6:30 PM - 7:30 PM RCMS School Site Council Meeting (Via Zoom)
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Virtual FAFSA Workshop
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM SEPAC: FCSN Workshop: Understanding the IEP
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Lyons Scholastic Family Night
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Lyons Campfire
RHS School Day ~ 7:50am - 2:50pm
Early Release ~ 7:50am - 11:40am
RCMS School Day ~ 7:30am - 2:30pm
Early Release ~ 7:30am - 11:20am
Elementary Supervised Recess ~
8:20am - 8:35am
Elementary School Day ~ 8:35am - 3:20pm
Early Release ~ 8:35am - 12:15pm
PRE-K Full Day School Day ~ 9am - 2pm
PRE-K AM School Day ~ 9am - 11:30pm
PRE-K PM School Day ~ 12:30am - 3:00pm
Early Release ~ 9am - 11:30am
TRANSITION ~ 7:30-7:33
TRANSITION ~ 7:53-7:56
BLOCK 1 ~ 7:56-8:53
TRANSITION ~ 8:53-8:56
BLOCK 2 ~ 8:56-9:53
TRANSITION ~ 9:53-9:56
BLOCK 3 ~ 9:56-10:53
TRANSITION ~ 10:53-10:56
BLOCK 4 ~ 10:56-12:30
1ST LUNCH ~ 10:56-11:26
2ND LUNCH ~ 11:28-11:58
3RD LUNCH ~ 12:00-12:30
TRANSITION ~ 12:30-12:33
BLOCK 5 ~ 12:33-1:30
TRANSITION ~ 1:30-1:33
BLOCK 6 ~ 1:33-2:30
RCMS Pledge – “R.O.C.K.S.”
As responsible members of the Randolph Community Middle School, we pledge to honor the values we hold most importantly:
Respect for ourselves and others
Opportunities for all
Knowledge as Power
By building our school upon this ROCK we will lay the foundation for our success.
RCMS students believe knowledge is power and embody pride and purpose to realize personal and global transformation.
~Students will achieve their full academic potential and persevere in solving complex, authentic problems through creativity and innovation.
~Students will effectively lead, communicate, and interact with diverse cultures in order to shape and impact the 21st century global society.
~Students demonstrate integrity, empathy, and responsibility to oneself and the community.
~RCMS is committed to authentic student scholarship through culturally responsive and engaged teaching and learning. Students are inspired through self-exploration and robust academic discourse to build their agency.
~RCMS creates a safe and inclusive environment that supports the social-emotional growth of students, honors diversity, builds positive relationships between peers and staff that are based on mutual respect.
~Through consistent and accountable expectations, RCMS stands united in supporting the entire student in reaching their full potential.
An all-ages community summer learning program! Learn how to participate by scanning the code below or going to: www.turnerfreelibrary.org/randolphreads
Randolph Teacher Taylor Thai's Dedication to English Language Learners Translates into a $25,000 Milken Educator Award
Families and communities are critical partners to a school's success. Just as a student's report card shows how they are performing, the school report card shows how a school is performing in multiple areas. It shows the school's strengths and the challenges that need to be addressed to ensure the school is meeting the needs of all students.
If you missed our Parent Academy last week, Helping your student succeed in High School, The presentations are available in English, Vietnamese, Haitian Creole and Spanish.
We are thrilled to let you know about an exciting program that is taking place in your child’s classroom this school year! Over two decades of research has helped us understand the important role social and emotional skills play in each child’s success in school, in the community, and, eventually, in higher education and the workplace
The Elizabeth G. Lyons School Building Project is critically important for the Town of Randolph. The existing building lacks adequate space. Seventy-five percent more square footage is required to accommodate the current occupancy.
Randolph Community Partnership: Now Enrolling: **FREE**GED/HiSET Preparation and English as a Second Language Classes