The Randolph Journey

Music on a Mission

  • cwalters
  • 31.10.2011
  • art
Miami Music Mission 2011: 51 Upper School band and choir students joined 11 Upper School faculty, staff, and parents on a six-day, action-packed expedition that included ...
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Dr. Hulsey, Are You Going to Bring Back the Halloween Carnival?

Last week a second grade boy took the initiative to write me a letter asking me to resurrect the Halloween Carnival.  It was a sweet letter from a boy who was sad that ...
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Training and transformation

Over the last year, Randolph's boys basketball team has undergone a transformation in their approach to physical development.
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“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”*

With the kids finally in bed at my parents’ house in Richmond, I grabbed my iPhone for a quick peek at my Twitter feed for the Tuesday of Fall Break. I was shocked to ...
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Going Underground

On a September evening the entire 5th grade took part in a simulation of the Underground Railroad. Students, imagining themselves as escaping slaves, attempted to leave ...
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"Mad About Trad": local band, global outlook

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 17.10.2011
  • bands
On a Wednesday night in late September, the Garth Commons was transformed into something other than a school lunchroom. It was a cross between a lecture hall and an ...
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So, What Did You Do During Your "Free" Afternoon?

On Wednesday, as Randolph parents know, we dismissed at noon for faculty in-service. Because all students in grades K-8 left school at the same time, the carpool line on ...
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How I Spent My Summer Vacation

  • byeager
  • 13.10.2011
  • After
Bette Yeager, a  5th grade language arts and social studies teacher at Randolph for 15 years, made the decision to retire last spring. Almost immediately afterwards, she ...
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Have no fear

To most seniors the idea of being at school at six-thirty in the morning seems as outlandish as it is unlikely.
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