Announcements

RES HOLIDAY MARKET

Artists! Farmers! Join us for the Third Annual RES Holiday Market on Dec. 6th (town-wide bazaar day) from 9-1. Tables are affordable, quality is HIGH, and sales are strong. If you have something grown/produced/handcrafted to sell (no tupperware, Avon, etc...) please let me know. An email to past vendors was sent out recently, and spots are already filling up fast. It's going to be a great event and helps support RES Farm to School! Please contact Kristen Gage at 728-6558 or kristengage@hughes.net.

Randolph Elementary School Holiday Feast 

Presented by the OSSU, Child Nutrition Program

Mike Flies * Saige Vorce * Lisa Alix * Students of RES

This year's 14th annual Holiday feast will be held on 
Friday, November 21st for students in grades 1 through 6. The menu consists of fresh roasted turkey, gravy, stuffing, with some local products such as mashed potatoes and whipped squash, corn, peas, dinner roll, Cabot butter, homemade cranberry sauce, pumpkin & apple pies made by RTCC Culinary Students, milk or juice.

We are not asking adults to sign up in advance. However, we are looking for adult volunteers to assist in the kitchen before, during and after the meal. If you would like to help, please contact the cafeteria. 

Adult pricing…… $4.50 Please pay in line that day.
Student pricing……. Full pay $2.75, reduced $.00, Free.

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Welcome to the Randolph Elementary School

A message from Erica McLaughlin and Pat Miller, Principals:

Welcome to Randolph Elementary School!  If this is your first visit to our learning community, we hope you will enjoy discovering some of what makes our school such a wonderful place to be a student.  We are always open to your feedback or your questions.  Give us a call, drop us an email, or stop by to schedule a visit.  We are proud to share what makes our school “family” so special. 

This site is also intended to be an additional information resource for the current school community, and a portal to many academic and research resources for students (see the library links in the left column).  If you do not find what you are looking for, please give us a call and we will gladly help you find what you need, or access our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/randolphelementaryschool.

As a member of the Orange Southwest Supervisory Union, the Randolph Elementary staff, administration, and school board work closely with our partner schools of Braintree Elementary, Brookfield Elementary, Randolph Union High School, and the Randolph Technical Career Center.  In addition to sharing common goals for the success of every student, we also share professional development, curriculum, learning resources, and access to high quality coaching and support.  Although we are a rural school, our capacity to meet every child’s needs is made stronger and more effective by our collaboration with a wider community of professional colleagues and resources spanning Pre-K through grade 12. 

One way that we insure that all three elementary schools have equitable support for their varying needs is through a collaborative administrative model.  We work closely, as a team, to oversee and support our schools.  In effect, this means that there are three administrators available to each school as needed and that we each have the opportunity to come to value and understand the unique communities of each school.  We believe this collaborative approach further strengthens our schools and supports the learning needs of each child!

On behalf of our administrative colleagues, we are honored to serve the children and families of the Randolph Community.

Erica McLaughlin, Pat Miller, Susan McKelvie

 

 

 

 

News & Events

Latest News

Randolph Students Learn, Bake, and Share with King Arthur Flour

The delicious smell of home-baked bread will be in the air around Randolph when The King Arthur Flour Company of Norwich, Vt., brings the Bake for Good: Kids Learn Bake Share Program to Randolph Elementary School Wednesday, October 1 to teach 135 fourth through sixth-grade students to bake fresh, nutritious bread from scratch. Read More

Early Education Program off to a Great Start

The OSSU’s new Early Education Program is off to a successful start with nearly 30 students between the ages of 3-5 enrolled. Read More

Welcome New Faculty and Staff

Welcome new faculty and staff! Read More

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