The Randolph Journey

Seniors to Freshmen: Make the Most of It!

Every day at Randolph, an adult suggests to a student that he or she take a risk or try something new. Hearing this advice from an adult does not have the same impact as ...
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Enjoy Watching Them Play

By the age of 13, seven out of 10 children will quit organized sports. If we want our children to be physically fit and active, and to accrue the benefits of exercise ...
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How to Make the Most of Summer

The summer of 2013, as we rolled out a redesigned Randolph summer program, I had to pinch myself. My daughter Collette had just finished kindergarten. I had a mental ...
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Blue Crew Bonds

I have the best job of all at Randolph. I have the privilege of doing what I love most, which is impact the lives of students and develop boys into young men by leading ...
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Developing grit: Be the comma

By Ellen Smalley, K-6 Athletic Director and Teacher In 2009, I was the head coach of our Middle School girls soccer team. During that season, our leading scorer was also ...
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