I have several pieces of information that I would like to share with you in regard to our eLearning Days. *Every student will be expected to work through their eLearning lessons beginning tomorrow. We will have eLearning on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays until May 1. We are scheduled to return to school on May 4. *Students should go online to get their lessons. If they are struggling with any course, teachers will be available through email on eLearning Days from 9:00 AM-2:00 PM. Students should contact their teachers. Your child does not want to get behind on lessons as it could become overwhelming to try to catch up. Please make sure your child is observing assignment due dates and is communicating with teachers if there is a concern. *If your child does not have internet capabilities for their Chromebook or they do not have a Chromebook we can get them alternate assignments. Obviously it would be best for the student to use their Chromebook for their eLearning lessons but if that is impossible please contact WCHS at 765-584-8201 or 765-584-1401 and dial extension 1500. If you call on an eLearning Day between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM someone will answer and will assist you to help your child get whatever is needed. If you are unable to call during those designated hours please leave a message at extension 1500 with your child’s name, grade and a telephone number of how to reach you and we will work to gather materials and call you to let you know when the items are ready. *Every teacher will be working to make contact with every one of their students either through an assignment submission, an email, or a phone call. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our staff for assistance. *If your child has left something in a locker that is needed please call the WCHS office and we will get the item and leave it in the entry for pick up. If your child’s Chromebook quits working please call the office. *If your child is a special needs student or has a special learning plan please let us know if you have any concerns. Your child will soon be hearing from teachers and paraprofessionals and should share their concerns if they have any. *Lunches and breakfasts will continue to be available each day throughout the closure of school. If you need more information about the availability please call the WCHS office. Again, the WCHS office phone number is 765-584-8201 or 765-584-1401 and the office extension is 1500. If no one answers please leave a message and we will get back with you as soon as possible. *We respectfully ask for your assistance with keeping the staff and yourself safe. If you need anything at all please call the office before coming to WCHS and we will work to get what you need while observing all safety protocols. Thank you and have a blessed evening.
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Congratulations to Maddie Lawrence on being named one of the Star Press Winter Athletes of the Year!
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Congratulations to Grant Wagner who was named the 2020 Pierre Goodrich Scholarship winner today!
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Reminder: lunch is being served as we speak!
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Indianapolis – Forty high school seniors from throughout Indiana have been named 2020 Indiana Academic All-Stars, a program of the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP). In addition, 50 other students were recognized as Academic All-Star Regional Honorees. The students were selected from a field of 280 outstanding nominees from the state’s private and public accredited schools. Academic All-Star distinction recognizes seniors who excel in the classroom first and foremost, but who also are actively involved in their schools and communities, and take on leadership roles in those activities. The program is produced by the Indiana Association of School Principals, with support provided by DePauw University, Indiana University Bloomington, and Purdue University, along with corporate partner Herff Jones. Student awards will be awarded at a later date by DePauw University, Indiana UniversityBloomington, Purdue University, and the Indiana Association of School Principals. Herff Jones provides the plaques awarded to the 40 Indiana Academic All-Stars and their Influential Educators. The IASP Indiana Academic All-Stars program salutes academic excellence in the same manner that student athletes traditionally are honored. By providing a showcase for academically talented seniors, the sponsoring organizations hope to accomplish the following objectives:  Give academic achievement the prestige it deserves;  Motivate students to recognize the value of academic excellence;  Provide students with an incentive for academic achievement, and  Promote a positive image of Indiana’s young people. Each public and private high school accredited by the Indiana Department of Education may nominate one senior for consideration as an Indiana Academic All-Star. From these nominees, a selection committee chose the Regional winners (representing five regions in Indiana) and the 40 Indiana Academic All-Stars. Selection of the school’s nominee is based upon the following considerations:  A mathematical formula that combines the SAT or ACT composite score and the seven-semester grade-point average; and  Academic achievements and honors, academic courses and academic extracurricular activities.  Other extracurricular activities, community service and leadership qualities. CONGRATULATIONS TO GRANT WAGNER ON BEING SELECTED AS ONE OF THE FORTY Indiana Academic All-Stars!
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Congratulations to PAYTON SPARKS for being named to the IBCA/Subway Underclassmen Small School All-State!
about 4 years ago, Karla Reed
Hey students and families! Today is a good day to order your yearbook! Yearbooks can be purchased at www.yearbookordercenter.com Using order number 8776
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I have had many questions about what we will do with the Prom this year.  We recognize this important milestone and are considering options for still hosting the event.  We will not be able to have the Prom on April 25 as schedule at Cornerstone.  If we come back to school on May 1, with no activity restrictions, we will do our best to still host the event most likely in the WCHS Commons.  Dates and times are still being considered as we find out information about other scheduled events.  Stay positive and hope for the best!    
about 4 years ago, Karla Reed
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Congratulations to the WCHS Boys Basketball Team for being chosen as the Randolph County STAR 98.3 "Team of the Season"!
about 4 years ago, Karla Reed
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. Please email your submissions to jawinkle@randolphcentral.us by Monday, April 6th. Any and all poetry types are accepted! In your email, please include your poem and let me know if you'd like it to be published in the virtual poetry book we will create (either with your name or anonymously...your choice!). A winner from each age group (middle school student, high school student, and adult) will be named!
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Grab & Go lunches are offered every weekday from 11-1. Breakfast will be offered as well at the time you pick up your lunch. This will be happening from now until we return to school, including the week of spring break next week.
about 4 years ago, Karla Reed
Congratulations to Payton, Wayde, Brooks, and Nathaniel!
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Congratulations to Cole Campbell and Levi Slusher for making the Honorable Mention Academic All State Boys Basketball Team!
about 4 years ago, Karla Reed
Congratulations to Maddie Lawrence for making the Academic All-State Girls Basketball Team!
about 4 years ago, Karla Reed
Students, if you are confused about what you should be doing you should be enjoying Spring Break! You have an extended break and will begin eLearning on March 30.
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Read about how to get lunch.
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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.
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Randolph Central eLearning Schedule
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