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
6 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
7 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.
7 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
7 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
7 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.
7 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.
7 months ago, Laura Kile
Randolph Central Schools will be on a 2-hour delay tomorrow morning, Friday, February 19, 2021.
7 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
The 2nd Annual "Touch the Truck" event is scheduled to take place on April 10th. Take a look at the photo posted below for more details!
7 months ago, Laura Kile
Touch the Truck
Check out this information about Girl Scout opportunities for kindergarten and preschool students!
7 months ago, Laura Kile
Girl Scouts PK-K
Randolph Central Schools will close tomorrow, Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Students will be eLearning and lessons will be posted by 9:00 AM.
7 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Good evening! This is Rolland Abraham calling to let you know that Randolph Central Schools will close tomorrow, Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Students will be eLearning and lessons will be posted by 9:00 AM. Thank you.
7 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Randolph Central Schools will close tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Students will be eLearning and lessons will be posted by 9:00 AM.
7 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Reminder: Friday is a planned eLearning Day & Monday there is no school for President's Day. Click the link below for Randolph Central COVID-19 data for Thursday, February 11, 2021. https://5il.co/pk8m
8 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Randolph Central Schools will close tomorrow, Thursday, February 11, 2021. Students will be eLearning and lessons will be posted by 9:00 AM. Remember that Friday is also a planned eLearning day. Staff will be in professional development.
8 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
Please click the link below for New Quarantine Guidance from Randolph Central School Corporation based on the new quarantine options from the CDC, Indiana State Health Department, and the Randolph County Health Department. It has been good to see all of the WCHS and DMS students back in those buildings, on the same day, this week. Thank you for your understanding in these difficult times and for your efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. https://5il.co/pijb
8 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
The Chromebook exchange scheduled for today has been moved to Wednesday, February 10th, at Deerfield. On Wednesday, Deerfield students will be issued brand-new Chromebooks to replace their previously assigned devices. It is imperative that students bring their assigned Chromebook, case, and charger (if you choose) to school on Wednesday, February 10th. Each student will exchange his/her current Chromebook and case for a new Chromebook and case. Students can also exchange the old charger for a new one. Your child will only receive a new charger with the return of the old charger on Friday. Find more information about care of new Chromebooks, Chromebook insurance, and purchase of replacement chargers on our school website: https://des.rc.k12.in.us/
8 months ago, Laura Kile
Chromebook Trade-In Rescheduled
Randolph Central Schools will close today, Friday, February 5, 2021. Students will be eLearning and lessons will be posted by 9:00 AM. Thank you.
8 months ago, Randolph Central School Corporation
On Friday, February 5th, Deerfield students will be issued brand-new Chromebooks to replace their previously assigned devices. It is imperative that students bring their assigned Chromebook, case, and charger (if you choose) to school on Friday. Each student will return his or her current Chromebook and protective case and be given a new Chromebook and case. Each student can also exchange his or her charger for a new one or keep the existing one. Your child will only receive a new charger if they return the old charger on Friday. CARE OF NEW DEVICES Throughout the Chromebook replacement process with HP, we have been assured that the new Chromebooks are of a much higher quality than the previous models. It is so important that your child takes care of his or her assigned device. As students receive new Chromebooks, we want to remind you of some of our expectations: • Food and beverage should not come in contact with Chromebooks. • Chromebooks should never be thrown, dropped, kicked, or handled in an abusive manner. • Chromebooks should remain free of stickers, drawings, and other types of vandalism. • Chromebooks should stay in their protective cases at all times. • The Chromebook should be in the closed position when transported. Students should make sure that the device is free of foreign objects before closing the Chromebook. • Students will be held responsible for maintaining his or her individual Chromebook and keeping it in working order. CHROMEBOOK INSURANCE As a reminder, school offered insurance is available for $15 and covers your child’s device in the event it is lost, stolen, or accidentally damaged. If accidental damage occurs, and you have school offered insurance, there is no additional cost to have the device repaired on the first occurrence. If the device is accidentally damaged and you have no school offered insurance, you will be responsible for the cost of the damage to the Chromebook. If you already purchased school offered insurance at any point during the 2020-2021 school year, you do not need to purchase it again. School offered insurance does not cover lost or damaged chargers. If your child has lost his or her charger, new chargers are available for purchase ($20.00) in the school office. With the rollout of new devices, now may be a good time to purchase insurance if you have not already done so. Please contact the Deerfield office at 765-595-0144, option 3, if you have interest in doing so. This purchased insurance would cover the device for the remainder of the school year.
8 months ago, Laura Kile
Chromebook Trade-In
Deerfield Elementary School Valentine's Day Parties will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2021. In order to host our parties while operating within the guidance issued by the Indiana State Department of Health, we are asking that all snacks, Valentine Cards, and other items for parties be at Deerfield by Monday, February 8th. Classroom parties are closed to outside visitors. Any snacks should be store-bought and individually wrapped. Nutrition labels should also be included to assist us with caring for students with specific medical needs. We appreciate your help and understanding.
8 months ago, Laura Kile