The Randolph Journey

"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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To bounce or not to bounce

By Carol Richardson and Susan Short
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Fourth graders: the mirrors of a community

Fourth graders are balls of energy. One or two can cause a scene or earn some dirty glares in a public place, therefore we interns knew that 50 or so, in a hotel lobby, ...
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Become like a child

Sophomore Coner McFarlin was one of four Upper School students who served as trip interns to assist with the 4th grade trip to Williamsburg during our school's Interim ...
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Nuisances welcome

Moving to third grade this year has been an amazing journey. Prior to teaching third, my experience was in first grade, and while I loved first grade for different ...
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