The Randolph Journey

Middle School summer reading: Nonfiction takes a front seat

As adults, we read nonfiction on a daily basis. In fact, research shows that up to 85% of what adults read is nonfiction. Whether it is a news article, a magazine piece, ...
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Community as classroom

This year, we incorporated community learning into our middle school curriculum as one of the units in our new Flex block for the 8th grade. Flex Block, a feature of the ...
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Arts Assembly Bill Passed

By Delaney Wood '18
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Lunch Matters

What is it like to be new at Randolph? Our students share their memories. When I first came to Randolph in the 5th grade, I had no idea who anybody was. I felt like an ...
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Failing, then succeeding

By Joshua P. Huber, 8th Grade. The Middle School is taking part in a legislative exercise called Randolph Hill, whereby students can propose bills to write Middle School ...
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