Please join us in congratulating Mrs. Louann Haviza, our 2018-2019 Deerfield Elementary School Teacher of the Year. It is true that Mrs. Haviza was a special teacher, one...
Public Notice Randolph Central School Corporation is shifting morning bus routes. The shift in morning bus routes is being done to create time for extended professional...
Thank you for being a part of the Deerfield Elementary School family! We are proud of our students, their families, and our staff. Together, we make this a great place for...
Due to a widespread service outage, our phones and internet are still not working today. Thank you for your patience as we wait for services to be restored.
Deerfield will celebrate Homecoming week in support of our WCHS Falcons. Dress up days are listed below. Let’s have some fun with our friends and family at WCHS.
Monday, September 9
“Party in the USA” - Wear red, white, and blue
Tuesday, September 10
“Physical” - Wear your exercise or sports clothes
Wednesday, September 11
“Welcome to the Jungle” - Wear your camouflage
Thursday, September 12
“RC PRIDE/Deerfield PRIDE” - Wear your new PRIDE t-shirt (Students will get these shirts at school on Thursday.)
Friday, September 13 - “Back in Black”
Wear black and gold to support our Falcons
Congratulations to this week's RC PRIDE Students of the Week at Deerfield! Pictured left to right...
3rd Grade: Ellie Horner shows initiative. She always starts working without being asked and she does what needs to be done.
1st Grade: Faith Webster has been showing persistence NWEA and classroom testing. Even when things get hard, she keeps trying and doing her best.
2nd Grade: Aaron Miller shows persistence. He always works hard and never gives up.
4th Grade: Jayden Huffman showed persistence in math this week. He had a good attitude about trying story problems, even when they take more than one step. When he makes a mistake, he tries again.
Kindergarten: Makenna Moreland shows initiative every day when she does what needs to be done.
5th Grade: Alli Ward showed persistence this week when she took NWEA. She showed great growth!
Please join us in congratulating our first group of PRIDE Students of the Week! You can look forward to a spotlight on one student from each grade level each Friday. We're proud of this week's group!
Pictured left to right:
Emerson Unger (5th Grade) has shown persistence in his classwork.
Bethany Erwin (2nd Grade) has shown initiative by helping her classmates.
Brinley Steed (1st Grade) has shown initiative by always coming into class and doing what needs to be done without being told.
Hana Kisgen (Kindergarten) has shown respectfulness by being kind to every student in the classroom.
Bentley White (3rd Grade) has shown initiative by helping his classmates when he sees they need help.
Hayden Staver (4th Grade) has shown respectfulness by raising his hand to answer and not talking out during class while the teacher is talking.
Randolph Central Schools will be on a two-hour delay today, August 14, 2019.