The Randolph Journey

What you notice in car line

By Laurel Shockley, Assistant Head of Lower School/ Director of Lower School Teaching and Learning Car line – two words that can strike fear in even the calmest of ...
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2020 Vision: What’s Next for Randolph?

Parent leaders helped us communicate about the survey. By Jay Rainey, Head of School If you were on campus in 2015, you might have noticed, for several weeks, some large ...
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The student voice and the child's perspective

All juniors tackle an intensive independent research paper in their English classes based on a topic of personal interest and curiosity. It can and should be a profound ...
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One of Randolph’s Best-Kept Secrets

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 25.02.2016
  • art
By Amy Creech, Randolph parent I am the mother of two daughters: an extrovert and an introvert, an athlete and an artist. Each has had her share of challenges and ...
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Lost in time: the hidden dangers of the 5th grade curriculum

What begins as simple story about two 5th grade teachers, Kathie Clayton and Kathleen Brewer, receiving a summer professional development grant to revise the 5th grade ...
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