The Randolph Journey

6th Grade: A Safe Place to Get Serious

 By Rachel Plucker, 5th and 6th Grade Math Your 6th grader wants to be taken seriously.  Sixth Grade is a time of growth, change and the beginning of finding oneself. ...
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5 Things Every Parent Should Know about Puberty

A series of posts on this blog about the challenges of 5th and 6th grade would be incomplete without mentioning the impact of puberty on students at this age. Our school ...
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Convocation: Strange Symmetry

This week, the Classes of 2018 and 2030 will participate in Opening Convocation. Convocation marks the beginning and the conclusion of the Randolph journey, and is one ...
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Middle School summer reading: Nonfiction takes a front seat

As adults, we read nonfiction on a daily basis. In fact, research shows that up to 85% of what adults read is nonfiction. Whether it is a news article, a magazine piece, ...
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Lunch Matters

What is it like to be new at Randolph? Our students share their memories. When I first came to Randolph in the 5th grade, I had no idea who anybody was. I felt like an ...
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