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Student holds a baby goat during a trip to Howling Wolf Farm
Ms. Johnson and Ms. Gale's classes visits local farm

Ms. Johnson and Ms. Gale's classes visits Howling Wolf Farm in Randolph.  This farm trip is a chance for the two classrooms to celebrate together on all that they have worked on as buddy classrooms throughout the year.

Student from Ms. Meberg's Class shares their Passion Project
Student from Ms. Meberg's Class shares their Passion Project

Ms. Meberg's class have been working for several months on their passion projects. They chose a topic, asked questions, researched, gathered information and created a presentation.

Hand fans and clay flower incent holders on display
Art from Asia Night on Display

Our 3rd and 4th graders have been exploring Asia, each class focusing on a specific country. Here is a display of hand fans and clay flower incent holders students created based off what they have learned.

Ms. Gale reads to her class in the Outdoor Classroom
Ms. Gale reads to her class in the Outdoor Classroom

Ms. Gale reads to her class in the Outdoor Classroom

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In a safe and fun environment, the Randolph Learning Community works together to take ownership of our academics, actions, and emotions, based on clear goals and engaging, research-based educational experiences.

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News from around the Elementary Schools

Here is some of what is happening at the Elementary Schools throughout the district:

At Braintree Elementary, students enjoy a place-based learning environment that encourages an appreciation of the natural world and its inhabitants. This mission is supported by several partnerships and opportunities.

Randolph Elementary Asia Night

What an amazing night at RES for our students and families! Our 3rd and 4th graders have been exploring Asia, each class focusing on a specific country. This evening featured artwork, food and cultures from these various Asian countries. The students also presented a dance from Japan. The evening finished up with our students parading out with a Chinese Dragon! Enjoy the pictures and videos below.

Two Brookfield students receiving award

The Ravenous Ravens, a team of 4 students from Brookfield (2 pictured here), received an award from VTC Bridge Building Contest. Out of 30+ schools, this team was recognized as having the best presentation and best team spirit. Way to go Brookfield!