative measure to keep pests outside of our schools. We value the health and safety of your students and our staff and will continue to review the status of our facilities. Please bear with us as we continue plugging holes and cracks in our very, old buildings. Thank you. Thea Stovell Superintendent
We are pleased to announce a new option available to our schools participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs – known as the Community Eligibility Provision.
The Randolph Public School system is now participating in the Expansion of the Massachusetts MassHealth School-based Medicaid Reimbursement Program...
Old Colony YMCA - Stoughton, has been selected as the provider of Before and After School Care of our Students. Please click the link for more information.
Every year, each public school and school district in Massachusetts receives a report card. Just as your child’s report card shows how they are doing in different subjects, the school’s report card is designed to show families how our school is doing in different areas.