Morris County will begin paving Sussex Turnpike as part of its major improvement project on the roadway on October 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This will be followed by resurfacing of the road and the installation of pavement markings. The work is expected to be completed on or about October 28. The work could cause busing delays, especially in the afternoon. We ask for your patience during this time.
The Share the Keys program, formerly Alive at 25, scheduled for Monday, October 17 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for Monday, November 14. Please note that this program is mandatory for students and a parent if the student would like to drive to school as a senior.
Registration is now under way for Randolph Community School's winter ski clubs. The Community School offers ski clubs for fourth and fifth graders at Center Grove, Fernbrook, Ironia and Shongum elementary schools at Shawnee Mountain. The Community School also offers clubs for students at Randolph Middle School with a sixth grade ski club at Shawnee and a seventh and eighth grade ski club at Camelback. In addition, the Community School offers a ski club for Randolph High School students. Transportation is provided by coach bus. High school students have the option of registering for the bus or driving themselves to the ski resort. Registration is a two-part process. First, parents must register their students with the Community School. Later, they will receive login information to register with the ski resort and pay for their ski package. For information, call (973) 361-0808 ext. 8603. To register, visit https://register.capturepoint.com/RandolphCommunitySchool
Parents of students enrolled in the Randolph Township School District who would like to learn or improve their English are invited to free English classes on Tuesdays beginning October 18 through May. Free babysitting will be provided. Please register by emailing email@example.com. For information, please read this flyer.
As part of our efforts to celebrate Randolph High School's football and marching band programs, we would like to share these safety precautions as well as revisions to our security procedures at stadium events. For details, please read this October 7 letter from Randolph High School Principal Debbbie Iosso.
The Randolph Township Police Department is asking residents to observe Traffic Safety Awareness Month in October by exercising extra caution when driving, obeying the speed limit and following all traffic safety laws. In addition, the police department is asking residents to observe "Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day," a day-long effort to reduce fatalities on the nation's roads on October 10.
Please note that all state and/or federally mandated assessments for the 2016-17 school year have been listed on the Randolph District calendar.
The Randolph Education Foundation is asking Randolph staff and parents to save the date of Thursday, November 3 for the REF Randolph Rock Stars event. The foundation will recognize the Randolph teachers of the year, administrator of the year, volunteer of the year, student of the year and business person of the year at a special evening celebration.
We hope that you like our new look. Please note that the new RTNJ.org consists of a main school district website and six subsites, one for each school. You can get to the other subsites by using the "Select a School" tool at the top right of this page. The new Schoolwires website features convenient channel bars at the top of the district and school home pages, photos, announcements and news sections as well as global icons, to the right of the photo gallery, which help website users quickly find what they are looking for. An upcoming events calendar and Quick Links section are located on the left side of the home pages. Thank you for visiting!
Fernbrook Principal Danielle Soldivieri to Assume New Position in Early 2017.
Randolph High School has 88 Advanced Placement Scholars Recognized.
Group to Travel to Indiana in March to Perform at Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Ensemble Festival.
Groups Performed Live as Part of Show's Homecoming Segment October 8 from 7-9 a.m.
Six Randolph teachers received surprise visits from their principals and Interim Superintendent Jennifer A. Fano on January 14 and 15 when the winners of the Teachers of the Year were announced. The 2016 winners are: Center Grove: Marissa Kulahi (grade 4), Fernbrook: Maureen Frio (grade K), Ironia: Janice Freidland (grade 2), Shongum: Natalie Ernstes (general music), RMS: Rio Clemente (grade