The Randolph Journey

Ms. King maps out a new life

Essential questions
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Randolph's Daily Schedule: The Holy Grail

Beyond the teachers and students who make up a school community, nothing is more important than the daily schedule.  How we organize time in schools should reflect 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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What I Learn from Seniors

This week I am finishing my annual meetings with seniors in small groups of three and four.  Every year I find that I learn most about Randolph from seniors who look ...
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So, What Did You Do During Your "Free" Afternoon?

On Wednesday, as Randolph parents know, we dismissed at noon for faculty in-service. Because all students in grades K-8 left school at the same time, the carpool line on ...
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