Randolph is a amazing school with great leadership. The principal and assistant principal work very hard, as does the staff. They are willing to go over and beyond. It is important to remain engaged in the school!
The bullying continues.....and even when you bring it to their attention, the teachers and staff tends to change the perspective of what just happened to your child to....they were just horse playing. Give me a break. Teachers please watch the students AT ALL TIMES. Don't give them a chance to bully anyone. This is a learning process for them. Teach these kids what's appropriate by watching them ALL THE TIMES.
Randolph has become very confusing with no leadership. The Principal is nonexistent and appears to possess no experience in her role as Principal. She doesn't engage the parents or students enough; only through her weekly reminders. Most times she appear to avoid parents and seems very unapproachable. She is very disconnected with parents and the school. It all starts with her and her staff along with some teachers are following her lead. Her staff is very unresponsive when your reach out to them about anything. It's unprofessional. Also, the test scores declined since she became Principal and to tell the parents at a PTA meeting to look at these scores and watch your student's score is another way of being in denial about how her leadership and the teachers are performing. They are not cutting it.
Some are and some are not. I truly feel that many teachers at Randolph just want to get through the day instead of being concerned and passionate about their student's progression and mastery of the material.