Did you know that the next census is taking place in 2020? Responding to the #2020Census is our civic duty and affects the allocation of funding for our community’s public resources, how we plan for the future, and our voice in government. To learn more, visit 2020census.gov.
over 2 years ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Census-Children
Midterms are being mailed today. We know that many students may be catching up on assignments but this midterm is only an update on progress to keep you informed. Report cards will not come out until May. If you are having any trouble with assignments, please email those teachers directly and they are happy to help! This attachment that explains grading procedures and more is included in the mail: https://5il.co/f5zi
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
Please take a few minutes to read through these awesome tips our friends from Meridian Health Services shared with us! We know that staying at home for this extended amount of time is not easy for everyone, so we want to remind you that we are here to support you and your students in any way we can. Please don't be afraid to reach out!
over 2 years ago, Sadie Wright
Tips for Kids
Tips for Adults
Please take a few minutes to read through these awesome tips our friends from Meridian Health Services shared with us! We know that staying at home for this extended amount of time is not easy for everyone, so we want to remind you that we are here to support you and your students in any way we can. Please don't be afraid to reach out!
over 2 years ago, Sadie Wright
Driver families: This is a friendly check in to keep you informed. As you know, we will be continuing eLearning on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for the rest of the school year. Help us keep students on track by engaging with the school regularly. Midterms will be mailed on Thursday, but know that we want to work with you to keep you updated on your students progress. If you have questions about certain grades, be sure to contact your teachers. Remember that we serve lunch for kids each day from 11-1. We have also had many questions about the fundraiser pick up. We have no updates on this until the governors restrictions are adjusted. Thank you for being patient with us as we navigate this and we are missing your students every day. Families, please know that we are here for all of you. We recognize the efforts you are putting in at home. Thank you.
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
A note from Mrs. Wright, DMS School Counselor: I have been trying to share some self-care resources with students via email and Instagram since I know that this is a stressful time for many. I came across this article today and thought that this was a good one for parents to read through. It talks about supporting your student’s mental health during the pandemic, and in turn about how you can help your own mental health as an adult during this time. Please encourage your students to reach out to me if they are struggling, I am here to help in any way I can! I am also here to support parents, so if you are feeling overwhelmed (or need some guidance on eLearning) please reach out to me. https://www.weareteachers.com/kids-mental-health-covid-19/
over 2 years ago, Sadie Wright
Parent Support
The Governor issued an Executive Order today closing all K-12 schools and requiring each school to continue an extended learning plan that includes 160 student days. Randolph Central will continue eLearning Days on Mon., Tues., & Thurs. of each week. More info coming soon.
over 2 years ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
A few updates from Mrs. Wright, DMS School Counselor 1. The 8th grade Reality Store has been cancelled for this year. I am hoping we will be able to coordinate this experience for the class of 2024 next school year. 2. I have sent an email to the 8th graders who have not applied for 21st Century Scholars yet. The deadline for this scholarship opportunity is the end of the school year and it is something you will not want to miss out on. Parents - if you could have your students show you the email they received, you will get more details on what the program is about and what you need to do to apply. If your student received the email but you believe you are not eligible, please have them respond and let me know that. You can also get more info at this link: https://learnmoreindiana.org/scholars/enroll/ 3. All students received an email from me about the community service form for their PRIDE certificate. This form is due by the end of the school year and I have not received very many at this time. All DMS students can complete this form (which is attached to the email they received) and return it to me via email or send it to the school in the regular mail. 4. I am sharing a list of apps (pictured) because they are good resources for students to use at home if they are feeling stressed or need to relax. They work for adults too! If your student is having any issues you would like them to talk to someone about, please have them contact me at swright@randolphcentral.us or give me a call at 765-584-4671, extension 1020. 5. If you are not currently following the Driver Instagram page I would like to encourage you to do so. I will be posting more tips and resources there throughout this month. Thank you for your time, and I hope you are all staying home and staying safe!
over 2 years ago, Sadie Wright
Mindfulness Aps
Hello from a few familiar faces! Enjoy! https://youtu.be/31-gqtFHuMc
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
We have been in contact with the fundraising company. Due to the restrictions in place, we still cannot deliver the products until we are told it is safe to do so. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding. Please communicate this with those you sold to.
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
Randolph Central's Grab & Go lunch program continues this week during our scheduled Spring Break with time extended until 1:00PM. Stop by one of the listed sites for your FREE lunch for everyone 18 and under.
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
Lunch
We have had questions about the DC fundraiser. We have been in contact with the fundraising company and are working to come up with a plan that is safe and efficient. We will keep you all updated after Spring Break. Thanks for your patience and understanding in this challenge.
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
This letter from the IDOE outlines changes in state testing.
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
Testing
Good evening! Effective tomorrow, March 20, 2020 Randolph Central will be adding two more locations for children to receive a free Grab n’ Go lunch. The five locations include: Ridgeville STEPS Saratoga City Building Driver Middle School (Door #1) Baker Elementary (Front) Willard Elementary (Front) Lunches will be available from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Monday through Friday, including next week. All children 18 years of age and under can get a free lunch. The child must be present to receive the free meal. If getting to one of the pick-up sites is an issue please call 765-584-1401. Thank you!
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
The WCHS/DMS library is sponsoring our first ever digital poetry contest to celebrate National Poetry Month in April! This is open to all students, faculty, and staff of WCHS and DMS.
over 2 years ago, Katie Lash
Poetry
RCSC will provide grab & go lunches to kids 18 and under beginning Tuesday, 3/17/20 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at three locations: Ridgeville STEPS (210 S. Walnut), Saratoga City Building (107 N. Barber), and Driver M.S. (Door 1, 700 Union St., Winchester). Students must be present.
over 2 years ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Shout out to all of our awesome students that were part of the musical this year! We were so glad to have a preview of the show on Thursday; you all did an amazing job! We are also proud of you for adjusting to all the craziness these last few days. We appreciate you all staying positive and putting on three great shows for your families this weekend! #AnnieGetYourGun #musical #talent #greatshow 🎭
over 2 years ago, Sadie Wright
Annie Get Your Gun
Final Showdown
Formal Dance
Gun Show
On Friday the 6th grade Ambassadors presented their lesson on RESPECT to their peers. All students were given a ‘tower of respect’ challenge that they can work on over break. #ambassadors #studentleaders #PRIDE #respect
over 2 years ago, Sadie Wright
Group 3
Group 4 and 5
Group 2
Group 1
Randolph Central School Corporation eLearning Days will begin on Monday, March 30, 2020. More details will be released next week on how eLearning days will be implemented. School offices will be open next week for parents/guardians who need to pick up their child’s medication.
over 2 years ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Randolph Central School Corporation will be closed beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020 and students will return no sooner than April 13, 2020. All Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities, including practices, are cancelled until Monday, April 13, 2020.
over 2 years ago, Randolph Central School Corporation