RPS Re-Opening of School Survey
Our intention is to safely provide the best educational programming for our students and to meet the needs of our community. In order to
do so your feedback is vital. Please complete this survey by July 6, 2020. The re-entry committee will use the information to make decisions on reopening schools in fall 2020. Your feedback and participation on the Re-Opening of Schools Survey is critical.
Randolph Public Schools
Summer Learning 2020!
The Randolph elementary schools are committed to providing our students with excellent educational opportunities to prepare all Rising 1st-5th Graders for the upcoming school year.
ALL families of current students can pick up FREE Summer work that includes 6 weeks of Math and ELA practice, Summer Reading information, and a Summer Journal!
Who: ALL students entering 1st-5th Grade
Where: All Elementary School Main Entrances
When: Thursday, 6/25 & Friday, 6/26 11am-1pm
Save your summer work to bring back to school in the fall!
ALL students will receive a PRIZE for their hard work and entered into a raffle to win a laptop!
Dear Randolph Families and Students, Today, Governor Baker’s office and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released their initial guidance about reopening schools this fall. We acknowledge the level of thought and care that went into the development of this guidance and share its goal of the safe return of as many students as possible to in-person school settings in order to best meet students’ academic, social, and emotional needs.
After a spring unlike any before, I write to you about our plans for the fall with the wellbeing of our students, teachers, staff, and communities firmly in mind. It is sobering to think of the sickness and fatalities caused by COVID-19 in our state, in our nation, and around the world. It is also distressing to witness the murder of George Floyd and others and know that this is a reflection not of a single incident, but a long history of inequity. Through the lens of these two issues, we look at how to best open our schools this fall.
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
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.
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.