Community Attitudes, Responsibilities & Expectations
At Randolph Union Middle School, we believe that a well-rounded student demonstrates more than just academic success. A successful student demonstrates attributes that will help make him/her a contributing and productive member of society. Those attributes include our Habits of Work and Habits of Heart:
Habits of Heart – CAREing for your self and others!
- Respect for Others
Habits of Work – CAREing about your work!
- Technology Skills
- Reflection & Revision
CARE is a term we use for these “Community Attitudes, Responsibilities and Expectations” in the Middle School, and we convey to students that our notion of CARE and CARE-ing includes different kinds of positive attitudes:
- Care about yourself (getting your work done, being true to self, etc)
- Care about others (respect for others, cooperation, etc)
- Care for our community (citizenship, etc)
The Middle School faculty and staff also believe that when a student demonstrates these actions in a noticeable way it should be acknowledged. Essentially, this means that we like to "catch students being good." When a faculty or staff members notices a student demonstrating a CARE-ing attribute, he or she may hand the student a piece of CARE cash. Students can save their CARE cash and use it to attend various events during the school year.