Welcome to Randolph Elementary School
We're glad you're here and we extend a warm welcome!
We are located at 40 Ayers Brook Rd
Randolph, VT 05060
From the Principals
As we enter this long weekend, let's remember all of those members of the Armed Forces who gave everything so that our world can be a safer place. We have had a fun week with an ice cream social, a bike to school day and the last of our upcoming kindergarteners visiting kindergarten! Our 6th graders also got together at the middle school for a social event. It is hard to believe that they will be leaving RES soon. Next week we have special events happening during the day and in the evening. Be sure to take a look at our list of upcoming events below! Have a great weekend.
In the meantime, keep up to date with what's happening here at RES in our weekly newsletter
Melinda Robinson and Cara Houston
6/1- 5th/6th Grade Band and Chorus Conference 6:00 at RUHS 6:00 (students at 5:30)
6/6- 6th Graders at the Rec Field for a gathering with all OSSD 6th graders
6/7- PTO night 6:00
6/8- 2nd Grade Field trip to Kimball Library 9:00-11:30
6/8- Kindergarten Chick Night 6:00
6/9- Ms. Meberg's, Ms. Skolnick's and Mr. Sean's class to the ocean
6/9- Ms. Garrett's out for a Reading Celebration
6/12- 2nd Grade trip to Motio back in the building by 11:20
6/13- Step up day for 3rd-6th graders
6/13- 1st Grade trip to Kimball Library - back in the building by12:30
6/14- Field Day for kindergarten through 6th grade
6/15- Ms. Skolnick's class out for a reading celebration
6/15- 5th/6th Graders to Silver Lake
6/15- Prek classes Celebration of Learning- 3 year olds 11:00; 4 year olds 12:00
6/16- 1st/2nd to Silver Lake
6/16- 3rd/4th to Lake Champage
6/16- Tentatively Ms. Smith's class to Kimball Library
6/19- 6th Grade Graduation - 12:30 in the tent behind RUHS
6/20- Last day- early release at 11:30
Annual 5K Run
We were excited to hold our annual 5th/6th grade 5k on Tuesday at the Brunswick school. This is a fun event where the 5th and 6th graders from all three elementary schools in the district come together to challenge themselves and have some fun. This year, we had students from RUHS come to volunteer. They kept the time, handed out the medals and even ran along with a few of our students. This is such a wonderful event each spring.
Randolph Elementary is located in the heart of central Vermont. We serve approximately 325 students in grades Pre-K-6. Our students reside in East Randolph, North Randolph, South Randolph, Randolph Center and the village of Randolph. Our district public preschool programs are located at Randolph and Braintree Elementary Schools.
All of our elementary schools have a warm and caring faculty and staff committed to each and every child. Together, our priority is to create a rich and engaging learning environment, where students are authentic contributors and partners in a positive, fun, and rigorous school climate.
Our support for students goes beyond the walls of Randolph Elementary, it extends out to our sister schools in Braintree and Brookfield, as well at Randolph Union High School and Randolph Technical Career Center. We work together at the administrative level to ensure the success of our students through shared professional development, curriculum, coaching, and learning resources.
Randolph Elementary School is a “PBIS” school committed to Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. To that end, we believe that learning is not just limited to academics. We create a safe and supportive school where students also learn how to be learners; how to be members of a caring community; and how to resolve challenges with peers through positive and appropriate strategies. We directly teach behavior expectations, model what those expectations look like, and provide opportunities for practice across the entire school setting (classroom, hallways, cafeteria, playground, etc.). When students make behavior errors, we treat those as we would treat academic errors. We seek to understand why the student made the error, then reteach, support, and encourage until the appropriate behavior is mastered.
Our school is a community of happy learners, from kids to adults. We love our schools and are honored to serve the children and families of the Randolph, Braintree and Brookfield Elementary School communities.
We invite you to visit, get to know us, and join the fun! We suggest that you bookmark this page for quick reference. If you do not find what you need, please give us a call and we are happy to help. Further, our school Facebook page is another place for updated information, photos, and announcements. “Like” us and you will always be immediately notified with current announcements!!
Melinda Robinson, Principal
Cara Houston, Ass't Principal