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 important:
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.
As I look back and reflect on the 2020-2021 school year, I am humbled and proud of this amazing Randolph community. There is so much to be proud of...We have come through an extremely tumultuous year stronger and wiser than ever before. The data shows that our students progressed forward in spite of this brutal pandemic.
As we head into May we are looking forward to a strong last 7 weeks of school! This school year we utilized two platforms to collect data on student achievement and growth: DIBELS and iReady. This data is critical to ensure every child in RPS is making progress and performing at or above grade level.
Congratulations to all grade 1 - 8 students that participated in the April Vacation iReady Competition! RPS is proud of your learning during vacation with iReady! RPS students worked for 44,232 minutes or over 737 hours! RPS students completed 1,481 lessons on iReady!
The Pandemic - Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) Program was created in Spring 2020 to provide funds for families to buy food while schools were closed due to COVID-19. More P-EBT funds are being issued for the 2020-2021 school year.
Randolph Community Partnership: Now Enrolling: **FREE**GED/HiSET Preparation and English as a Second Language Classes
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