• Need to register your child for Randolph Public Schools?

    You can register by:

    • Computer: pre-register online  and complete the process.

    • Call:  dial (781) 961-6247 and schedule for an in-person appointment.

    • In-person: Schedule an in-person appointment and work directly with a registration counselor.

    Get a head start on the registration process by pre-register your student online.

     

    1. Preschool Information and Registration

    2. Kindergarten Registration

    3. Grades 1-12+ Registration

    4. Registration Checklist

    5. Residency Policy

    6. Change of Address

    7. School Year Calendar

    8. Contact Us

    Pre-K Peer Partner Enrollment and Registration 

    Enrollment for our peer partners is now open to the Randolph Community. Please complete this google form to share your interest and choice in the program. Please see below for more information:

    Eligibility criteria for Peer Partners:

    • Child must be 3.0 prior to beginning

    • Must be a Randolph resident

    • Child may not have identified special needs

    • Parents assume responsibility for monthly tuition payments, following the payment schedule provided with their enrollment application.

    It is the parent’s responsibility to make payment according to the payment schedule as no bills will be sent. Bank Checks or Money Order must be payable to the Randolph Public Schools and be sent into school with your child.

    Failure to pay tuition will result in your child’s inability to attend the program.

    Tuition Fees

    Each integrated classroom has up to 8 spots that are reserved for peer partners. These spots are awarded through a lottery that is held in the Spring on a first come, first serve basis. Rates for the 2023-2024 school year are as follows:

    Program Days

    Monthly Tuition Cost

    3 Day Program (Tues. - Thurs. 9:00-11:30 or 12:30-3:00)

    $160

    4 Day Program (Mon. - Thurs. 12:30-3:00)

    $210

    5 Day Program (Mon. - Fri. 9:00-11:30)

    $260

     

    Kindergarten Registration

    Ready to get started? First, pre-register!

    Pre-registering online is easy.  If you pre-register after school hours or during a weekend or holiday, you will receive your username and password the following business day.

    PLEASE NOTE: Students must be 5 years of age on or before September 1st to start Kindergarten. Registrations are not complete until all required documents are received and all registration forms are approved.

    Step 1 Check your email. Once your Pre-Registration form has been approved, you will receive an email detailing next steps.

    This email will include a username and temporary password. This information will be associated with your student to your parent PowerSchool account. Make sure the email you enter on the Pre-Registration form has been entered correctly.

    Step 2 Gather your documents. 

    • Birth certificate

    • Up to date physical and immunization records

    • Current and signed IEP (if available)

    • Legal guardianship document/custody (if applicable)

    • Valid Photo ID of Parent/Legal Guardian

    • Valid Proof of Address (2 forms)

     

    For a complete list of necessary documents, click on this link RPS Required Registration Documents.

     

    Step 3 Log into your PowerSchool Parent Portal Account. Information to access the account is located in the email you will receive once your pre-registration form is approved by the RPS Registration Office. When completing the registration process, you should log into PowerSchool using a browser or we HIGHLY encourage you to use the PowerSchool App, for better efficiency and accessibility features.

    *PowerSchool Parent Portal Account

    *Parent Guide to PowerSchool Registration

    * Randolph PowerSchool App Link

     

    Step 4 Complete the e-forms. Once you have logged into the PowerSchool Parent Portal, click “Forms” from the left hand menu navigation. Complete the forms and upload the Required Documents for each student. Please make sure you upload the necessary documents for the registration to be complete.

    Complete the following Registration eForms:

    A. Student Demographics

    B. Student Contacts

    C. Address Verification

    D. Health Information

    E. Home Language Survey

    F.  Student Services History

    G.  Previous Enrollment and Records Release

     

    Grades 1-12+ Registration

    Registration for the 2023-2024 school year will open for all grades beginning July 1st using our new Powerschool Enrollment Express.

    Get a head start on the registration process by pre-register your student online and

    gather your documents.

    • Birth certificate

    • Up to date physical and immunization records

    • Current and signed IEP (if available)

    • Legal guardianship document/custody (if applicable)

    • Valid Photo ID of Parent/Legal Guardian

    • Valid Proof of Address (2 forms)

     

    For a complete list of necessary documents, click on this link RPS Required Registration Documents.

     

    Or call (781) 961-6247 to schedule an in-person appointment

     

    Registration Checklist

    See our RPS Registration Checklist below to ensure you have all the necessary documents to register for Randolph Public Schools.

    Registration Document Checklist:
    English | Español | Kreyòl | Português | tiếng Việt  

    * We are happy to offer registration assistance in other languages.  For translation services and in-person assistance, please call the Registrar’s Office at 781-961-6247 or schedule an appointment.

     

    Residency Policy

    If you suspect abuse or violations of the Randolph Public Schools Residency Policy report them promptly by using the Tip Line at https://www.randolph.k12.ma.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=2334.

    Your involvement helps us maintain a fair and equitable educational environment for all. Thank you for your support!

     

    Residency Requirements for Students:

    To attend the Randolph Public Schools, a student must actually reside in the Town of Randolph.

    The residence of a minor child is ordinarily presumed to be the legal residence of the child's parent or legal guardian having physical custody of the child.  A student's actual residence is considered to be the place where he or she lives permanently, and which is the center of his/her domestic, social and civic life.

    Temporary residence in the Town of Randolph, solely for the purpose of attending a Randolph public school, is not considered "residency."

    Proof of Town of Randolph Residency:

    Before any student is assigned to or may attend any Randolph public school, the student's parent, legal guardian or responsible adult must provide proof of residency in the Town of Randolph. Documents must be pre-printed with the name and address of the student's parent, guardian or responsible adult must be presented at the Parent Information Center at the time of registration. Please note that legal guardianship requires additional documentation from a court or agency.

    These documents also will be required for any change of address.

    If the student, parent, guardian or responsible adult is not able to prove residence in Randolph by means of a tax bill, utility bill, lease with his/her name on it, or other independent documentation, he/she may prove residency by one of the following methods:

    A.  A letter from a landlord or other individual with whom the student and responsible adult are residing;

    B.  An affidavit signed under the pains and penalties of perjury that both the student and responsible adult reside at a specific address within the town of Randolph.

    The Randolph Public Schools reserves the right to request additional documents and/or conduct an investigation as determined necessary and appropriate to confirm residency.

    When there is no parent or legally designated guardian available to take the responsibility for a minor child residing in Randolph, the responsible adult presenting the child for enrollment in Randolph will be asked to obtain or provide the following, as appropriate:

    A.  Evidence of temporary or permanent legal custody; or

    B.  An affidavit of the parent/legal guardian signed under the pains and penalties of perjury, by both the parent/guardian and authorized caregiver, granting authority for the adult with whom the student is to reside in Randolph to exercise concurrent rights with regard to the student's education and health care. (See Caregiver Authorization Affidavit under MGL c. 201F)

    Students who are actually residing in Randolph and who qualify as homeless students under the federal McKinnev-Vento Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015, will be immediately enrolled in Randolph Public Schools in accordance with federal law. Further information and assistance may be obtained from the Homeless Liaison for the Randolph Public School District.

    For students placed in foster care within the town of Randolph or while enrolled in the Randolph school district, they will be enrolled in the school or district determined to be in their best interest after a BID (best interest determination) meeting. (Refer to Policy JFABF - Educational Opportunities for Children in Foster Care)

    Students who are enrolled in the Randolph Public Schools shall be required to re-establish residency prior to entering grades six (6) and nine (9), and during other times as determined by the Superintendent or his/her designee.

    Declaration of Town of Randolph Residency:

    Custodial parents, legal guardians or responsible adults of Randolph Public Schools students, and students age 18 and older, must sign a statement saying they are actual residents of the Town of Randolph. (See Residency Affidavit) They must also agree to notify the Randolph Public Schools if they move during the school year.

    Enforcement of the Residency Requirement:

    When the District suspects that a family of a current Randolph Public School student lives outside of Randolph, the student's residency will be subject to further inquiry/investigation. The Randolph Public Schools may suspect a student is not a resident if, for example, mail is returned due to an invalid address, the proofs of address submitted by the parent are inconsistent or suspicious, or for other reasons upon the discretion of the Superintendent or his/her designee.  During the course of the investigation, the District may ask for additional documentation, may use the assistance of the District's residency investigator(s), and/or may obtain the services of the police or investigative agency personnel to conduct investigations into student residency.  The residency investigator(s) will report his or her findings to the Superintendent of Schools, who shall make the final determination of residency.

    Students found to be in violation of the residency policy may be dismissed immediately from the Randolph Public Schools and parent(s) or guardian(s) may be jointly and severally liable to the Randolph Public Schools for the student's tuition for the full academic year(s). The Randolph Public Schools may also impose other penalties on the family such as legal fees incurred by legal action and the withholding of certain scholarships and prizes. All applicants must reside in our town (Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 76, section 5 provides in pertinent part: Every person shall have a right to attend the public schools of the town where he/she actually resides, subject to the following section. No school committee is required to enroll a person who does not actually reside in the town unless said enrollment is authorized by law or by the school committee. Any person who violates or assists in the violation of this provision may be required to remit full restitution to the town of the improperly- attended public schools. No person shall be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to a public school of any town, or in obtaining the advantages, privileges and courses of study of such public school on account of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin or sexual orientation.

    Unless Otherwise Indicated in the Residency Policy for the Randolph Public Schools, All Applicants Must Submit at Least One Document from Each Group;

     

    Change of Address

    If you recently moved or changed your address…


    Visit the Registrar’s Office and bring your photo ID and proofs of residency

     

    Residency verification requirements: 

    • Two bills: utility/water, cable (not a cell phone bill), home insurance bill, car insurance (not car policy) within the past 60 days 

    • A current lease/Section 8 agreement/mortgage or government document within the past 60 days 

    • A W2 form dated within the year or a Payroll Stub dated within the past 60 days 

    • A Bank or Credit Card Statement dated within the past 60 days

    • A Letter from an Approved Government Agency* dated within the past 60 days

     

    If you have no bills with the new address and don't have a lease or Mortgage, please complete the Tenant Landlord/Family Living agreement and upload the NOTARIZED form into the residency area. 

     

    *Approved Government Agencies include the Department of Revenue (DOR), Department of Children and Families (DCF), Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA), Department of Youth Services (DYS) or Social Security.

     

    School Year Calendar

     

    Visit our District Announcement page for the most up to date 2023-2024 School Calendars

     

    Contact Us

    Registration Hotline
    (781) 961-6247


    Office Hours
    Monday to Friday ~ 8:30am to 3:30pm   


    Location
    70 Memorial Parkway
    Randolph, MA 02368
    Door # 9


    Schedule an in-person appointment
    https://calendly.com/d/yp9-7yw-wjb/1hour?back=1&month=2023-05 

    Staff
    Regina Federle
    Registrar
    federler@randolph.k12.ma.us

    Schimiliguen Janvier
    Administrative Assistant 
    janviers@randolph.k12.ma.us