The Randolph Journey

Ms. King maps out a new life

Essential questions
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The new Middle School schedule

The shouts and applause from the 6th grade last week when we shared plans for changes to the daily schedule were just one affirmation of the work we’ve done over the ...
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Learning that sticks

Old school pen and paper and their 20th century cousin, the sticky note, can be a powerful social media tool, online or on an actual, physical wall, engaging people in ...
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Advisory: being known

Fifth graders entering Middle School are starting a new leg of the K-12 Journey. They still have homeroom teachers, but they will travel more to other classrooms and ...
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We are family

I had not been to a Randolph Commencement since 1983, when my brother, John David, graduated in the Rhett Fine Arts Center. This May, the outside ceremony, with a ...
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