The Randolph Journey

The Case for Diversity in Middle School

The most fundamental challenge that middle school students face is that of defining and understanding their own identities. These are critical years for figuring out who ...
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4th Graders: The Mirrors of a Community

As a sophomore, Katie Kessler' 17 was one of four student interns who accompanied the 4th grade on thier spring trip to Williamsburg. These were her reflections on the ...
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"Westward Ho!" On to 4th Grade

Every spring, our 4th graders set off on a campus trek, hauling handmade oxen and wagons. They are dealt cards of fortune and misfortune. They work as families to ...
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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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Local knowledge: Coleman Martinson ’17 and Cal Shockley ’19

  Coleman and Cal are managers at the Greenwyche community pool. Coleman is the dive coach, Cal is an assistant swim coach: We grew up at the pool and looked up to the ...
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