Please click the link below for Randolph Central daily schedule information for the 2021-2022 school year. We want to provide this information early so families can plan. The ISHD has indicated they will provide more flexibility to schools in their response to the pandemic for the next school year. More information coming soon. https://5il.co/u0na
3 days ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
We had a fantastic last day of school at Deerfield. Parents, please know we did send final report cards home with students today. We also sent preliminary ILEARN reports and information about a rescore process in those envelopes with students in grades 3-5. If your child was not at school today or left early, we have those items in the office for your child. You can give us a call if you want to pick them up, or we can put them in the mail. Have a great summer!
22 days ago, Laura Kile
It's Deerfield Food Pantry day! Our free Deerfield pantry will run today starting after dismissal at 2: 30 and continuing until 4:00 or when the food runs out. Just drive up to the main entrance to load up on some free groceries. Our pantry is open to any families with students enrolled at Deerfield.
23 days ago, Laura Kile
WINCHESTER LADY FALCON VOLLEYBALL CAMP June 14th, 15th, and 16th Incoming 1st - 5th Grade: 9:00 - 10:30 am Incoming 6th - 8th Grade: 10:30 - 12:00 noon Middle School Gymnasium The Lady Falcon Volleyball Camp is designed for any girl that would like to learn to play volleyball or would like to continue to improve her skills. We emphasize individual skill development but will also organize teams for various competitions. I am confident that our campers will not only improve their volleyball skills and knowledge, but they will also have a lot of FUN! We look forward to having a great camp; one in which your daughter will want to come back year after year. Coach Matt Curts - Varsity Volleyball Coach LINK TO REGISTER:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dr5u5DmyqJvGyPQUsbnCuTDItK_wNevyBvVGqowqPmA/edit?usp=sharing
24 days ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Reminder: All incoming 6th graders interested in signing up for band, should plan to attend the band sign up night tonight, May 19th from 5-8pm. This is an open house style meeting to decide what instrument they will play for the upcoming year. Parents will have the opportunity meet the directors and speak with a representative from Paige's Music about instrument rentals.
29 days ago, Laura Kile
Take a look at the flyer pictured below for information about the Girl Scout Kindergarten Buddies program. This is the last week of registration for the upcoming summer program.
about 1 month ago, Laura Kile
Girl Scout Kindergarten Buddies Program
Ridgeville Little League will be having a Fundamentals Day on Saturday, May 1st, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This event is FREE and open to the public. Fundamentals practice will include hitting, pitching, and fielding. Immediately following the fundamentals clinic, there will be a Fun Day including games, prizes, and a bounce house. This event is also open to the public. A cornhole tournament will start at 3:00 p.m. There is a $20 entrance fee for each team. Hot dogs, chips, and pop will be available for $3.00. Registration for baseball will also be available during this time.
about 2 months ago, Laura Kile
A Reminder for Deerfield Families... Our April drive-up grocery give away is happening after school today! Just pull up to the main entrance to load up with some free groceries from our Second Harvest Food Pantry. We'll be here until 4:30 or until the food runs out.
about 2 months ago, Laura Kile
Deerfield Families, We plan to have some fun this coming week celebrating Early College Week with all the other Randolph Central Schools. It's never too early to start talking about how school helps students be prepared for college and future careers! We will have dress up days on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Monday: "Dress for Success" (Dress for success in school or your future career.) Wednesday: "Future So Bright...Gotta Wear Shades" (Wear sunglasses...take off during testing.) Friday: "College Spirit Day" (Wear your favorite college shirt and/or hat.)
about 2 months ago, Laura Kile
GRIC Preschool at Randolph Central will be doing screenings for the 2021-2022 school year. Share with anyone you think would be interested! You will be contacted to schedule a screen time. (Additional screenings will be scheduled as needed.) Questions? Call 765-584-7602, ext. 3 Baker Preschool Screenings - May 4 and May 6 Deerfield Preschool Screening - May 5 https://forms.gle/53ETqJsNGXfaBPZg9
about 2 months ago, Laura Kile
Good Afternoon! This is a reminder for parents of Deerfield students in grades 3-5. Our students begin ILEARN testing tomorrow at Deerfield. They are well prepared. You can help by encouraging them to give their best effort. Also, all students need to get plenty of sleep and bring CHARGED Chromebooks to school each day. Thank you for your help!
about 2 months ago, Laura Kile
Good Evening! The Ridgeville Little League is having baseball sign-ups at the Ridgeville Lions Club on the following dates: April 10th from 10:00 - 1:00, April 11th from 1:00 - 4:00, April 24th from 10:00 - 1:00, and April 25th from 1:00 - 4:00. Thank you!
2 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Our Book Fair is now open!! This is a great way to purchase some books and support our school (25% back in rewards). From now to April 18 you can shop using the link below. This is Deerfield Elementary's very own online store! https://rb.gy/mgcra7
2 months ago, Laura Kile
Scholastic Book Fair at DES
As many of you are aware, Governor Holcomb announced Indiana's mask mandate will end April 6. I want to make everyone aware that according to Governor Holcomb’s declaration, face coverings will remain mandatory in all state buildings, all vaccination and COVID-19 testing sites, and in K-12 schools. In other words students, staff, and individuals attending school functions will still be required to wear a mask in schools after April 6. With today’s shift in Randolph County to Yellow Status it is important to do all we can to slow the spread so that our end of the school year events are as close to traditional as we can make them. Rolland Abraham RCSC Superintendent
3 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Deerfield Elementary School invites you to shop our Online Book Fair and support our school! The Fair runs from April 5 - 18. All purchases will benefit our school directly (25% back in rewards!). Don’t miss these two weeks of events, fun, and books! Deerfield Elementary’s own online store: https://rb.gy/mgcra7
3 months ago, Laura Kile
Scholastic Book Fair
Spring pictures are right around the corner! Pictures will take place at Deerfield Elementary School on Wednesday, March 31st. Students should bring home an order form today.
3 months ago, Laura Kile
Spring Pictures Ad
During the 2020 Christmas season when Ardagh employees of Local 14, Local 65, & Local 106T are paid to stay home with their families. Many of them volunteered to work to keep production of this essential company going during a global pandemic. The employees on the Ardagh team worked a total of 2,079 shifts which is 16,632 hours they could have been home relaxing with their families. That is more than double the number of shifts of any other Ardagh Group plant in North America. Because the Ardagh employees in this area stepped up, Ardagh was able to make a donation of $25,987.50 to buy supplies, shoes, coats, clothing, and food for students in need at Randolph Central Schools. Mr. Abraham is pictured receiving the donation on behalf of The Board of School Trustees and all our students. Thank you Ardagh and Local 14, Local 65, & Local 106T! Pictured from left to right: Tashena Lindsey, Local 14 Union President Brandy Porter, Human Resources Manager Rolland Abraham, Superintendent Aaron Wine, Plant Manager Levi Fuller, Local 14 Financial Secretary
3 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Ardagh Donation
During the 2020 Christmas season when Ardagh employees of Local 14, Local 65, & Local 106T are paid to stay home with their families. Many of them volunteered to work to keep production of this essential company going during a global pandemic. The employees on the Ardagh team worked a total of 2,079 shifts which is 16,632 hours they could have been home relaxing with their families. That is more than double the number of shifts of any other Ardagh Group plant in North America. Because the Ardagh employees in this area stepped up, Ardagh was able to make a donation of $25,987.50 to buy supplies, shoes, coats, clothing, and food for students in need at Randolph Central Schools. Mr. Abraham is pictured receiving the donation on behalf of The Board of School Trustees and all our students. Thank you Ardagh and Local 14, Local 65, & Local 106T! Pictured from left to right: Tashena Lindsey, Local 14 Union President Brandy Porter, Human Resources Manager Rolland Abraham, Superintendent Aaron Wine, Plant Manager Levi Fuller, Local 14 Financial Secretary
3 months ago, Laura Kile
Donation
Good morning. Due to today’s power outage and delay, we will not complete the IREAD-3 testing scheduled to take place today, March 9, 2021. We will revise our plans and begin testing tomorrow instead of today.
3 months ago, Laura Kile
Our February drive-up food pantry will begin at Deerfield immediately following dismissal. Families of our students can just drive in and park along the curb in front of the main entrance to pick up some free groceries. We'll be here until 4:30 or until the food runs out.
4 months ago, Laura Kile